Pineapple Upside-Down Pancakes Recipe
Try this Pineapple Upside-Down Pancakes Recipe, which is offered by viewing a YouTube video so that you can see just how it is made, and even follow along with the video as you make your own Pineapple Upside-Down Pancakes Recipe
at home. Make lots because kids, especially, love to eat pancakes. And they are a great and nutritious food to make. Recipes vary considerably and you can bump up the nutrition in yours just by adding some whole wheat flour in, using buttermilk instead of regular milk and so on when you make up this recipe.
Pancakes are well known in every culture around the world. That is because pan cakes are the original bread, and bread is a foundational food that is known to pretty much all cultures and regions on earth. They are so old that their very early origins are really not known, or where the very first pan cake might have been made. Suffice to say that this form of bread or cake is very ancient. It is also a relatively easy cake to make, especially today, with all the help you can get from rising agents such as baking soda or baking powder. They help to ensure that your cakes will be light and lovely.
Pan cakes can be sweet or savory. For this Pineapple Upside-Down Pancakes Recipe, the results will be quite sweet, and with a great tanginess that the pineapple will give. These pancakes will taste delicious topped with yogurt and maple syrup. And kids always love pancakes, especially ones with a surprise on the bottom as with this pancake recipe. So make plenty because they will surely gobble these pancakes up.
The pancake recipe is a quick and easy one to make and it is very forgiving. It is almost impossible to add the wrong amounts of anything. You can add more or less flour, milk (or other liquids you might be using), eggs, oil (or butter, preferably melted) and whatever else you might be adding in. You can also freeze pancakes once they are made. Put a bit of waxed paper or parchment between each one and be sure they are quite chilled before you wrap and freeze them. Done correctly, though, you can just pop the pancake out of the freezer (or as many as you want of them) and put them in the toaster oven, the toaster, or the microwave. If you put them in the microwave, they will become quite moist, so you might want to be careful how much you microwave them, and then put the pancake in to the toaster to finish making it. Enjoy this dish soon with the kids. They love to eat them.
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