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Recipe: Yummy Never-disappoint just-right Pancakes

Never-disappoint just-right Pancakes. For those who don't know, Just a Pancake is a youtube page where this guy pokes fun at Kingdom Hearts from a very parody type view. He is very much a fan of the franchise, pointing out the goofier aspects of the series, poking fun at criticisms and other fun stuff. Just measure out the dry ingredients and pop them in a ziplock bag, jar or airtight container, then when you want to make fresh pancakes, just add the wet ingredients!

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Ingredients of Never-disappoint just-right Pancakes

  1. Prepare 462 grams of all-purpose flour (462g=3c).
  2. It’s 15 g of baking powder (17g=6tsp).
  3. It’s 20 grams of coco sugar (24g=3tbsp).
  4. You need 80 grams of cocnut oil (80g=6tbsp).
  5. It’s 657 grams of water (657g=3c).

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Never-disappoint just-right Pancakes step by step

  1. Flour, baking powder and sugar into large bowl.
  2. Mix well by stirring manually.
  3. Coconut oil into heat-safe bowl.
  4. Melt coconut oil.
  5. Add water to flour mix, then pour liquid coconut oil in as well.
  6. Stir well manually, don't beat.
  7. Heat up griddle and coat with oil.
  8. Combine and break up flour bubbles.
  9. Pour into greased griddle.
  10. Now is the moment to put on whatever topping you prefer. I used blueberries.
  11. Flip when enough bubbles to be seen on surface.

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