pancakes are super good. they’re tasty and exciting and you can put anything you want on them. i’m dog-sitting this weekend – the house i’m staying at has two beautiful rhodesian ridgebacks and really nice blue and white crockery. we’ve only been here one night and we’ve already filled the the dishwasher testing out all the super fucking nice plates and mugs. this morning I made pancakes to celebrate the crockery.
about 1 cup flour
1 1/2 tablespoons baking powder
about 1 cup of soy milk
2 tablespoons vegetable oil
~ optional cinnamon|vanilla|cardamon ~
coconut oil or vegetable shortening to cook
measure flour and baking powder into a medium sized bowl. slowly add oil and half the soy milk while stirring. gradually add the rest of the soy milk (you may not need all of it) until the batter is thick enough to hold its’ shape but thin enough to spread easily. heat a fry pan on the stove at a low-medium heat. when oil has melted add a large spoonful of the mixture to the pan and spread evenly. when the mixture begins to bubble and appears to have a film over the top flip the pancake. it should be nice and golden, you may have to adjust the heat accordingly.
~serve with fresh fruit and maple syrup or anything you want. you’re a grown up, you can make your own decisions~