Pancake Mix In A Jar
I’m super excited about this morning’s post! Well, I’m always pretty excited, but today (for some reason) I feel extra excited.
Recently I’ve been kind of obsessed with all things Mason jar. I’m not sure just why but the idea of using my Mason jars for loads of other stuff besides canning intrigues me. There are so many DIY gifts you can make using those jars, as well as having mixes on hand to use for yourself and your family.
Today, the mix I’m sharing with you is for Pancake Mix. You simply layer the dry ingredients in Mason jars to give as gifts or to keep on hand for homemade pancakes in a flash. It’s really easy and the pancakes are SO GOOD! We love them!
I prefer to use pint jars and mix the pancakes in a bowl. If you’re giving these as gifts, you can put the mix in a quart-sized jar. That way, the person receiving it can put the wet ingredients right into the jar, shake it up, and pour the pancakes right onto their griddle or frying pan. The jar can also be decorated any way you choose with ribbon, pretty fabric, etc. There are so many possibilities!!!
From time to time I intend to share more Mason jar ideas with you but for now I know you’ll love these delicious pancakes! Enjoy!
Pancake Mix In A Jar
6 Mason Jars (with lids and rings)**
6 Cups All-Purpose Flour
3 Cups Quick-Cook Oatmeal
1/4 Cup + 3 Tbls Baking Powder
1/4 Cup + 2 Tbls Brown Sugar
2 Tbls Salt
Make sure your jars, lids and rings are clean and completely dry.
To each jar, add 1 cup all-purpose flour, 1/2 cup oatmeal, 1 Tbls + 1/2 tsp baking powder, 1 Tbls firmly packed brown sugar, and 1 tsp salt in layers. For a pretty look, you can even out each layer as you go. Put on the lid and secure with the metal ring.
If giving as a gift, type or hand write this onto card stock paper and attach to the jar:
Add 2 Tbls melted butter, 1 1/4 cups milk, and 1 beaten egg. Shake well. Rest batter 5 mins.
Makes approx. 12 1/4-cup pancakes.
Pancake Complete Directions:
In a medium bowl, add one jar of pancake mix, 2 Tbls butter, 1 1/4 cups milk, 1 beaten egg and 1 tsp vanilla. Whisk til smooth. Allow batter to rest 5 minutes.
Spray a griddle or frying pan with non-stick spray and place onto medium high heat. (My griddle has to be on 375°F for pancakes.) When hot, pour batter onto griddle by 1/4-cupfuls, leaving enough room to flip them.
When pancakes have lots of bubbles and the edges are slightly dry, flip them over. Cook for another couple minutes. They’re done when both sides are golden brown and they spring back when lightly touched in the middle with the spatula.
Serve with additional butter and syrup if desired.
**NOTES: For gift giving, you can use a quart size jar to leave room for the wet ingredients to be added later and shaken.
**If this mix will be sitting in the jar a while, I recommend you go ahead and mix the dry ingredients together to keep the brown sugar from clumping.
**If you want pancakes without oatmeal, simply use another 1/2 cup flour in the jar and leave out the oatmeal.
**RECIPE AND PHOTOS BY RENEE’S GOURMETS**
©Renee Norris 2016
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