Featured Pinch Tips Video
- 3 c
- 1 1/4 c
- aunt jemima pancake mix
- 1 large
- 1 tsp
- vanilla extract
- 1 box
- no name banana or butterscotch pudding mix
- 2 medium
1Prepare Pancake Mix: In a 3-4 cup measuring cup add one (1) cup of milk, break in the one (1) egg, pour in the 1 tsp of vanilla extract, mix with fork. Slowly mix in the powdered pancake mix and keep stirring until most of the clumps are gone. Place in the fridge.
2Warm up skillet or frying pan. While waiting prepare the pudding. Add the other two cups of milk into a medium mixing bowl, pour in the pudding mix and beat with a wisk or fork for 2-5 minutes or until the pudding starts to thicken a bit. Let stand.
3When skillet or pan is hot grease it up a bit with either some Pam or some margarine/ butter (or not at all if you have non-stick pans) Take pancake batter out of the fridge, stir a few times then pour out batter on to skillet the size you'd like them to be (make an even number of them though). Fry until lightly brown on each side.
4Place one cooked pancake on a plate. Place 2-3 spoon fulls of pudding onto pancake and spread it out. Add more if desired. Put another pancake on top of that with a small layer of pudding spread on the top. Slice bananas in small circles and place them around the top of the pancake covering it entirely.
5Make a second batch of pancakes if need be. Strawberries are also good instead of bananas.