Anyway, once the pan is hot, grease the surface with cooking spray or butter and pour ¼ cup of the pancake batter for each pancake onto the surface. All you have to do is mix the ingredients to make the pancake batter, then the rest is cook them into perfectly fluffy pancakes. Honestly, of all the pancake recipes on the blog, this is easily one of my family's favorites. Before serving, if you want to keep the pancakes warm while you cook the rest, place them on a baking sheet and keep them in the oven at 185°F.
For example, this recipe uses water instead of milk, but technically it's not a totally dairy-free pancake recipe. And of course, if you're going to cook one pancake at a time, you'll want to repeat this process until you've made the pancakes with all the pancake batter. Make sure to mix until there are no lumps, you don't want to overmix the pancake batter. Then, with a pancake spatula, gently lift the pancake and check if it is browned on the bottom.
Seriously, this recipe makes the most incredibly soft and fluffy pancakes with the perfect amount of sweetness and butter flavor. Oh, and if you want to make pancakes without baking powder, check out this recipe for pancakes without baking powder.