I have just one box of Aunt Jemima pancake mix left. It’s time to say goodbye.
And some Kodiak .. whatever. I might just buy more of that if it tastes good, but the frozen kind (which I did try once, on sale) were kind of crumbly and wet, even piping hot. They tasted great, but the texture was certainly strange.
I want to start making my own mix. For a few reasons, I guess:
- to get the ingredients healthier (/ avoid crap)
- to adjust flavor to my preference (I like a lot of cinnamon, sometimes, or banana, and I should try malted milk powder)
- to add more protein, via more eggs or whey &c
So, I gather recipes, and I want to find the common ground first. I want to start with the simplest recipes:
|ingredient||King A||Gold M||Martha S|
|a/p flour||227 g||227 g||227 g|
|milk||227 g||397 g||227 g|
|butter||70 g||56 g||56 g|
|sugar||25 g||12 g||25 g|
|b. powder||4 t||1 t|
|salt||¼ t||¼ t|
Ideally, I could prepare the dry mix ahead of time, and store it in the freezer / fridge, with a standard serving scoop to dish it out with.
You basically beat eggs, add milk, add dry ingredients, then pour.