Almond Pancake Mix

These mile-high almond pancakes are perfect for gift-giving or sharing with friends and family. This from-scratch almond pancake convenience mix can be made ahead of time up to 4 months in advance and stored in the pantry until needed.

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You’ll Need:
1 c. whole wheat flour
3 c. all purpose flour
1 c. finely ground almonds
4 c. milk, nonfat, dry
1/2 c. sugar
1 Tbsp salt
3/4 c. baking powder

In a large bowl, stir all ingredients together until well blended. Store in a resealable plastic bag.

Yield: about 10 cups pancake mix, enough for 4 batches of pancakes.

To make pancakes:

In a medium bowl, combine 2 1/2 cups pancake mix, 1 1/4 cups water, 1 egg, and 2 tablespoons vegetable oil.

Stir just until moistened.

Heat a greased griddle over medium heat. For each pancake, pour about 1/4 cup batter onto griddle and cook until top of pancake is full of bubbles and underside is golden brown.

Turn with a spatula and cook until remaining side is golden brown. Re-grease griddle as necessary.

Yield: about 1 dozen 5-inch pancakes

Recipe adapted from: The Creative Christmas Kitchen

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8 Comments

  1. i have been looking around this site, looking for just a basic pancake mix recipe. i cant seem to find one. can anyone help me?

    • I have been looking around this site, looking for just a basic pancake mix recipe. I cant seem to find one. Can anyone help me?

      Try #5 or #25 here:

      Budget101.com – – Breakfast Mixes Recipes | Make Your Own Mixes | Mix Recipes

      • the correct ingredient is 3/4 cup Baking powder

        i have stumbled upon these recipes years after everyone else it seems…

        3/4 cup baking powder is not correct either. It is not the ingredient that I think is wrong but the amount. Neither baking soda or baking powder should need that much in any small recipe, I’m thinking closer to 2 tsp.

        or something like that.

        Thanks.

        • 3/4 cup baking powder is not correct either. It is not the ingredient that I think is wrong but the amount. Neither baking soda or baking powder should need that much in any small recipe, I’m thinking closer to 2 tsp. or something like that. Thanks.

          The amount of baking powder in the recipe is indeed correct, that is a big reason why the pancakes rise so high.

  2. Haha seems soooo wrong! Please, if anyone tries this, please post how they turned out. Never ever seen a recipe like it!

    :didimiss:

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