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Pancakes Margaret

© 2004

Comfort and Indulgence
Pancakes so tasty you'll want them for dinner

This recipe makes 3-4 pancakes

I have made pancakes for quite some time, but in 2004 I came up with an exceptionally tasty recipe for what some might call an indulgence.

Feel free to use the recipe in your own kitchen, but commercial use in restaurants would be prohibited.


1. Mixing bowl or cylinder.
2. 2/3 cup of Buckwheat pancake flour.
3. 1 medium size egg.
4. 3/4 cup of milk.
5. 1 tablespoon vanilla.
6. 1/4 cup of chopped cherries.
7. 1/4 cup of chopped pineapple.
8. 1 tablespoon vegetable oil.
9. 1 serving of vanilla pudding. (Your choice).
10. Soft margarine or butter.


1. Mix 2 tablespoons of vanilla pudding with 3/4 cup milk.
2. Add vanilla and vegetable oil.
3. Add whole egg and mix until smooth.
4. Add cherries and pineapple.

5. In a bowl or cylinder, gradually stir in Buckwheat.
6. Mix this thoroughly until thick and smooth.

7. Pour 3 to 4 pancakes onto the grill.

8. After flipping, place tab of margarine or butter on each.

9. Stack the pancakes on a plate and spread the remainder of the vanilla pudding over the top like frosting. It's a beautiful sight.

IMPORTANT NOTE: The amount of milk you add determines the thickness of the pancake batter. More milk means thinner pancakes, and less milk means thicker pancakes.

OPTIONS: You can add more or less fruit, but that is obviously a personal matter. The 1/4 cup of cherries and pineapple should be adequate, but you can always alter that. You can try different flavors of pudding, but I have found that vanilla is the best with Buckwheat mix.

EXPLANATION OF COOKING: Your grill should be set to about 375 degrees, and it should be hot when you pour the pancake batter. Do not flip the pancakes until the top bubbles and the sides are getting stiff. After you flip the pancakes, they should be hot enough to melt your margarine or butter, but you can cut a very thin line in the top so margarine or butter can melt into the pancake itself after it is spread thinly with a knife.

Additional Recipes: Saint Peter's Meatloaf

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