Bulk Pancake Mix


This weekend Leanne and I spent a good deal of time in the kitchen. We made 8 loaves of bread, 2 zucchini coffee cakes (1 1/2 of them are now cut up and in the freezer for an easy breakfast), peanut butter oatmeal cookies and my latest adventure was to make my own bulk pancake mix. As the cooler weather is approaching I am thinking more about hot breakfasts but also quick ones too.  Mornings are busy around here.   We tried out the pancake mix for Saturday’s breakfast and it worked just fine! The kids are looking forward to having pancakes more often!  Here is the recipe..


Whole Wheat Pancake Mix


25 cups whole wheat pastry flour

1 ¼ cups baking powder

¼ cup salt

6 2/3 cups powdered milk


Combine all ingredients very well in a large bowl. Transfer to zip type freezer bags, label. Store in freezer to keep flour fresh.


To make one batch:


3 cups mix

2 eggs

¼ cup olive oil

2 cups water


Combine mix, eggs and olive oil. Add half the water, stir and only add enough of the remaining water to achieve the consistency you desire. Bake on a hot skillet. Serve with butter and real maple syrup! Yum!!




Banana Pancakes:


1 cup mashed bananas (approx. 2 large bananas) to one batch of pancake batter.


Blueberry Pancakes:


1 cup fresh or frozen blueberries to one cup of pancake batter.  


Chocolate Chip Pancakes:


½ to 1 cup chocolate chips to one batch of pancake batter.


Pumpkin Pancakes:


1t cinnamon

½ t ginger

To dry mix. 


1 cup pureed pumpkin to one batch of pancake batter. 



  1. Thank you SO much, this will make pancakes for breakfast so much simpler!


    Catherine :)

  2. Thank you Crystal so much for this recipe and I look forward to making this perhaps tomorrow as I have all the ingredients in the baking cupboard.

    Hugs and blessings


  3. Sounds great! Can't wait to try this one.



  4. Thank you for the recipe for the bulk pancake mix. We go through a lot of pancakes at our house. I am excited to give this a try!



  5. Thank you for giving this recipe. I have had this on my mind to do lately since we are trying to get back into a routine with home schooling.

    God Bless

  6. Hello!

    How may cups go into the baggies per batch?

    This is great by the way and I love your blog.

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    Also can you email me your reply at bsm.1987@hotmail.com because I don't see how I can subscribe to comments.

    Thank you!

  7. Hi, Just wanted to let you know I tried your Italian Pinto Beans recipe tonight and my family loved it. Thank you for sharing all your recipes. I plan to try lots more.


  8. Hi Crystal. I also make bread like you and I made this up for this weeks breakfast -thought you might like it.

    Thanks for sharing your recipes as well!




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