It’s not Mother’s Day the other day for me to enjoy breakfast in bed. Surprisingly, my 8 year old daughter made mini pancakes for me and for the whole family one morning. The mini pancakes that she made are just the same size as of a large strawberry which we bought from the strawberry farm. A cheap buy that gives me a big smile while dipping it with chocolate sauce and enjoying every bite. Yum! Anyway, so my daughter took the recipe from my notebook in the kitchen drawer without me knowing that she’s already cooking in the kitchen. Where was I? Don’t ask hahaha!
I am so proud of her because I haven’t made a pancake this yummy! The texture is what I am aiming to do for years but I am not successful with it. But my daughter’s pancake is perfect!!! I don’t understand why I can’t make this good well in fact she used the same recipe that I was using. How weird? I think Yannah is a better cook than her Mom hahaha!
2 cups flour
4 tbsp sugar
1 – 1 1/2 tbsp baking powder
2 large eggs
1 1/2 cup milk
1. Mix all the dry ingredients together.
2. Put the eggs and milk in the dry ingredients and mix until well combined.
3. Add water if necessary.
4. Put some butter in a heated pan and let it melt.
5. Pour the pancake batter on the pan and cook in a low to medium fire.
6. When bubbles start to appear, you can flip it over to cook the other side.
7. Do the same thing until you finish the whole batter.
8. Serve the pancakes with butter and maple syrup.
Serve and enjoy with family and friends!!!