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Einkorn Soured Milk Pancake Mix (aka Clabber Cakes)date 2018-07-29T22:49:00.000Z
I've said it before...one of the reasons for buying commercial food products is *convenience*. Well, it just so happens with some jars and a bit of bulk prep time, amazing homemade, healthy food can be just as convenient.
And who doesn't like a quick, easy, yummy, satisfying breakfast like...pancakes? No joke, you grab a jar of premade mix, and add that to the liquid ingredients. The toughest part is melting the butter, which for some reason is the step that I usually procrastinate on.
These Clabber Cakes, as I call them, are light and fluffy, and so easy to eat topped with butter and maple syrup. Soured milk really does something delightful to pancakes.
Anyway...here's how to have a scrumptious, simple breakfast and use up that clabbered milk!
The original recipe is from [Einkorn Buttermilk Pancakes](soured-milk-pancake-mix-aka-clabber-cakes)
- 1 3/4 cups einkorn flour (both [freshly ground flour](https://www.allaboutjars.com/blog/le-parfait-3-l-jar-einkorn-flour) and all-purpose flour will work)
- 1 tbs granulated sugar
- 2 tsp baking powder
- 1/2 tsp sea salt
- 1/4 tsp baking soda
- 2 eggs
- 1 1/2 cups [clabbered milk](https://www.allaboutjars.com/soured-milk-aka-clabber-in-jars)
- 2 tbs unsalted, grass-fed butter, melted
- Sift all of the dry ingredients into a 1/2 L jar. (**Tip**: Find a sifter that has a narrow bottom opening so that it fits directly over the jar, preventing a mess and reducing cleanup time!)
- Label and store the sealed jar in the pantry until you're ready to cook!
- When it's time to make the batter, preheat a griddle or skillet over medium-low heat, and whisk all of the wet ingredients in a batter bowl until well combined.
- Add the dry ingredients from the jar, and mix briefly yet intentionally. Do not overmix.
- When the griddle is hot, melt butter onto it just before pouring the batter. These clabber cakes will bubble a lot! Flip them after you see bubbles and the edges begin to dry out. Cook until golden brown and repeat!
- Serve warm and top with your favorite maple syrup!