|So good, I had to have a bite before I remembered to photograph.|
About one day a week, usually on the weekend, I decide I don't want to make a smoothie, but I'd rather have pancakes. I actually stopped eating pancakes (and waffles) awhile ago because I couldn't stand all the syrup smothered on them. I slowly introduced them back into my diet when my dad gave me super simple recipe, and then one day a few months ago, I knew exactly how to make them brilliant. And brilliant they are! I could easily eat them all the time. Plus, this way it has no syrup, with lots of high fructose corn syrup, among other things, either!
1 cup flour
1 cup milk (or water)
shredded monteray jack cheese
shredded cheddar cheese
Combine flour, milk, and egg in a bowl. Mix until smooth.
Pour small spoonfuls (about 2-3 tbsp each) into a pan over medium heat.
When browned on both sides, remove from skillet and place on plate.
Stack pancakes when finished on plate. Between each layer, add shredded cheese. (I usually end up with about 2 layers of pancakes, so after the first layer, I add monteray jack cheese, another layer of pancakes, then cheddar cheese.)
Sprinkle salt on top. Seriously. The salt makes this. Add black or cayenne pepper if you so choose.
Add just a little bit of honey, maybe a teaspoon.