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    • #266489

      2 cup all purpose flour
      5 teaspoons baking powder
      4 tablespoons sugar
      1 teaspoon salt

      Include decorative tag that says:

      Combine contents of jar with:

      2 eggs
      1/2 cup oil
      2 cups milk
      Pour pancake mix in a large bowl. Add eggs, oil, and milk, stir until well combined. Allow to sit in fridge for 5 minutes.
      These pancakes may be frozen, after frying.

      Store each pancake separately in plastic wrap and place in a large freezer safe ziploc bag. Reheat in microwave oven.

      :mrgreen:

    • #404852

      Thanks Lynn….Could these be popped in the toaster?

    • #404876

      Yes, After they have been frozen my kids have popped them in when rushing off to school. 🙂

    • #404886

      Lynn,

      Thanks for posting this recipe! You are right down the road from me–I’m on 20 north of Charlottesville. Happy to find a neighbor on here.

      Paula

    • #405030

      Hey Paula!!

      Nice to meet you!!!

    • #460156

      Awesome! Thanks for sharing. Breakfast is always the hardest for me.

      Nice to know I can keep these in my freezer.

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