Whole Wheat Pancakes
Why I Love This Recipe
My sister-in-law made these pancakes for me many years ago. It was the first time I'd had whole wheat pancakes. They are much heavier than pancakes you may be used to, but I love the texture and the nutty whole wheat flavor. They are especially good with fresh fruit, or peaches that we've put up in the freezer.
Submitted by: "Linda Ayers"
Ingredients You'll Need
2 ½ c. whole wheat flour (if you prefer, mix equal amounts of regular and whole wheat flour.)
½ c. sugar
2 T. baking pwd.
1 t. salt
4 eggs, well beaten
2 c. milk
2/3 c. oil
Mix dry ingredients. Then add the eggs, milk and oil.
Stir only until combined (don’t beat too long or pancakes will be tough).
My sister-in-law's recipe read as follows, and I think they are directions worth repeating:
Go back to bed.
Note: Fry until bubbles appear on top, then flip.