Cornmeal Pancakes

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This is a better look.

I recently had a craving for cornmeal pancakes but mind you, I don’t recall ever having had them in the first place. LOL So, what did I do? I Googled. I didn’t have any fresh corn as some recipes suggested, but I located a delicious recipe over at The Pioneer Woman! The interesting part of it all is that I recently chatted with my mom about having made these delicious eats and she said that she and my Grandma gave them to me as a little child. I was a pretty sickly kid, so everything with me was trial and error. I’ll go ahead and say that these cornmeal pancakes are definitely kid tested and mother approved!

I must say that these pancakes are much lighter than my normal pancakes. I didn’t feel as heavy afterward, and that is certainly a plus! Make these delicious cornmeal pancakes and let me know what you think!

Cornmeal Pancakes (Adapted from The Pioneer Woman)

1-1/2 cup (scant) All-purpose Flour

1-1/2 cup Heaping Yellow Cornmeal

1/2 teaspoon Salt

3 Tablespoons Baking Powder

6 Tablespoons Sugar

2-1/4 cups Whole Milk (more If Needed)

2 whole Large Eggs

5 teaspoons Vanilla

4 Tablespoons Butter, Melted

All the ingredients waiting to make love :-) The dry ingredients have already been combined and mixed together…

Milk meets bowl!

Egg meets milk!

Add vanilla!

Mix it up!

The wet ingredients are now combined…

Add your dry ingredients…

Mix the dry ingredients into the wet ingredients

Mix it up!

Melted butter has been added and now it’s nice and smooth!

Use an ice cream scooper to measure your pancakes out. And, umm…. I forgot to take a photo of the pancakes in the pan but follow me, anyway lol

I must say that, generally, I suck at making pancakes look pretty. They taste good though… Follow me… lol

This is a better look.

 

Love,

Greer

 

 

 


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