Refresh Cold Pancakes With a Toaster
Of course, we would all love to have pancakes every day, but people also have jobs to do and making pancakes can be quite time-consuming. So, next time you make yourself a stack, make yourself some extra for a rainy day. Now, don’t get us wrong, We know that pancakes are at their optimal state when they are fresh out of the pan, but this is where our trick comes in. After a night or two that your extra pancakes spent in the fridge, restore them to their former glory by warming them up in the toaster. This tip is perfect for hectic mornings when you have no time to make a proper breakfast.
Yes, pancakes can be incredibly decadent, but that doesn’t mean you can make them healthier. One way of making your pancakes diet-friendly is by baking them instead of frying them. Pour your batter into cupcake molds and show them the way to the oven. Using such a mold also means your preparation time is significantly shorter. We’re not seeing a downside.
The Ultimate Fluff
Pancakes become ten times more mouthwatering when they are fluffy. That’s just common sense. And apparently, fluffing your pancakes up is incredibly simple: just add so seltzer water or baking soda into your batter mix. You can also separate the eggs and whip the whites before pouring it into the rest of the mix. Don’t forget to not over-stir, or the air in the batter will get out of it, leaving you with flat, less-attractive pancakes.