I made brownie batter, but I want to make pancakes. Can I somehow turn the batter into brownie pancakes?
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Nancy is a trusted home cook.
Add milk (or if you don't have any, water eith a little bit of mekted butter) to the batter.
Judge by eye and memory...you want a thick liquid (between thin texture of water and thick texture of brownie batter). Test by making a small pancake. If it works, you've got the right texture. If not, add some more milk and test again.
Also, if your batter has already sat for a while, the raising element may be exhausted. If the test pancakes are a bit flat, add 1-3 tsp of baking powder.
Good luck & please tell us your results...:)
With a little bit of melted butter
Thanks so much! they where great!
Lisanne is a trusted home cook.
wow, you should submit this as a recipe! Who wouldn't want brownie-batter pancakes?
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Well played. You deserve a cookie.
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