How To Make Sad, Single-Person Pancakes For One

How To Make Sad, Single-Person Pancakes For One
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One of the best parts of being in a couple is having someone to make and eat breakfast with on weekend mornings, and there’s something a little sad about making a big batch of pancakes for one. Single people deserve pancakes too, and The Kitchn has perfected the single-serve recipe.

Photo by Miss Messie.

To make two 12cm pancakes, you will need 1/4 cup self-raising flour, two teaspoons granulated sugar, 1/4 cup full-cream milk, one tablespoon vegetable oil (plus more for cooking) and one large egg white.

Combine your dry ingredients, add your milk and oil and whisk the egg white until soft peaks form. Fold the white into your batter, and cook your pancakes the same way you would if you had someone to share them with.

How To Make Pancakes for One [The Kitchn]