Food Storage Recipes: Multi-Grain Pancakes

pancakesThanks to our cousin Emily for submitting this recipe to us.

Multi-Grain Flourgrind the following:
1 part barley
1 part corn (popcorn is great!)
1 part rice (I used brown)
3 parts wheat (I used hard white)

Multi-Grain Pancakes
In a medium bowl, combine:
1/2 C multi-grain flour mixture
1/2 C white flour
1 T sugar
2 t baking powder
1/4 t salt

In a small bowl, combine:
1 egg, beaten (can use powdered eggs)
1 C milk (can use powdered milk)
2 T oil

Grind all flour ingredients using a wheat grinder. Combine wet and dry ingredients together and stir, but don’t over-mix. Pour onto a 350 degree griddle. Makes about 8-12 pancakes depending on the size you make them.

Emily’s Comments: I tried this alternate recipe this morning, and it was a HUGE HIT! Usually I’m lucky if Adam and Avery eat just one pancake, and both of them ate TWO! These taste a little bit nuttier than normal pancakes, but the texture is not heavy at all.


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  • Donanr

    Can’t wait to try the pancakes!

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  • Jodi

    I seem to recall reading that some electric wheat grinders say not to grind sunflower seeds in them. So if you are trying this, make sure you check your instruction manual or use a hand grinder. It’s funny all the ways you can use your food storage foods in every day cooking!

  • Jodi

    I seem to recall reading that some electric wheat grinders say not to grind sunflower seeds in them. So if you are trying this, make sure you check your instruction manual or use a hand grinder. It’s funny all the ways you can use your food storage foods in every day cooking!

  • Lori

    I have ground up sunflower seeds and added to cookie dough before. That’s good too.

  • Lori

    I have ground up sunflower seeds and added to cookie dough before. That’s good too.