Did you know that Monday, September 26th is National Pancake Day? Well, why not celebrate this weekend by making these delicious pancakes. About a year ago I started a new family tradition of making pancakes every time we traveled to Cape Cod, Massachusetts. We would visit family, so we would be staying in a home vs a hotel so waking up in the morning and making a big batch of pancakes was a fun way to kick off the weekend. I have two tips to share with you. First, before traveling the long distance I would measure out all the dry ingredients and add them to a small ziplock bag. I do this to save time in the morning and to ensure I have all the ingredients. Since many times we arrive in Cape Cod at night, I would just need to add milk, eggs and butter in the morning, which would most likely already be in the refrigerator. The second tip is that I make a batch of bacon on the griddle prior to making the pancakes. I drain the excess grease and pour the batter right on top the seasoned pan. This gives the pancakes an amazing salty kick and an slightly crunchy exterior. I love the texture this provides as well.
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