Pancake mixes contain high-fructose corn syrup, which is something that’s easy to buy and so you really want to be cautious about how much you use. If you find yourself needing to add a little more than you planned, you can use your favorite batter recipe and freeze it for up to a month.
Yes. For those interested in enjoying the flavor of homemade pancakes at their ultimate peak flavor, the key is to use the same batter, use the same cook time, and seasonings as your home-made pancakes. That’s why I add a bit of salt to my freezer version before freezing it. If you’re not sure how to do that, keep reading for a simple guide on freezing pancakes.
What is a hot-cold conversion? A hot-cold conversion is when an oil or fat is heated in a frying pan, but not all the way to a high enough temperature to brown the outside of the food. The mix is then cooled slightly, which causes the outside of the pancake to brown more and keep it from becoming mushy.
Can I freeze bacon? Yes. Bacon freezes well.
Can I freeze pancakes? Yes. Just don’t microwave them.
Can I freeze waffles? Yes. I know, I know. It seems a little obvious.
Can I freeze waffle batter? Yes. You can find a link to my gluten-free waffle mix recipe on my Gluten-Free Waffle Recipe page.
Can I freeze Eggo batter? Yes. Just make sure to cook them before freezing, or else they become soggy.
Can I freeze Buttermilk pancake mix? Yes.
Can I freeze Bismark batter? Yes.
Can I freeze My Favorite Pancake Mix? Yes. Just make sure you don’t refrigerate it!