Should I just force myself to make them?
I want pancakes 🥞 but I’m too lazy to make them
|by Anonymous||reply 231||Last Saturday at 8:45 AM|
Head to Dylan Geick’s thread to see a set of pancakes
|by Anonymous||reply 1||05/30/2021|
I often make all the preparations the night before, for a pancake breakfast for this very reason.
|by Anonymous||reply 2||05/30/2021|
I wonder if OP made them or not.
|by Anonymous||reply 3||05/31/2021|
Buy some of the frozen pancakes for those times you're peckish but lack the motivation to cook. I tried the frozen ones some time back and they were surprisingly okay. Not as good as freshly made, but certainly satisfying.
|by Anonymous||reply 4||05/31/2021|
can you recommend a make, R4?
|by Anonymous||reply 5||05/31/2021|
Believe it or not, we don't care.
|by Anonymous||reply 6||05/31/2021|
Fat and lazy but OP will be fatter if she's less lazy. What a dilemma.
|by Anonymous||reply 7||05/31/2021|
[quote]we don't care.
"we' troll - ALERT!
|by Anonymous||reply 8||05/31/2021|
Thin and lazy about breakfast, I buy these pre-made little disks of golden goodness. Loaded up with good Irish butter and the best maple syrup I can find, they are delicious for the rare American breakfast.
|by Anonymous||reply 9||05/31/2021|
Suddenly I'm in the mood for Pancakes Barbara.
|by Anonymous||reply 10||05/31/2021|
I am too, but please don't call me Barbara.
|by Anonymous||reply 11||05/31/2021|
We can help.
|by Anonymous||reply 12||05/31/2021|
Don't they have Bisquick where you live?
|by Anonymous||reply 13||05/31/2021|
No, they're way too much work. They involve the mixing, the pouring, the heating. The FLIPPING! Don't do it to yourself, OP. For the love of God, if you have to have pancakes, order them from GrubHub. No one should ever have to go to the arduous effort of flipping his own pancakes. What are you, a slave?
|by Anonymous||reply 14||05/31/2021|
Head on over to McDonalds
|by Anonymous||reply 15||05/31/2021|
Making 🥞 pancakes is quick and easy.
|by Anonymous||reply 16||05/31/2021|
The one benefit of frozen waffles, immediately available.
|by Anonymous||reply 17||05/31/2021|
Don’t you have a diner you can go to?
|by Anonymous||reply 18||05/31/2021|
You're probably too fat to be eating them, so it's probably best.
|by Anonymous||reply 19||05/31/2021|
Go to a diner, OP. Cooking is not for you.
|by Anonymous||reply 20||05/31/2021|
OP, you're in a bay. By the time this appears, you may well be dead.
|by Anonymous||reply 21||05/31/2021|
thoughts and prayers and maple syrup.
|by Anonymous||reply 22||05/31/2021|
Go to Denny's, IHOP, McDonald's, or any diner as r18, r20 said.
But if one is too lazy to make pancakes, then one may be too lazy to get dressed and head to a diner.
|by Anonymous||reply 23||05/31/2021|
Call a diner that delivers and order pancakes with a side of bacon and eggs. And coffee. Why get off your lazy ass to make coffee when you can have it delivered?
|by Anonymous||reply 24||05/31/2021|
There's a recipe in the NYT for a Dutch Baby. It does require mixing etc but you pour the entire batter into a skillet and put it in the oven for 25 minutes until it's done, so at least you don't have to stand there flipping pancakes.
|by Anonymous||reply 25||05/31/2021|
"Making" cereal or popping a waffle or pop tart into the toaster are the only things I can think of that are easier than making pancakes.
|by Anonymous||reply 26||05/31/2021|
[quote]Head on over to McDonalds
[quote]Call a diner that delivers and order pancakes with a side of bacon and eggs.
Won't it all be congealed by the time they reach OP?
Eggs and pancakes HAVE TO be cooked fresh and by hand. OP KNOWS how to make pancakes, clearly, [bold]but he's LAZY. [/bold]He should still make them from scratch and by hand. Pancakes come out rather well when you're feeling a bit angry and aggressive, I've found.
|by Anonymous||reply 27||05/31/2021|
If you don't know how to make pancakes, then you're either under 10 years old or else you come from a country where no one eats pancakes. There's no other excuse.
|by Anonymous||reply 28||05/31/2021|
This thread is ridiculous and shameful.
|by Anonymous||reply 29||05/31/2021|
[quote]If you don't know how to make pancakes, then you're either under 10 years old or else you come from a country where no one eats pancakes.
He DOES know, he's probably American...he's just lazy.
|by Anonymous||reply 30||05/31/2021|
There’s not just one, but a multitude of restaurants that cater just to this, I recommend Original over IHOP if you have one and the Waffle Houses are probably a doable backup as well.
|by Anonymous||reply 31||05/31/2021|
I like these, sometimes add a scoop of protein powder too. I like strawberries on top the best. I skip added sweeteners. High protein, high fiber and really tasty. Freeze well too, just put wax paper between them.
|by Anonymous||reply 32||05/31/2021|
[quote] I recommend Original over IHOP if you have one and the Waffle Houses are probably a doable backup as well.
Why would he want to find (schlep to) an IHOP? He's probably in his socks and boxer shorts.
|by Anonymous||reply 33||05/31/2021|
I got an omelet from IHOP recently and for the first time ever noticed the menu says "our omelets are made with a splash of our wheat pancake batter!" wtf
|by Anonymous||reply 34||05/31/2021|
Get off your ass, OP and grab the box of Aunt Delilah...
|by Anonymous||reply 35||05/31/2021|
Yep, OP staggering in his sad, hungover stupor to the stove to mix and cook pancakes would be less effort than making himself presentable and going somewhere to get them.
|by Anonymous||reply 36||05/31/2021|
[quote] can you recommend a make, [R4]?
I bought the Eggo frozen buttermilk pancakes.
|by Anonymous||reply 37||05/31/2021|
Making them and making them WELL is a whole different ballpark.
|by Anonymous||reply 38||05/31/2021|
Do you realize that pancakes are all sugar (carbs) and sat fat? How can you people eat such a concoction? One could get diabetes just reading this thread. I'll stick with my egg white/spinach omelet with a slice of Ezekiel dry whole wheat toast. The protein will fuel my workout this afternoon. Today is chest and tri day.
|by Anonymous||reply 39||05/31/2021|
when you finally do get around to making them, make extra and then freeze them so you have them ready for next time. You can just pop them in the toaster to heat them.
|by Anonymous||reply 40||05/31/2021|
[quote]Do you realize that pancakes are all sugar (carbs) and sat fat?
No. A decent homemade batter only needs one T spoon of sugar.
|by Anonymous||reply 41||05/31/2021|
[quote]make extra and then freeze them so you have them ready for next time.
I must try that.
|by Anonymous||reply 42||05/31/2021|
OK..I get it
OP's other thread title
[quote]I just ordered McDonalds takeout at 3 am I never ever eat at this time because I’m usually sleeping but I can’t sleep tonight and feel so hungry. I was ignoring it but grew even more hungry and then a fucking McDonalds commercial came out. Ugh. Fuck me. I ended up just ordering something.
|by Anonymous||reply 43||05/31/2021|
I assume you've resolved your pancake urge by now. What did you end up doing?
I've been looking for an authentic Pancakes Barbara recipe for decades and still haven't found one, but reportedly it's crepes with blackberry sauce. So I guess it wouldn't be that much trickier than regular American pancakes, especially if you made the sauce ahead of time. But a little light for breakfast. I guess you could stuff them with some kind of cheese and make them blintzes Barbara.
|by Anonymous||reply 44||05/31/2021|
r42 make sure to put something between each one, like wax paper so you can get them apart or just put each one in a sandwich bag and freeze
|by Anonymous||reply 45||05/31/2021|
[quote]make sure to put something between each one, like wax paper so you can get them apart
Thank you. I was wondering about that.
|by Anonymous||reply 46||05/31/2021|
OP, in my college days, I used to make oatmeal pancakes with just water and oatmeal. They're actually good- crispy on the outside and a bit creamy on the inside. If you want fancier pancakes, follow that flaxseed recipe posted upthread.
|by Anonymous||reply 47||05/31/2021|
you can bake them....less of a hassle
|by Anonymous||reply 48||05/31/2021|
R27, no, they're not terrible. In fact, McDonald's pancakes are quite good. They're just kind of expensive for what you get.
|by Anonymous||reply 49||05/31/2021|
How come pancake recipes never tell you what temperature to cook them at?!?
The recipes are always so VAGUE. "cook them until they're golden brown on the bottom, then flip"??? HOW DO YOU KNOW WHAT THEY LOOK LIKE ON THE BOTTOM UNTIL YOU FLIP THEM? How fucking long does it take? And at what temperature should you cook them?
Jesus, these are the basics. How would a recipe for cake fly if someone just said "and then bake it until it's done"?? NOBODY WOULD KNOW WHAT TO DO
|by Anonymous||reply 50||05/31/2021|
You cook pancakes on medium heat until bubbles form at the surface, pop and turn them just when the popping bubbles begin to form little holes instead of filling back in with batter. Flip, wait 45 seconds or so and remove. As you make them, turn down the heat a little to prevent burning. It's not hard to make pancakes.
|by Anonymous||reply 51||05/31/2021|
[quote]It's not hard to make pancakes.
It's hard to make them well.
|by Anonymous||reply 52||05/31/2021|
There’s a reason you throw out the first pancake traditionally, that’s where you get the sense of the heat level, how it cooks and primes the pan. It is the rehearsal, then the rest can be perfect.
|by Anonymous||reply 53||05/31/2021|
[quote]There’s a reason you throw out the first pancake traditionally, that’s where you get the sense of the heat level, how it cooks and primes the pan.
|by Anonymous||reply 54||05/31/2021|
Endless bitching about nothing.
Most Datalounge-ish thread ever!
|by Anonymous||reply 55||05/31/2021|
Pancakes aren't nothing.
|by Anonymous||reply 56||05/31/2021|
I had three different men insist on making pancakes for me as a special treat. How can you fuck up pancakes? You can burn them, and badly, leaving a smell that lingers in the mind for years that will put you off the things in the interim.
The precooked ones at R9 are quite good, actually, a big surprise for me. Lighter and more delicate than the usual American pancakes, but with a very nice flavor and texture, and just the basic ingredients. I keep some on hand for my partner whose one take away from his stay in the U.S. was pancakes, butter, and maple syrup. It's exotic fare where we live. You might find pancakes on the breakfast menu of a five-star hotel, or at the small but slowly growing number of restaurants that offer a brunch menu that draws on American and international breakfast foods. Bisquick is unknown. Maple syrup carries a luxury price tag when you can find it. And no one is going to "put up" little bags of frozen home cooked pancakes separated by sheets of waxed paper because small freezers compartments of refrigerators are the standard. I tried the pre-cooked one thinking they would be terrible but not at all (the one other brand I've seen is not nearly so nice, heavy, dense, and fairly tasteless.)
|by Anonymous||reply 57||05/31/2021|
This should be in the underwhelm me thread.
|by Anonymous||reply 58||05/31/2021|
R58 Yet 1) You took the time to reply to it and 2) It’s got nearly 60 responses.
|by Anonymous||reply 59||05/31/2021|
[quote]I wonder if OP made them or not.
Nope. I was too lazy so I had a shitty granola bar instead. Plus, I’m eating an entire pizza tomorrow so I figured I should skip the pancakes so that my waistline will thank me.
I’ll get to the pancakes some other time this week when I’m not lazy.
|by Anonymous||reply 60||05/31/2021|
⤴️ALERT - UPDATE - OP has re-emerged.
you're probably surprised by how much attention your thread has received, OP.
|by Anonymous||reply 61||05/31/2021|
[quote]I’ll get to the pancakes some other time this week when I’m not lazy.
Be sure to post pics - I'm sure many here want to see if you're upto the task
|by Anonymous||reply 62||05/31/2021|
R35- Did you know that there was a chain of Pancake houses called Aunt Jemima's mainly in the northeast up until about 1970.
|by Anonymous||reply 63||05/31/2021|
R63. We had one on Long Island..we went to it when we were kids!
|by Anonymous||reply 64||05/31/2021|
R61 I was surprised how much attention this thread got! I guess everyone loves pancakes 🥞!
R62 I’m actually good at making pancakes 🥞 , it’s just a pain to make and clean up afterwards. Do you want me to make 4 small stackable ones or 2 big ones?
|by Anonymous||reply 65||05/31/2021|
I like Bisquick Shake 'n' Pour -- add water, shake, and pour!
|by Anonymous||reply 66||05/31/2021|
[quote]Do you want me to make 4 small stackable ones or 2 big ones?
I thought 3 is the American norm (but I'm NOT American) - but if you must be different, I vote for the 4 option. I'd like to see your stack.
|by Anonymous||reply 67||05/31/2021|
[quote][R35]- Did you know that there was a chain of Pancake houses called Aunt Jemima's mainly in the northeast up until about 1970.
I wish I could have gone there.
|by Anonymous||reply 68||05/31/2021|
[quote]I'd like to see your stack
...and your breakfast sausage
|by Anonymous||reply 69||05/31/2021|
Get some doughnuts. Just as healthy.
|by Anonymous||reply 70||05/31/2021|
R67 No. Go to IHOP’s website and you will see that the norm is 2 pancakes (called a short stack) or 4 pancakes (called a full stack). However, when I make a short stack, I just make two big ones because I don’t see the point in only eating 2 little pancakes if I’m eating going through the trouble of making them.
|by Anonymous||reply 71||05/31/2021|
"There's a recipe in the NYT for a Dutch Baby. It does require mixing etc but you pour the entire batter into a skillet and put it in the oven for 25 minutes until it's done, so at least you don't have to stand there flipping pancakes."
Someone that doesn't want to make pancakes isn't going to whip up a Dutch Baby.
|by Anonymous||reply 72||05/31/2021|
What’s everyone’s favorite pancake mix? Or do you make yours by scratch?
|by Anonymous||reply 73||05/31/2021|
There’s a reason you throw out the first pancake traditionally, that’s where you get the sense of the heat level, how it cooks and primes the pan. It is the rehearsal, then the rest can be perfect.
Your first pancake is like your first relationship. You're figuring it all out. Don't be someone's first pancake.
|by Anonymous||reply 74||05/31/2021|
[quote][R67] No. Go to IHOP’s website and you will see that the norm is 2 pancakes (called a short stack) or 4 pancakes (called a full stack).
Why are you looking at IHOP's website (if you don't mind me asking)? I think throughout the USA 3 is the norm (is this worthy of a new inquiry thread)
[quote]However, when I make a short stack, I just make two big ones because I don’t see the point in only eating 2 little pancakes if I’m eating going through the trouble of making them.
OMG I so agree.
Which sort of syrup will you be using?
|by Anonymous||reply 75||05/31/2021|
Has anyone ever tried Funfetti Pancakes? They look good!
|by Anonymous||reply 76||05/31/2021|
Once you make from scratch it's hard to go back - but Bisquick is really good, even though DLers are very snobby about it.
|by Anonymous||reply 77||05/31/2021|
R75 You know, I take back what I said. It seems like a lot of the pancake mix boxes show three pancakes, so I see why people think the standard is 3. But whenever I eat pancakes at local restaurants, it’s 2 or 4, and I personally always make 2 big ones or 4 smaller sized ones when I make them (and I’m not fat...yet). And I was looking at IHOP since they are the biggest pancake restaurant in the US, so I thought they would be a good reference to see what they typically do. But as I looked around more on the website, it seems even they have certain pancakes that come three to a stack. So it looks like there is no standard really. Just depends on what you want.
As for the syrup I’ll be using, you’ll probably be disappointed to know that I don’t use anything fancy. Just regular Log Cabin maple syrup. I’ve tried a few different “fancy” syrups before and wasn’t impressed. I’m sure there are better syrups out there but I haven’t found it.
|by Anonymous||reply 78||05/31/2021|
R77 Do you have a recipe?
|by Anonymous||reply 79||05/31/2021|
[quote]As for the syrup I’ll be using, you’ll probably be disappointed to know that I don’t use anything fancy. Just regular Log Cabin maple syrup. I’ve tried a few different “fancy” syrups before and wasn’t impressed. I’m sure there are better syrups out there but I haven’t found it.
Log Cabin is absolutely fine. What are you talking about?
There's a Vermont one which seems to be especially nice. I only had it a few times.
In general, I prefer a darker syrup and St. Lawrence Gold is highly recommended.
|by Anonymous||reply 80||05/31/2021|
[quote][R77] Do you have a recipe?
I know it in my head and don't have the energy to type it out. Maybe OP will help you out. He rates his pancakes highly.
|by Anonymous||reply 81||05/31/2021|
R80 OK glad it’s not just me that likes Log Cabin! You know how some people on DL are - if you dare to like something that doesn’t cost a fortune, then they look down on you. So I was ready to hear the criticism.
I’ve never heard of St Lawrence Gold. I’ll have to try it sometime.
|by Anonymous||reply 82||05/31/2021|
Pancakes or waffles from the same batter - here's what you need:
2 cups AP Flour 4tsp Baking Powder 1/4tsp salt 1 tbsp sugar or momnfruit works too. 1/2 cup oil 2 eggs 1 and 3/4 cups of milk Vanilla Extract
I usually keep the dry ingredient separated until I'm ready to cook them. Then mix the eggs with oil , milk and vanilla extract. Then combine and cook.
|by Anonymous||reply 83||05/31/2021|
[quote]if you dare to like something that doesn’t cost a fortune, then they look down on you.
Those gurls are TUFF cookies.
|by Anonymous||reply 84||05/31/2021|
[quote]1/2 cup oil
|by Anonymous||reply 85||05/31/2021|
I’m sorry, but the same batter for pancakes and waffles is just wrong, it can’t be a dessert topping AND a floor wax at the same time!
|by Anonymous||reply 86||05/31/2021|
Good American pancakes are a joy to eat.
|by Anonymous||reply 87||05/31/2021|
[quote]Good American pancakes are a joy to eat.
Very hard to find outside America. You'd laugh if I posted pics of what passes for American pancakes in London restaurants.
|by Anonymous||reply 88||05/31/2021|
I make Sour Cream Pancakes from my mother's old Woman's Day Encyclopedia Of Cookery. They are fabulous- light and fluffy and creamy. I serve them with whipped butter and pure maple syrup- YUM
|by Anonymous||reply 89||05/31/2021|
I also recommend if you want to cut back on the sugar - get frozen berries like blueberry, strawberry etc. Into a pot with a little bit of water, a tablespoon of flour and some monkfruit powder or stevia. And a dash of vanilla extract. Cook until it breaks the berries down. Better than maple syrup.
|by Anonymous||reply 90||05/31/2021|
[quote]You cook pancakes on medium heat
WHAT THE FUCK DOES "MEDIUM HEAT" EVEN MEAN?
Jesus. The griddle doesn't have a "Medium" setting. It has TEMPERATURE IN DEGREES.
Seriously, why the fuck can't anyone give decent cooking instructions? Seriously, I have no fucking clue what "medium" means.
|by Anonymous||reply 91||05/31/2021|
[quote]Seriously, why the fuck can't anyone give decent cooking instructions? Seriously, I have no fucking clue what "medium" means.
Why the fuck can't some people take responsibility for learning even the smallest and most routine things?
|by Anonymous||reply 92||05/31/2021|
BECAUSE IT'S NOT ACTUALLY DOCUMENTED ANYWHERE, YOU FUCKING DUMBASS
How hard is it to say 325 degrees? Or 350? Or 375? WHY MAKE EVERYONE FUCKING GUESS AND HAVE TO ENGAGE IN TRIAL AN ERROR?
|by Anonymous||reply 93||05/31/2021|
[quote]WHAT THE FUCK DOES "MEDIUM HEAT" EVEN MEAN?
It means somewhere between (in the middle) of very hot and cold.
|by Anonymous||reply 94||05/31/2021|
R91, heat your pan, then sprinkle a few drops of water on it - when the drops "dance" briefly before evaporating, you pan is the right temperature.
|by Anonymous||reply 95||05/31/2021|
Is your electric griddle calibrated accurately, R93? Surely you know, as devoted to the details as you seem to be.
375 on one device is usually not the same as 375 on another device.
A recipe might tell you 375, but on your device 365 might be better. Or perhaps 400 is closer to the desired temperature. What's a cook to do? (Hint: Watch the food as it cooks.)
Pancakes are not brain surgery. "Medium" heat is more than accurate enough for pancakes.
|by Anonymous||reply 96||05/31/2021|
r88, you haven't had pancakes at the Rosewood Hotel. Blueberry compote on top. Delicious.
And isn't Log Cabin just flavored corn syrup at this point?
|by Anonymous||reply 97||05/31/2021|
[quote][R88], you haven't had pancakes at the Rosewood Hotel. Blueberry compote on top. Delicious.
I must try it. Actually, the famous Wolsey Restaurant also does excellent American pancakes.
|by Anonymous||reply 98||05/31/2021|
[quote[And isn't Log Cabin just flavored corn syrup at this point?
Whatever it is, it's not maple syrup.
|by Anonymous||reply 99||05/31/2021|
I have never in my life used a stove whose burners were labeled by temperature; every one has ranged from low to high heat. The oven is by specific degrees. I don't even think a stove could do this reliably since so much heat escapes from pans.
And yes, Log Cabin is corn syrup with artificial maple flavoring, as is Aunt Jemima pancake syrup.
|by Anonymous||reply 100||05/31/2021|
[quote]Whatever it is, it's not maple syrup.
OMG that's why OP was so ashamed.
|by Anonymous||reply 101||05/31/2021|
OP, I really don't understand why you just can't set aside 5 minutes to lay some eggs, squirt some milk, add flour and make your own batch of hotcakes, geeeezh.
|by Anonymous||reply 102||05/31/2021|
R95 Knows how to tell when a pan is ready.
My mom taught me to make pancakes by age 10 or so. It's so strange to me that adults don't know how to mix batter, pour onto a pan, flip and eat.
Are you similarly grilled cheese impaired?
|by Anonymous||reply 103||05/31/2021|
R97, R100, R101 Yep. I knew some queens would be bitching about syrup!
|by Anonymous||reply 104||05/31/2021|
[quote] And isn't Log Cabin just flavored corn syrup at this point?
Log Cabin has always been fake — just sugar (or HFC), water, salt and artificial "maple" flavor.
|by Anonymous||reply 105||05/31/2021|
r103 just joggled my memory of grilled banana, honey, and peanut butter sandwich. So fucking good.
|by Anonymous||reply 106||05/31/2021|
R100, have you never heard of an electric griddle?? Or an electric skillet? Are you kidding me?
And R96, I have a laser thermometer... as seen on and recommended on "Good Eats". I know exactly what the temperature of the surface is.
And cooking a pancake too slowly or too quickly can lead to disaster, instead of the light and fluffy and fully cooked pancake you desire.
|by Anonymous||reply 107||05/31/2021|
What are American pancakes? What other pancake like things are there in the world? Crepes are more like eggs than a fried flour creation.
|by Anonymous||reply 108||05/31/2021|
[quote]What other pancake like things are there in the world?
To start there are POFFERTJES
|by Anonymous||reply 109||05/31/2021|
🥞 & 🥓
👳🏾♂️ Don't have to call me twice !
|by Anonymous||reply 110||05/31/2021|
[quote] Head on over to McDonalds
Mmmmm. Rubber served in styrofoam.
|by Anonymous||reply 111||05/31/2021|
[quote] Don’t you have a diner you can go to?
No, and it really pisses me off.
|by Anonymous||reply 112||05/31/2021|
[quote]Mmmmm. Rubber served in styrofoam.
didn't they drop the styrofoam years ago?
I agree McDonald's pancakes are awful - horrid and thin
|by Anonymous||reply 113||05/31/2021|
For R108 - part one
|by Anonymous||reply 114||06/01/2021|
For R108 - part two
Obviously there is no one correct recipe for each country, and obviously some of these "pancakes" are a bit of a stretch from what's been discussed here so far.
|by Anonymous||reply 115||06/01/2021|
[quote] And [R96], I have a laser thermometer... as seen on and recommended on "Good Eats". I know exactly what the temperature of the surface is. And cooking a pancake too slowly or too quickly can lead to disaster, instead of the light and fluffy and fully cooked pancake you desire.
Oy! I never liked that show. I once watched Alton Brown spend 30 minutes explaining how to make tea the only way he says you're allowed to make tea. And he used fucking tea bags but required measuring the water temperature and timing how long it steeped.
Life is too short to time your tea bags and to make sure you have the "perfect" temperature to make "perfect" pancakes and "perfect" tea. You steep tea in hot water and drink. You drip water droplets onto the pan and when they dance and sizzle, you pour on the batter and make your damned pancakes. If you mess one up, you throw it away and make another.
Who has time to make simple processes tedious, persnickety events?
|by Anonymous||reply 116||06/01/2021|
When you're motivated, make a large batch of pancakes...then freeze them. Ready made, just heat up.
|by Anonymous||reply 117||06/01/2021|
[quote]When you're motivated, make a large batch of pancakes...then freeze them. Ready made, just heat up.
I can't wait to do this. I'll try to find wax paper later today.
|by Anonymous||reply 118||06/01/2021|
R107, get a grip. There is no such thing as a pancake-related "disaster."
|by Anonymous||reply 119||06/01/2021|
[quote]How come pancake recipes never tell you what temperature to cook them at?!?
Pancake / french toast / generic breakfast food cooking temperature, natch.
|by Anonymous||reply 120||06/01/2021|
Medium heat; brown one side, flip, brown the other side & lift. One can buy cartons of batter that can poured idirectly in a pan. Add butter/marjarine & syrup when done. It is hardly any more complicated than preparing toast. Cleaning the pan afterwards can be 30 seconds.
|by Anonymous||reply 121||06/01/2021|
^can be poured directly
|by Anonymous||reply 122||06/01/2021|
[quote]Pancake / french toast / generic breakfast food cooking temperature, natch.
What does "natch" mean?
|by Anonymous||reply 123||06/01/2021|
Who thinks McDonald's pancakes are rubbery or thin? Have you even tried them in the last few years?
They're really good... with a rich vanilla flavor, light and fluffy. I mean, I've only had them twice in the last few years, because it seems over-priced to pay four bucks for three tiny pancakes (and the end result is mostly plastic packaging anyway... not Styrofoam... just seems like a waste). But they were good and flavorful with a really good texture.
|by Anonymous||reply 124||06/01/2021|
Does anyone remember Bickford's pancake house? My family loved their apple pancake which was the size of a personal pizza. The one near us closed way back in 1976 after a fire. It reopened about 2 or 3 years later as an upscale Howard Johnsons.
|by Anonymous||reply 125||06/01/2021|
is no one going to answer poor old R125?
|by Anonymous||reply 126||06/01/2021|
Ma Kettle could make pancakes for 15 kids and do the laundry at the same time.
|by Anonymous||reply 127||06/01/2021|
[quote]When you're motivated, make a large batch of pancakes...then freeze them. Ready made, just heat up.
You know, that’s a good idea.
|by Anonymous||reply 128||06/01/2021|
Or just buy a bag of frozen pancakes from the store, and nuke some whenever you want.
|by Anonymous||reply 129||06/01/2021|
It might be a problem here.
|by Anonymous||reply 130||06/01/2021|
R129 ,normally I love you, but NO!!!
Frozen pancakes are instant death. I refuse to let any man I see, eat frozen pancakes.
All good men need freshly made pancakes.
|by Anonymous||reply 131||06/01/2021|
Did he make you cry? Make you break down?
Shatter your illusions of love.
Is it over now? Are you ready to pick of the shattered pieces and go home.
|by Anonymous||reply 132||06/01/2021|
|by Anonymous||reply 133||06/01/2021|
I can't believe that anyone would think Bisquick is the best pancake mix. Yes, it's versatile, but anyone who wants an easy and delicious, fluffy pancake by just adding water would know that Krusteaz beats Bisquick every time, flavor-wise and without having to add egg. If you want waffles, you add like a Tbsp of oil to the mix.
|by Anonymous||reply 134||06/01/2021|
Around Hanukkah will we be having the same conversation about latkes?
|by Anonymous||reply 135||06/01/2021|
[quote]You know, that’s a good idea.—OP, still too lazy to make pancakes 🥞
OP came back!! I thought he was too angry about the bitchy comments about his fake maple to return. He's a forgiving type.
|by Anonymous||reply 136||06/01/2021|
R39 MARY, the OP was tired enough before you strutted in! Lay off those roids or you’ll give yourself a heart attack no matter how healthy your breakfast is!
|by Anonymous||reply 137||06/01/2021|
[quote]What does "natch" mean?
It’s old baking slang, Rose.
|by Anonymous||reply 138||06/01/2021|
The Cinnastack pancakes at participating IHOP's IS fabu. The cinnamon gunk they use is delicious and so sweet you don't even need to add syrup. But I do cuz I'm a fat whore (just a dollop).
|by Anonymous||reply 139||06/01/2021|
Sounds fantastic, R139.
|by Anonymous||reply 140||06/01/2021|
No wonder it tastes good. How could it not
[bold]How to Make Cinnastack Pancakes[/bold]
In a small bowl combine butter, brown sugar, cake flour, cinnamon, salt, and vanilla. ... In a medium bowl, use a mixer to blend together the cream cheese and the butter until light and fluffy. Slowly add the powdered sugar. ... Add milk and the vanilla.
|by Anonymous||reply 141||06/01/2021|
I suppose BK is also an option if you're seriously that lazy. But I can pretty much guarantee you those are just pre cooked frozen pancakes nuked in the microwave. BK obviously doesn't have griddles. I worked at one in the early 90's and they would temporarily put metal plates over some of their fryers, using the residual heat, to cook some of their breakfast items, like eggs, at the time. They probably don't even do that now either.
|by Anonymous||reply 142||06/02/2021|
I just made pancakes with Bisquick gluten-free mix, and they were perfectly yummy and very fluffy. I am out of syrup and so I used apricot preserves. Nom nom.
I grew up eating Aunt Jemima pancakes, and I've tried different mixes ranging from Kodiak Cames to Birch Benders and I've made them from scratch, which is also as easy as baking anything could be.
Methinks youse guys need to expand your horizons a little. Pancakes don't always have to be the same texture or taste. Experiment a little. You might discover you like some new things.
I've also mixed up chocolate muffin, banana bread and pumpkin bread batters, made a few muffins with them and then refrigerated the mixed batter for a few days and made pancakes with them. Quickbreads can be cooked like pancakes with a couple of things in mind: if the batter is thick, it needs to be thinned a little or else the middle of the pancake may not cook through; however, a way around this is to cook on medium-low heat with the lid on the pan so that the pancakes steam instead of only the surface cooking on the pan. The other thing to keep in mind is that quickbread batters cooked like pancakes come out more like pancakes than they come out like muffins, which should be obvious, but it can be a little confusing to eat what you think of as a muffin or banana bread but it has a smooth and solid pancake-y surface. Once you erase the expectation, though, you'll find them delightful. When I make these, I eat them without syrup because they're sweet enough as is.
If you mix up a pancake batter, you can keep it in the fridge for several days and just cook up a couple of pancakes every day until it's gone. Making pancakes is just barely (barely!) more work than making a sandwich. I can be lazy but I can't imagine being too lazy for the "work" of making pancakes.
|by Anonymous||reply 143||06/02/2021|
[quote]If you mix up a pancake batter, you can keep it in the fridge for several days and just cook up a couple of pancakes every day until it's gone.
I thought the raising agents get de-activated if the batter hangs around in the fridge.
|by Anonymous||reply 144||06/02/2021|
Yeah, the baking powder will eventually run out of steam.
|by Anonymous||reply 145||06/02/2021|
"Pancake syrup" is to maple syrup what Miracle Whip is to real mayonnaise. It's fine if that's what you like but they're not the same.
|by Anonymous||reply 146||06/02/2021|
I use Bisquick for making pancakes. My mom always used Bisquick when making shortcakes, so I've always loved it. This is very strange, but I could eat the batter...and even a dry spoonful. Bizarre...I know. I do use the good maple syrup. I always buy pure Vermont syrup.
|by Anonymous||reply 147||06/02/2021|
[quote]but I could eat the batter.
I used a ready made mix yesterday that warned you against this.
|by Anonymous||reply 148||06/02/2021|
[quote]I always buy pure Vermont syrup.
Probably the best out there
|by Anonymous||reply 149||06/02/2021|
r123, "naturally". Seemed to be a popular word back in the 70's or 80's.
|by Anonymous||reply 150||06/02/2021|
It was an early 00's thing in my case.
|by Anonymous||reply 151||06/02/2021|
Aren't pancakes most dreadfully unhealthy? From a glycemic index point of view, I think you'd do better just eating pure sugar out of the bag. (white flour turns into sugar in your blood stream faster than table sugar does). So does high fructose corn syrup but that's not relevant... unless they use it in pancake syrup.
|by Anonymous||reply 152||06/02/2021|
Troll 5863 is on fire today. What did she do to get Murieled?
|by Anonymous||reply 153||06/02/2021|
[quote]Aren't pancakes most dreadfully unhealthy?
R152 Nobody gives a shit about whether they’re healthy or not, and nobody’s saying to eat them everyday either. Quit bitching.
|by Anonymous||reply 154||06/02/2021|
Just leave out the butter and eggs and then your pancakes are vegan. Problem solved.
|by Anonymous||reply 155||06/03/2021|
As for pancakes being unhealthy, a few years ago I decided to substitute pancakes for my normal dinner three nights a week. Over the course of a month, I lost ten pounds. So fuck all of you histrionic self-appointed "nutritionists."
|by Anonymous||reply 156||06/03/2021|
Sometimes I'll add an overripe, mashed banana to the pancake batter...also, some canned organic pumpkin used for making pies. Each one is pretty good for a change. I don't mix the two together...one, banana pancakes...the other, pumpkin pancakes..lol.
|by Anonymous||reply 157||06/03/2021|
WTF you have against banana pumpkin pancakes?
|by Anonymous||reply 158||06/03/2021|
Does anyone prefer crêpes? And if so, sweet or savoury?
A crêpe is a type of very thin pancake. Crêpes are usually of two types: sweet crêpes and savoury galettes. Crêpes are served with a variety of fillings, from the simplest with only sugar to flambéed crêpes Suzette or elaborate savoury galettes.
|by Anonymous||reply 159||06/03/2021|
Actually, that might be good R158...lol. We MUST be diverse, after all...
|by Anonymous||reply 160||06/03/2021|
|by Anonymous||reply 161||06/03/2021|
Joe Jonas enthusiastically endorses eating them by the plate full.
|by Anonymous||reply 162||06/03/2021|
I would eat Joe Jonas's ass by the plateful, R162.
|by Anonymous||reply 163||06/03/2021|
Nobody gives a shit about the Jonas Brothers. Get that shit out of the thread.
|by Anonymous||reply 164||06/03/2021|
I cut up any peaches that I have to use up and add them to my pancake batter.
If you have preserved peaches, those are better. A little of the syrup in the batter is nice too.
|by Anonymous||reply 165||06/03/2021|
|by Anonymous||reply 166||06/05/2021|
Is the Lil Bitch OP getting it together this weekend enough to make the pancakes?
|by Anonymous||reply 167||06/05/2021|
You can probably order them from somewhere
|by Anonymous||reply 168||06/05/2021|
I’ve never made pancakes in my life. I can make dinner but breakfast is a meal I’ve never really been into. I have to make myself eat it.
|by Anonymous||reply 169||06/05/2021|
HoJo...do they exist anymore?
|by Anonymous||reply 170||06/05/2021|
Breakfast is the best meal, and I have it for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Nothing better than pancakes, french toast, and waffles... scrambled eggs, hash browns, and nice crisp bacon.... over-easy eggs with toast and sausage... breakfast tacos, breakfast burritos, and breakfast sandwiches... YUM!
|by Anonymous||reply 171||06/05/2021|
For God’s sake they’re pancakes, it’s not like he’s making donuts!
|by Anonymous||reply 172||06/05/2021|
|by Anonymous||reply 173||06/05/2021|
OP doesn't say if he's actually near a place that makes them.
Also sounds like he eats then at night, not for breakfast.
|by Anonymous||reply 174||06/05/2021|
OP's caftan always catches fire when he makes pancakes.
|by Anonymous||reply 175||06/05/2021|
Just to remind you - never forget Pancake Day! In 2022, it'll be March 1st.
"Shrove Tuesday was named after the custom of Christians to be "shriven" before the start of Lent. In the United Kingdom, Ireland and parts of the Commonwealth, Shrove Tuesday is also known as Pancake Day or Pancake Tuesday, as it became a traditional custom to eat pancakes as a meal... Elsewhere, the day has also been called "Mardi Gras", meaning "Fat Tuesday", after the type of celebratory meal that day."
|by Anonymous||reply 176||06/05/2021|
R176 For my people, the Pennsylvania Dutch, it is known as Fastnacht Day.
|by Anonymous||reply 177||06/05/2021|
[quote]OP doesn't say if he's actually near a place that makes them. Also sounds like he eats then at night, not for breakfast.
OP here! Nope, I don’t live near a place that makes them and you are correct - even if I did, I usually have my cravings for pancakes late at night for some reason, so nothing is open. But even if there was a place open that late that made pancakes, that would be even more of a hassle than making them myself (getting dressed, driving there and back).
BTW, I bought two pieces of cake 🍰 at the grocery store yesterday and ate one yesterday and one today, so I haven’t been craving pancakes anymore….for now.
Oh and I also bought some frozen French toast sticks for when I’m absolutely desperate and lazy.
|by Anonymous||reply 178||06/05/2021|
In Rio, they dance in the streets half naked. In Europe, they eat starchy food.
|by Anonymous||reply 179||06/05/2021|
Some fun facts.
Here in England our pancakes are thin (like crepes) and served with sugar or lemon...and not especially nice. You rarely, if ever see them for sale in cafes or restaurants, especially not these days. I haven't seen them on any menu for years. Nothing like America where they are on every diner menu in the country...and is a BREAKFAST staple....though seemingly NOT available where OP lives.
TRUE STORY: When my Dad was sick I went with him to Boston MA for his treatment. And pancakes for breakfast were NOT available everywhere. I had to go to hotels!
Personally, unlike OP, I wouldn't want them in the middle of the night. Too rich! OP is not like everybody else. He's a one-off.
|by Anonymous||reply 180||06/06/2021|
[quote]BTW, I bought two pieces of cake 🍰 at the grocery store yesterday
May I ask which sort of cake, OP?
|by Anonymous||reply 181||06/06/2021|
So, OP... you can't make a cake, either?
|by Anonymous||reply 182||06/06/2021|
OP is all cake, no pan.
|by Anonymous||reply 183||06/06/2021|
[quote]So, OP... you can't make a cake, either?
What's he going to do with a whole cake? He likes to spread out his treats - hence the two slices of cake no-pancake-situation he has in front of him right now.
|by Anonymous||reply 184||06/06/2021|
Surprisingly this has done nothing to spark a craving for pancakes, but suddenly I’m hungry for Angel’s Food Cake.
|by Anonymous||reply 185||06/06/2021|
[quote]Surprisingly this has done nothing to spark a craving for pancakes
Speak for yourself.
I had pancakes for breakfast twice this week. Usually it's just once, on Sundays.
|by Anonymous||reply 186||06/06/2021|
Do your pour Mrs Butterworth's on them, R186? (not being disparaging - love 'em - but don't eat them because I worry about my blood sugar, even though I'm not diabetic, but definitely don't want to get the Type 2 scourge, I despise needles)
|by Anonymous||reply 187||06/06/2021|
Damn you, R185.
Now I have to bake an Angel Food cake.
|by Anonymous||reply 188||06/06/2021|
[quote]Personally, unlike OP, I wouldn't want them in the middle of the night. Too rich! OP is not like everybody else. He's a one-off.
It’s not the first time I’ve been told that.🤪
[quote]May I ask which sort of cake, OP?
One slice of Cookies & Cream chocolate cake with Oreo icing and one slice of Red Velvet Cake. I know people knock Red Velvet Cake, but I love it!
|by Anonymous||reply 189||06/06/2021|
[quote]So, OP... you can't make a cake, either?
I know how to make a cake, but why on earth would I make a cake if I’m too lazy to make pancakes? A cake is twice the trouble, especially considering you have to make icing as well.
[quote]What's he going to do with a whole cake? He likes to spread out his treats - hence the two slices of cake no-pancake-situation he has in front of him right now.
Thank you! Someone gets it!
|by Anonymous||reply 190||06/06/2021|
You know what I hate about making pancakes? Not so much too cooking itself, but the washing of everything afterwards. The mixing bowl, the measuring cup, the pan, the spatula, rinsing the sticky plate before it goes in the dishwasher. It’s irritating and a bit much for something that probably takes no more than 7 minutes to eat. I just despise dishes!
|by Anonymous||reply 191||06/06/2021|
This thread has turned into OP’s personal blog with commentary.
|by Anonymous||reply 192||06/06/2021|
R192 I think it’s rude to start a thread and then just abandon it when people ask questions and want to know where the OP is at (as has happened in this thread). Just trying to be a good OP.😁
|by Anonymous||reply 193||06/06/2021|
[quote] This thread has turned into OP’s personal blog with commentary.
So fucking what? People are asking him questions and he's responding.
[quote][R192] I think it’s rude to start a thread and then just abandon it when people ask questions
Exactly. I hate when people do that and it's all too common. Mary/192 is jealous of the attention you're getting. Wants everything to be all about him.
[quote]and want to know where the OP is at (as has happened in this thread). Just trying to be a good OP.😁
You're a mighty fine OP because of it and can turn one line about a longing for pancakes into [bold]THREAD OF THE MONTH.[/bold]
[quote]You know what I hate about making pancakes? Not so much too cooking itself, but the washing of everything afterwards
The trick is to do it right away, with very hot water. Fill the mixing bowl with Fairy liquid and sling everything in.
|by Anonymous||reply 194||06/06/2021|
Today I had very delicious Raspberry Lemonade Pancakes. They were awesome.
|by Anonymous||reply 195||06/06/2021|
I can't believe this thread is still going.
But "I want pancakes and I'm too lazy to make them" is admittedly more interesting than the threads I woke up to yesterday that began "OMG!" "OMG!" and "Wow!"
|by Anonymous||reply 196||06/07/2021|
[quote]This thread has turned into OP’s personal blog with commentary.
Now he's not going to respond anymore because you're a snarky cunt and don't get OP's quirky originality.
|by Anonymous||reply 197||06/07/2021|
OP's a lazy fuck, too. If you don't have the energy to make pancakes, you're a lazy bottom. No thanks.
|by Anonymous||reply 198||06/08/2021|
He's a BOSSY bottom.
|by Anonymous||reply 199||06/08/2021|
I love my local diner, which makes specialty pancakes, like:
Peanut Butter Banana
Key Lime Pie
and a whole lot more. I love the Raspberry Lemonade pancakes the best, but they're all great.
|by Anonymous||reply 200||06/08/2021|
Ugh, anything s’mores should be left to the Girlscouts and camping, it should not be a legitimate flavour choice.
|by Anonymous||reply 201||06/08/2021|
As soon as I get my weight below 260 pounds ( I know, I'm a FAT WHORE) I will treat myself to a homemade Dutch Baby ( NYT recipe) and serve it with whipped butter and pure maple syrup.
|by Anonymous||reply 202||06/08/2021|
Never understood having cake for breakfast. Covered in syrup no less. I can do a waffle here or there but it still feels like cake for breakfast.
|by Anonymous||reply 203||06/08/2021|
R203- It makes more sense than eating donuts for breakfast which is nothing but sugar and deep fried dough. At least pancakes have eggs in them. There is some nutritional contents.
|by Anonymous||reply 204||06/08/2021|
[quote]Never understood having cake for breakfast. Covered in syrup no less. I can do a waffle here or there but it still feels like cake for breakfast.
Waffles really seem like cake for breakfast, much more so than pancakes.
You can make them with buckwheat and spelt if you want something more health conscious and lower cal.
|by Anonymous||reply 205||06/09/2021|
& in the meantime that gurl/OP is not coming back after he's been accused of being a lazy bottom and a bossy bottom. Thank, cunts for being so cunty.
|by Anonymous||reply 206||06/09/2021|
R206 Please! I’ve been on DL over a decade! I’m used to these cunts - they could never scare me off! I just haven’t had anything new to say until now - which is I ate 5 frozen cinnamon French toast sticks just now. They were a bit soggy since I just microwaved them instead of putting them in the toaster oven, but they actually tasted good (of course not as good as homemade pancakes!). One day I will get the energy to make them.
|by Anonymous||reply 207||06/09/2021|
[quote]OP's a lazy fuck, too. If you don't have the energy to make pancakes, you're a lazy bottom. No thanks.
Yep, you got it! I just lay on my back with my legs open and I expect the top to do all the work.☺️
|by Anonymous||reply 208||06/09/2021|
Can't you buy pancakes in the supermarket and just heat them up? That's what I do here in Norway if I'm too lazy to make them myself.
|by Anonymous||reply 209||06/09/2021|
"I don't understand cake for breakfast, much less covered in syrup..."
I've heard this from other people. Yet I've never heard anyone not "understand" cake after dinner, much less covered in frosting! Or for birthcakes, weddings, etc.
The timing seems rather arbitrary. Junk food is still junk food after dinner, and eating cake as after-dinner dessert is adding calories on top of calories. Why does that make more sense?
Of course, blood sugar is an issue. I often get a blood sugar crash if I eat just pancakes, and so adding some kind of protein is a very good idea, at least for me.
But insofar as "understanding" the principle from a health perspective, if one is going to indulge in high-calorie junk food, it seems to me to make more sense from a weight management perspective to make it the meal rather than following an 800-calorie dinner with a 600-calorie dessert.
My family didn't generally eat dessert after dinner when I was growing up, and so that was something I never "got." Usually, if I eat junk food, I do it as a meal replacement rather than as an adjunct to a big dinner.
|by Anonymous||reply 210||06/09/2021|
I have Publix Pancake mix I bought it during quarantine. Just add water. I don't use it now bcz I'm doing Keto. So I use Birch Benders Keto pancake mix...just add water.
You can get fancy if you want. You can add milk or yogurt or sour cream or crushed pecans or blueberries. Add a few drops of vanilla, a teaspoon of corn oil. Easy peasy. Obviously while you crave pancakes you are a dilettante. You are not a true pancake lover.
|by Anonymous||reply 211||06/09/2021|
[quote]One day I will get the energy to make them.
No. No you won't. Not you, OP. Never.
|by Anonymous||reply 212||06/09/2021|
[quote]No. No you won't. Not you, OP. Never.
Yes, he will. He'll pull it together and surprise everyone.
& maybe if we're lucking post a photo right here ⏬
|by Anonymous||reply 213||06/09/2021|
OP- Go to Trader Joe's , they sell frozen pancakes. I've never tried them because although I'm a FAT WHORE I'm not a lazy whore. When I lose 10 pounds I'm going to whip myself up a batch of homemade Sour Cream Pancakes and serve them with whipped butter and pure maple syrup.
|by Anonymous||reply 214||06/09/2021|
This certainly was the breakout thread of early almost summer. Who knew!
|by Anonymous||reply 215||06/09/2021|
R215- You mean LATE spring. Summer does not start until June 20th.
|by Anonymous||reply 216||06/09/2021|
I don’t understand the people bitching about how they don’t understand the timing of what time of day people eat pancakes 🥞 or cake 🍰. People have cravings at different times, not to mention people have different schedules. The time preference is not that serious.
|by Anonymous||reply 217||06/09/2021|
I just went out in my garden and picked a few rhubarb stems and cooked that in real OJ, and strawberries, then made rhubard tarts. Having that with tea.
|by Anonymous||reply 218||06/09/2021|
R219 That’s nice, but there’s no way lazy OP is going to make tarts from his home grown rhubarb when he can’t crack a few eggs, add milk, stir, pour and fry a pancake.
|by Anonymous||reply 219||06/09/2021|
R218 extends her pinky finger while lifting her delicate teacup to her cherry lips.
|by Anonymous||reply 220||06/09/2021|
[quote]This certainly was the breakout thread of early almost summer. Who knew!
It's been fantastic.
|by Anonymous||reply 221||06/09/2021|
R217- When I was a kid in the 1970's we NEVER had pancakes for breakfast, ONLY for dinner.
|by Anonymous||reply 222||06/10/2021|
[quote]When I was a kid in the 1970's we NEVER had pancakes for breakfast, ONLY for dinner.
The past is a foreign country: they do things differently there.
|by Anonymous||reply 223||06/10/2021|
In the summer we'd have waffles and ice cream for dinner as a special treat on extremely hot days. Never pancakes.
Pancakes were for Saturday mornings. (Sunday, after early mass, we'd stop at the bakery for hot apple strudel to eat with our bacon and eggs.
|by Anonymous||reply 224||06/10/2021|
R224- You had such a HEALTHFUL diet as a kid.
|by Anonymous||reply 225||06/10/2021|
OP when you're feeling ambitious, make up a batch of pancake batter, put it in smallish containers, enough for one serving or two, and then freeze the batter. I do it all the time. Then, if I want pancakes I have them.
|by Anonymous||reply 226||06/10/2021|
R226, it's not the batter making he hates, it's the washing of all the stuff you soil when you make it. Just the thought of it sends him to his bed.
|by Anonymous||reply 227||06/10/2021|
R226 That is an excellent idea! I’m going to do that when I finally make them. Because making the batter and cleaning up afterwards is the worst part.
|by Anonymous||reply 228||06/10/2021|
I wonder if OP's top expects pancakes for breakfast when he stays over.
|by Anonymous||reply 229||06/10/2021|
I went back and had the raspberry lemonade pancakes again. God those are so good.
|by Anonymous||reply 230||06/10/2021|
Here you go, OP.
ATK to the rescue.
|by Anonymous||reply 231||Last Saturday at 8:45 AM|