Buttery and fluffy, Time-Saving Oven Pancakes are not only delicious, they’re super easy and quick for busy mornings!
My boys love pancakes. I do too. I’ve had a long love affair with pancakes.
In high school I made them for myself for breakfast
every single day of Summer vacation one year.
The difference in then and now, back then I only had to make enough for me.
Now, I have to make a zillion (well, almost) to fill up these tummies.
If you’ve ever made pancakes, you know making a ‘zillion’ takes a while.
I’ve been working on this recipe. It took me three times to get it perfect.
Third times a charm and I’m ready to share with you.
Oven pancakes is my solution to standing over the hot griddle flipping pancakes.
The other benefit is you get to eat with everyone else while the pancakes are still hot!
And, because it’s ‘hands-off’ they’re convenient enough to make on school mornings!
It only takes a jiffy to mix up the ingredients.
I first tried them in an 8×8 casserole dish—
they were great tasting, but a little too thick.
An 8 x 11.5 inch pan works best.
Time-Saving Oven Pancakes
Buttery and fluffy, Time-Saving Oven Pancakes are not only delicious, they super easy and quick for busy mornings!
- Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Melt 2 T butter in the 8 x 11.5 casserole dish in the oven while the oven is preheating. While butter is melting, whisk together the remaining ingredients: flour, sugar, milk, egg and vanilla until smooth. Pour over melted butter and bake 20 minutes or until center is set. You can insert a toothpick to test for doneness. When stuck in middle of cake and it comes out clean the pancake is done. This pancake will not brown on the top so do not use that as an indication of doneness. Remove from oven and place pats of butter on top if desired. Cut with a sharp knife in large squares and serve with maple syrup.
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