McDonald's "Hotcakes"

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Char Lowry Recipe
Lightly Salted
Delaware, OH (pop. 34,753)
Cowgirl_Bebop
Member Since Apr 2011
Char's notes for this recipe:
Why goto the restaurant to get them, when you can fix them at home!
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Directions

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Pre-heat an electric griddle to 375°. Mix hotcake ingredients with a wire whisk until smooth.
Apply about 1 teaspoon of Crisco® shortening to the griddle, spreading evenly with a paper towel. (Be careful not to burn your fingers)
Pour the hotcake batter on the greased, pre-heated griddle, forming 5 inch hotcakes.
Cook until dry around the edges, (about a minute) then turn.
Allow to cook about 40-50 seconds after flipping, and remove.
Place the cooked hotcakes on an oven safe plate, and warm in your oven for 5-8 minutes. (This helps give the hotcakes that tough texture McDonald’s is famous for)


Serve with Aunt Jemima® original maple syrup. (It is the closest ingredient match to McDonald’s hotcake syrup)

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user Kathy Smolkovich K80Rie - May 27, 2011
Sprite in pancakes...who knew? Saved to recipe box, can't wait to try it!
user Char Lowry Cowgirl_Bebop - May 27, 2011
It makes them really fluffy!
user Karen Craig klcras - May 30, 2011
If you don't want the sugar from the sprite, which is fantastic and why it takes like McDonalds! Use club soda/seltzer water/pelligrino - makes fluffy pancakes.
user Karla Everett Karla59 - Jun 1, 2011
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