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Baking Batter : Pancake Batter


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batter is baked all the time


Brownies , Cake , the list is long .


what about 


Pancake batter ?


in the Pancake thread  , 


I( began a re-interest 


in pancakes , w dry , commercial ingredients 


which you add to , and then  : pancakes


but , can you bake the batter 


in some some way ?


Betty C had some fine cakes and brownies mixes 


in the past , if not now


I caked them


Id like to bake some pancake mixes 


as I have two to work with 


and enjoy soon !


found this :




ideas ?


thank you

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Dutch babies are another baked pancake, but I don’t think you can make them with a pancake mix. 
I have never tried any of this, but here are many suggestions for using pancake mix for things, other than pancakes. 


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Recently I wanted pancakes but didn't want to have to stand at the stove making them. I mixed up the batter, spread it out on a lightly oiled baking sheet. sprinkled with blueberries and baked. I cut it into squares and served with butter and syrup, as usual. Just square pancakes!

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There's this recipe, in the Washington Post

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I’ve been making sourdough pancakes lately. They work equally well baked in a skillet or on a griddle. 

for the skillet version I preheat the skillet in the oven, add butter and apple or pear slices in a layer on the bottom, and slide it into the oven. Flip it onto a plate. I think any typical pancake batter would work. 

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Im keenly interested 


esp the apple slices and indeed pears :


I guessing you have your batter , ready


''  I preheat the skillet in the oven, add butter and apple or pear slices in a layer on the bottom, and slide it into the oven.  ''


do you slightly or a bit more,   look the apple and pear first , on the bottom ?


then add your batter ?



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