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Easy Pancake and Waffle Mix

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Easy Pancake and Waffle Mix
A great gift and a delicious breakfast)

8 Cups whole wheat pastry flour, Spelt or Kamut flour*
4 tsp. salt
7 TB Baking powder
1/2 Cup fructose
2 2/3 Cup dry milk powder

Combine the dry ingredients in a large mixing bowl and stir well to distribute the ingredients evenly. Store in a Zip-loc freezer bag or other freezer cannister. Be sure to label contents and include recipe for making up a batch of pancakes.

Pancakes or Waffles

1/3 Cup oil
3 Cups Pancake Mix
2 eggs
1 2/3 Cup water

Put all the ingrdients into a blender or large mixing bowl. Blend or stir until well mixed. Batter should be more thin than thick, adjust liquids if necessary so batter will be pourable.
Heat griddle to medium hot. Make pancake size as desired. When the top of the pancake is bubbly, flip to other side. Serve with syrup, honey, apple butter, fruit syrup, fresh fruit or other topping of choice.

For Gifts:
Package the mix in decorative jars or bags. Be sure to include the recipes.

* Do not substitute hard wheat for pastry flour, your pancakes will be heavy and dense. Be sure to "pack" pastry flour into a measuring cup if it is freshly milled to get accurate measurements.

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