How To Make Pancakes

January 2003

Introduction:
Eric Carle, author of the classic The Very Hungry Caterpillar, serves up another recipe for fun in this tale of Jack, who wakes up hungry for an enormous pancake for breakfast. But before he can enjoy his pancake, he must first get flour from the miller, an egg from the black hen, milk from the spotted cow, and butter churned from fresh cream.

Now who doesn’t want to hassle with making pancakes by getting flour, eggs, milk and butter? In this day and age, a lot of people don’t have time, or the effort, to prepare pancakes from scratch.

Today, I’m going to teach you how to make pancakes the easier way, by using instant mix. We will go over the type of instant mix we can to choose, the ingredients, and the procedure. And this all takes less than 5 minutes to do!

Body:
The Instant Mix:
Hungry Jack Pancake and Waffle Mix

The Ingredients:
Milk, Oil and Eggs versus Water – Best Bet: Just add water!

The Procedure:
4-step procedure. The only difference is the Combine step.

Conclusion:
We have gone over the steps on how to make pancakes easier and more time-efficient: the instant mix, the ingredients and the procedure. I know I wouldn’t want to be Jack the Caterpillar looking for flour, eggs, milk and butter to make a good pancake, which might take hours. With our easy-to-make pancake mix, we will enjoy our pancakes much better in a matter of minutes. Eat hearty!