Pancake & Waffle Base Mix

Source:  Nonni, about 2000

Pancake & Waffle Base Mix

My mom adapted this recipe, and it has been a wonderful pancake/waffle experience since. Probably around the year 2000, I broke my dependency to Bisquick. Before this, I thought the only way I could make pancakes or waffles was with Bisquick. It was then that I realized, “I can make this myself”. But, I was always missing something, and my pancakes and waffles were quickly named “rubber duckies.” When my mom found this recipe and passed it along to me, I made it in big batches and stored it in a large plastic zip lock bag. All I can say is,  it was better than Bisquick (maybe because I knew exactly what I put into it)! This recipe makes super pancakes and waffles. In fact, I think this final product would give Bisquick a run for its money. Compare the ingredients on the back of the bisquick box and see below, this recipe has 4 ingredients and will not spoil! It also makes a super gift to give pre-mixed bags to friends and family during the holidays. Any way you choose to use it, you will be thrilled with the results. All the best!

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Cuisine American
Prep Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes
Servings 5 people

Ingredients

Base mix

  • 10 cups flour white
  • 1/4 cup baking powder
  • 2 tbs baking soda
  • 1 tbs salt

Pancake mix

  • 2 cups Base mix
  • 2 cups milk whole
  • 2 eggs
  • 1/4 cup powder sugar

Waffle mix

  • 2 cups Base mix
  • 2 cups milk
  • 2 eggs
  • 1/4 cup sunflower oil light in color

Instructions

Base mix:

  1. Mix all ingredients together in a zip lock bag or storage container stir it up or shake it up.
  2. Or, you can do the same in a plastic or glass storage container.

Pancake mix:

  1. Beat ingredients together and begin to make your pancakes or waffles. This recipe yields approx. 25-medium size pancakes.

Waffle mix:

  1. Oil is necessary in this recipe to help prevent the batter from sticking on the waffle machine. This recipe yields approximately 15 Belgian style waffles.
  2. in the waffle iron
  3. some serving ideas: with whip cream, warmed fruit, maple syrup, butter, powder sugar
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