Pancake party

Yesterday here in the Northeast was one of those picture-postcard Norman Rockwell snowy Sunday mornings. You know, the ones when you’re sleeping in, huddling under the covers, dreaming blissfully … then, yanking the alarm clock out of the wall socket when it goes off at 6 a.m., telling the kids to go watch whatever on TV (anything except Daddy’s “special” DVDs), wondering why your spouse isn’t making coffee for you, hearing the plow guy hit something in your driveway, getting up to see that you no longer have your car’s tail lights intact, and wondering if there’s any way you can move the family to San Diego.

Now that we’re all up, let’s make some pancakes! And leave the Bisquick in the cabinet. These pancakes are almost as easy, and so much better. Guys, you’ll score major points with these.

This recipe serves 4, so double it if you’re having a pancake party.

Sift (or, stir) together flour, baking powder, and salt. In separate bowl, combine egg and milk. Add milk mixture to flour mixture, stirring just until incorporated. Stir in butter. Cook in hot pan with oil or butter until brown on one side, flip and brown other side.

2 cups

2 cups

2 tbsp., melted

2 tbsp., melted

2 1/2 tsp.

2 1/2 tsp.

1 1/2 cups

1 1/2 cups

one

one

1/2 tsp.

1/2 tsp.

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