I love, love, love pancakes as a breakfast food, almost as much as I like oatmeal or cereal. One thing I DON'T like about pancakes, though, is having to drag out a recipe and measure everything in the morning. I'm too hungry to do that!
I have solved that laziness issue by preparing it all the night before, but lately I've been going the extra step and just making it up as I go along! A little of this, a little of that, and cook at a certain temperature in a skillet until done. Mmm.
These pancakes here were made from quinoa, teff, oat, and spelt flours. They were quite good, especially when topped generously with cinnamon :)
These ones had a similar combination of flours as those above, but in very different proportions. I also added much more cinnamon to the batter.
The result? Ugly pancakes that tasted good enough for me to eat the entire batch... yikes.
Maybe I'm just lucky and my next improvisation with pancakes will be a real disaster- has anyone else tried doing this? Ever freed yourself from a recipe and just gone with your gut, not even bothering too much with the basic chemistry of baking?