Friday, February 22, 2013

More Snow~More Snow Pancakes



It's going to be an Upsee~Daisy kind of day!


Missouri gets snowed in! What is a girl to do? 


Make more snow pancakes!



If you are snowed in this morning~you really must try these.




 






Granny Miller's
SNOW PANCAKES

2 cups of flour
1-tablespoon baking powder
½ teaspoon of salt
1 tablespoon white sugar
2 eggs well beaten
1-½ cups of milk

In a large bowel mix and sift the flour, baking powder, salt and sugar together. 
Combine the eggs and milk in another bowl.


Slowly add the milk  and egg mixture to the dry ingredients.






Stir well and set aside. The batter will be thick.

Next grease your griddle and get it good and hot.
When the griddle is hot, quickly go outdoors and scoop up fresh snow.


Fold in 1-½ cups of new snow and mix well.
Cook the pancakes as usual.






According to Granny Miller~


Tips For Snow Pancakes
Old snow won’t do.
Use only fresh, light and newly fallen immaculate snow. Small amounts of naturally occurring ammonia in fresh snow acts as a leaving agent and causes the pancakes to rise.
Ammonia in new snow will evaporate very soon after it has fallen.

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7 comments:

tammy n said...

I just love the little Valentine...it reminds me of those we used to pass to one another when I was in school!

I've never heard of the snow pancakes...thanks for sharing the recipe!♥

Maria said...

We are getting your snow tomorrow - I have to try these!

Tina said...

What a great recipe!
We have a chance of snow tonight! I may have to cook a late night breakfast!

Nezzy said...

I've make snow~cones, snow ice cream but never have I heard of snow pancakes. Ooooh, the grandkiddos are gonna love these!!! Thanks sweetie!

God bless ya and have a marvelous winter's day :o)

Cheryl said...

I made snow pancakes last Saturday. I had read on a post about snow pancakes, thinking it might have been an earlier post of yours. Used Granny Millers pancake recipe. My husband searched snow pancakes and that is the first one that he found. Have enjoyed finding her sight. We are enjoying very cold weather here, wind chills are to be around -30 tonight. Good day to sew tomorrow.

Life In a Little House said...

Those do look so yummy!! And wow your getting more snow!! Hope your chickens are staying warm!! ~Enjoy your snowy pancakes Love Heather

sothankful said...

Wish I would have seen your snow pancakes while is was snowing here in Kansas! That would have been fun!

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