How To Make Cornbread Pancakes Using My Cornbread Baking Mix
A Delicious Weekend Breakfast or Brunch
On weekends, I like to make something different for breakfast. Many times I make pumpkin pancakes, but a few weeks ago I eyed a recipe for cornbread pancakes, and decided to try my own version. Instead of making it from scratch, I used a cornbread baking mix that I whip up in advance, and it only took a few minutes to get this ready to cook on the griddle.
The Cornbread Baking Mix is the Last Baking Mix in This Article:
- How to Make Your Own Baking Mix
Similar to Bisquick or Jiffy brand, these versatile mixes can be used to make biscuits, pancakes, waffles, corn muffins, and cookies. Using only dry ingredients, they can be stored for quite a while
- 1 1/2 cups cornbread baking mix
- 1 1/2 cups low or non-fat yogurt
- 2 eggs
- 1/4 cup canola oil
- Add the baking mix into a large mixing bowl
- Mix in the wet ingredients
- Add oil to the pan or griddle, if necessary (if it has a nonstick coating, you may skip this step)
- Turn the stove to low/medium, or the electric griddle to about 325 degrees
- Using a ladle or large spoon, add a scoop of the pancake batter to the pan or griddle
- Cook for about 3 minutes, or until you see bubbles in the pancakes
- Flip them over, and cook until brown on the bottom, another 2 minutes or so
- Transfer to a plate, or else put in a 250 degree oven to keep it warm until you are ready to serve
Pumpkin Butter Tastes Spectacular On TheseClick thumbnail to view full-size
I intend on creating an article for Pumpkin Butter very soon, including the many uses I got out of one jar of this sweet spread, so stay tuned!
Pancake and Waffle Recipes
- Fluffy Pumpkin Pancakes
If you like pancakes, try my recipe. I have tried many, and this one results in fluffy pancakes with the sweet, balanced taste of pumpkin, cinnamon, allspice and ginger.
- Pancake, Waffle and Biscuit Recipes Using Baking Mix
Here are recipes for waffles, pancakes and biscuits, using my Baking Mix #1
There are so many ways to top pancakes, and I like to be creative with it.
- Pumpkin or apple butters
- Maple syrup
- Brown sugar
- Cinnamon and sugar
- Peanut (or other nut) butter
- Jelly or jam spread
- Fruit syrup
What do you like to top your pancakes with?
Have you ever had or made cornbread pancakes?
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