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Wow, I have A LOT of kitchen gaedgts, but have never seen that before!I normally heat my oven to 250, and as my pancakes are done, they get transfered to an oven safe dish and stay toasty - but I like your idea better!Now if I can just convince the hubby that I need another kitchen gadget! :D
Loving the new blog. Just had to comment (since I was greacd with one of those cookbooks too) although I have not made the Stanwich, the pulled pork rub as listed in the BBQ pulled pork sandwich recipe from that book is amazing. I can no longer eat pulled pork in restaurants because when I make this recipe, it puts other pulled pork to shame. I can't even put sauce on it, it's that good. I actually have one cooking right now for dinner.
I think the person asking the question is trying to make a dry mix.. therefore adding liquid milk would not help.
You can easily make homemade pancake mix without the use of dry milk. In place of dry milk, you can use regular milk for making pancake mix. Given below are the links where you can see the recipes of homemade pancake mix with regular milk:
- can I make homemade pancake mix without dry milk ?
- how do you make homemade pancake mix without dry milk ?
- how can I make homemade pancake mix without dry milk ?