I have a problem.
I love pancakes, but I am terrible at making them. Specifically, I tend to burn or undercook them. I often screw up when I’m flipping them just creating a mess. And sometimes they end up in pieces.
I flipped the pancake too soon and it completely fell apart. Oops.
Or sometimes this happens.
It looks like a pancake omelet.
Truth be told, this morning was one of my more successful attempts at pancakes. Aside from these two, the rest flipped well and were a nice golden brown. Some were a tiny bit undercooked, but not terribly so.
Don’t worry, i only had three. I just put them out for the picture. 🙂
Ingredients: 2 cups Bisquick, 1 cup milk, two eggs, Pam (or butter if you don’t have Pam) to coat the pan
Directions: Mix bisquick, milk and eggs together. Coat frying pan with Pam. Pour out batter in 1/4 cup increments. Flip pancake when it starts to stiffen and you see bubbles forming in the batter.
At least they still taste good, no matter how much I butcher them.