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oven-baked pancakes? user banned
2nd Jan '13

I usually use pancake batter, like, from the box.
I only ever add water to it. Not eggs, not milk. Just water. And they're yummy.



I wanted to try to make oven-baked pancakes, like in a cake pan, and then cut them. To save time and because then I figure I won't make a huge ass mess.



My question, will they not like, fluff up in the oven since there will only be water? And melted butter, actually. I plan on adding that to keep them from sticking to the pan.



TIA.



Also if anyone has a good recipe for these, let me know!

[JadeLee] 1 child; Minnesota 12190 posts
2nd Jan '13

I guess I would just grease like a pie pan and throw some in to see how it works, not like it is spendy if it doesn't work..



SO makes pancakes from a box and uses milk and adds an extra egg, they are extra fluffy and yum-o-licious that way.

snglemama 4 kids; Georgia 11978 posts
2nd Jan '13

I've never heard of oven baked pancakes! that's brilliant if they work. I have 4 kids... can't keep up when making pancakes

homes cool TTC since May 2014; 2 kids; 2 angel babies; Indiana 60979 posts
2nd Jan '13

I have a recipe for this! :D



Super easy breakfast recipe - HootenannyPreheat oven to 425 degrees.
Melt 1/2 stick of butter in 9 x13 glass pan while doing the next part:
Mix together: 6 eggs, 1 cup milk, 1/4 tsp. salt
Once that's frothy, add in 1 cup flour, mix until blended
Pour batter in pan with melted butter. Don't mix - you're done.
Cook for 20 - 30 minutes. It will puff up and look dramatic.
When done, cut in pieces, serve with syrup or jelly.

user banned 2 kids; Bat Cave, North Carolina 64587 posts
2nd Jan '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting the grace life:</b>" I have a recipe for this! :D Super easy breakfast recipe - HootenannyPreheat oven to 425 degrees. ... [snip!] ... you're done. Cook for 20 - 30 minutes. It will puff up and look dramatic. When done, cut in pieces, serve with syrup or jelly."</blockquote>



those are the ones I found when I looked it up! Like, giant?
I didn't do that because we have..... 0 eggs :lol:



BUT for those who are curious, it worked fine on a greased baking sheet, just using the pancake batter on a greased cookie sheet! I did 375 degrees, should've done like 425, maybe. Or 400. And kept checking. they were a bit pale on top but the kids and I liked them!

user banned 2 kids; Bat Cave, North Carolina 64587 posts
2nd Jan '13

Also, Dee, please adopt me.
Because you do fun stuff :oops:

homes cool TTC since May 2014; 2 kids; 2 angel babies; Indiana 60979 posts
2nd Jan '13
Quoting Mayhem.:" Also, Dee, please adopt me. Because you do fun stuff :oops:"


:lol: My kids work before they play, you wouldn't like me before lunch time....promise! :wink:

Shelleigh 2 kids; Kansas 11 posts
2nd Jan '13

http://healthymealpins.com/2012/12/22/how-to-pancake-bites-pancake-bites-use-your-favorite-mix-pour-into-muffin-tins-add-fruit-nuts-chocolate-chips-sausage-bacon-bake-350-for-12-14-min-these-were-amazing-nice-and-easy-in/

I made these today, with the mix from the box with just water added. And my kids didn't like them :(. Maybe if you used a homemade pancake recipe they would be better. Hope that helps!