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Sunday, October 21, 2012

Kodiak Flapjacks



(Modified recipe)
1 1/2 cups Kodiak pancake and waffe mix
1/2 cup Bisquick
1 1/2 cups water
1/2 cup milk
Add 2 teasp melted butter to mixture
Add 2 tesap Tubinado sugar
Add 1 teasp cinnamon
Mix all ingredients together
Cook on hot grill
Sprinkle walnuts and blueberries on top of pancakes while cooking first side
When pancake mix bubbles Flip over and finish cooking
Serve with real maple syrup and real butter

* You can make pancakes any size you want, Saucer size or smaller
I did not have any baking powder so I added Bisquick to the mix to make them thicker and to make them rise. Then I decided they needed some sugar and melted butter like when you make shortcake. I think the cinnamon made them browner just like the ones you get at the Ole Pancake House in Yorba Linda. If your mixture is too runny just add more pancake mix before cooking. This morning's pancakes turned out extra specially delicious. Maybe because I experimented with the recipe on a rainy day.

Serve with ham and eggs or sausage and eggs. Bill had chocolate milk with his. Kodiak pancake mix is one of the best I have used other than whole grain mix found at Mother's Market. These are better than my Swedish pancakes. I need a good recipe for Swedish pancakes. Haven't quite figured that one out yet to our liking.