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I saw this on kraftfood.com but didn't think it would be any good, so I tried making it & I was oh so wrong... This pancake was so fantastic!!

Posted by Nancy from Los Angeles, California, United States • Published See Nancy's 49 projects »
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  • How to cook a pancake. Oven Baked Pancakes - Step 1
    Step 1

    First I sliced up some strawberries then added some sugar and left it in the fridge so the juices could start flowing!!

    *this is optional*

  • How to cook a pancake. Oven Baked Pancakes - Step 2
    Step 2

    I gathered up all my ingredients
    milk, eggs, salt, melted butter, flour oh and sugar which isn't in the picture (sorry)

  • How to cook a pancake. Oven Baked Pancakes - Step 3
    Step 3

    Then I sprayed a skillet with vegetable oil and put it in a 400 degree oven while I mixed up the ingredients just so that the skillet can get hot

  • How to cook a pancake. Oven Baked Pancakes - Step 4
    Step 4

    Everything goes into the bowl minus the flour. You have to mix a little then add a little flour & so on & so on, mix till creamy.

    pour into skillet then place into oven and wait....
    and wait...
    and wait.....
    and wait.......

  • How to cook a pancake. Oven Baked Pancakes - Step 5
    Step 5

    after about 20 minutes (depending on your oven, they say between 18 to 20 minutes)

    You should get this
    <--------
    I know it looks kinda funny but the tastes makes up for it.

  • How to cook a pancake. Oven Baked Pancakes - Step 6
    Step 6

    Now the best part, take it out of the skillet and place on a plate and decorate with the strawberries, some syrup & lots of powdered sugar!!

    ENJOY!!

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tiffany h.
tiffany h. · Orangeville, Ontario, CA · 2 projects
Oh these are super good tiny. If you use a muffin pan instead you'll get "popovers" which actually look even more like yorkshire pudding lol. theyre great with a bit of powdered sugar and cinnamon instead of fruit or normal syrup Happy Thanks for reminding me about these Happy
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Nancy
Nancy · Los Angeles, California, US · 54 projects
Rebecca R. It rises like that in the skillet while in the oven, if you don't have a skillet you can also use a pie dish and get the same affect =)
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Nancy
Nancy · Los Angeles, California, US · 54 projects
Rebecca R. It rises like that in the skillet while in the oven, if you don't have a skillet you can also use a pie dish and get the same affect =)
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Rebecca R.
Rebecca R. · State College, Pennsylvania, US
This looks really good,our youngest boy(5yr.old)is OBSESSED w/pancakes,but how do you get it on the sides like that?
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Rebecca R.
Rebecca R. · State College, Pennsylvania, US
This looks really good,our youngest boy(5yr.old)is OBSESSED w/pancakes,but how do you get it on the sides like that?
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lolEffects
lolEffects · Fort Worth, Texas, US · 1 project
BIGGEST pancake I have ever seen... Oh, I get it panCAKE, PANcake, HAHA! Happy
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Crafthazard
Crafthazard · San Diego, California, US · 15 projects
Looks like I could nomnomnom on this all day! :3
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Haylowbabe
Haylowbabe · 4 projects
It looks like a giant yorkshire pudding! Tongue
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Catherine F.
Catherine F. · 1 project
its called a dutch baby
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Becsta!
Becsta! · Clarkefield, Victoria, AU · 3 projects
I will have to try making this soon!
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