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#1 of 4 Old 11-07-2006, 04:04 AM - Thread Starter
 
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I hope this goes here.

Can I make a large batch of pancake/waffle mix (just the dry ingredients). Then when we actually want to eat waffles take out however much of the dry mix I need add the eggs, milk, oil and go from there? Will there be the right amount of ingredients in each batch I make? We use the premixed stuff : because it is so much easier.

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Yes you can, have you ever heard of the Taste Of Home magazine??? I will go through my mags tonight and find one for you.

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I didn't find one that I liked- and I wasn't sure about it either, so I got a pancake recipe I liked and just put the right amount in a ziplock sandwich bag- so I had all the bags sitting on the counter and put flour in all, then salt, BP, etc. I wrote the amount of milk, eggs, oil on another paper and just kept it inside the cupboard.
It did help, but now my kids eat a double batch and I've memorized the recipe so I don't find it that hard to just mix it up in the morning-- then they flip the pancakes while I do other things.

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Many people do it.


Some also make it wet (or soak the flour... Traditional Foods forum) and keep that in the fridge to scoop out as needed.

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