Monday, May 9, 2011

not bisquick

Growing up my mom made breakfast every morning. It was either, cereal, eggo's, or bisquick pancakes.
My favorite was of course those big, white and fluffy pancakes, topped with that syrup in the shape of the old lady. Huh? Ya, I know.. I also grew up with candy corn and peeps as a staple. You would never guess.
Well, Yesterday being mothers day, I woke up and thought about my mom and "her" pancakes. Big and fluffy was my main goal. Since, I don't even know where to find bisquick at the grocery store... really.. no clue. And my mom is not around to just "add water" to the mix so I made do.

Coconut-quick Pancakes
Inspired by pimpmyproteinshake.blogspot.com


Ingredients.

  • 4 TB coconut flour- I used Bob's Red Mill
  • 6 TB Almond Breeze vanilla unsweetened milk 
  • 1whole  egg
  • 2 egg whites
  • 1/2 tsp of vanilla extract
  • 1/2 tsp baking powder
  • pinch of baking soda
  • pinch of  salt
  • lemon- cut in half and squeeze a little juice in. 
  • 1 TB Agave Nectar
Directions

  1. Heat pan/skillet low/med. heat. 
  2. Mix all ingredients together in bowl. 
  3. Spray Pan/skillet 
  4. Pour mixture
  5. Browns quickly, its okay. its not bisquick-more like brownquick. 
  6. When bubbles flip and cook other side. 
  7. Make a stack
  8. Cover with pure maple syrup.. Couldn't find the old lady syrup either....
  9. Dump some blueberries on top. 
Healthy, Low Calorie, Carb, sugar etc. Not to mention big, white and fluffy.


Mom, I miss you and think of you everyday. I know your watching over and protecting my family. You are our angel.  I wish you were here to talk to, play with and hold your grandbabies and of course make me pancakes. For now, I'll just make do.

8 comments:

  1. ugghhh i just tried to comment and it deleted me!

    anyway.

    i said that i don't know the story behind losing your mom, but i am so sorry she is no longer here. i can't imagine how hard that is.. but i am so glad you have two cute kiddos to love to pieces.

    and i love coconut flour pancakes! such awesome texture.

    that was the gist of it.

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  2. What a great tribute to your Mom :). I think my Mom made us bisquick as well. I prefer the homemade version now too- and coconut is a great add in. And may I also add, I used to be a peeps addict too!

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  3. I have never heard of pancakes that sound so delicious! I am an avid coconut lover...I could eat coconut every day of the week. Thank you for sharing your website and recipes with us. I just added your blog to my favorite sites. :)

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