Speed up production at your organization's next pancake breakfast by using a meat baster to "squeeze" the pancake batter onto the hot griddle. You'll get perfectly shaped pancakes every time! —Luann Robison, Alta, Iowa
Annabell Seidl of Ruth, Michigan says her church has used this recipe for its pancake and sausage breakfast with great success. "We also serve homemade sweet rolls, scrambled eggs, fruit, coffee and milk," she informs.
Blending sour cream and cottage cheese-ingredients traditionally associated with blintzes-into the batter of these pancakes provides them with their old-fashioned flavor. Top the family favorites with berry syrup to turn an ordinary morning into an extraordinary day.
"I clipped this recipe from our local paper a few years ago," recalls Maxine Smith from Owanka, South Dakota. "It's a tasty lunch treat for hearty appetites. Plan on doubling the recipe for hungry grandkids," she adds.