How To Make Your Own Freezer Pancakes

This post may contain affiliate links. For more info please read the full disclosure statement

How To Make Your Own Freezer Pancakes - Freezer Cooking

I love to take a day and freezer cook. Top on my list is pancakes. I don’t like to buy them at the store I much prefer making my own. Why? Because I can determine what goes in them. Like for example I can use whole wheat flour, add pumpkin or flax seeds just to name a few of my secret ingredients :-)  You can also use a box mix and then stir in what you like.  I always like to make a few Mickey Mouse and “P” pancakes for those special days when I need them.

Just simply double, triple or quadruple your batch and then be sure they are cool then flash freeze and then place into a freezer safe container. Be sure to date them.

Here are a few pancake recipes you may enjoy:

Moms Cinnamon Flapjacks

Banana Chip Pancakes

Brown Sugar Oatmeal Pancakes

Pumpkin Pancakes

Red, White and Blue Pancakes

Be sure to check out our Freezer Cooking Series:

How to Freezer Cook Series – Part 1 – Sample Menu and Getting Started

How to Freezer Cook Series – Part 2 – Why Does Freezer Cooking Work

How to Freezer Cook Series – Part 3 – Planning Your Meals

How to Freezer Cook Series – Part 4 – Tips and Tricks for Freezer Efficiency

How to Freezer Cook Series – Part 5 – What Can You Freeze?

How to Freezer Cook Series – Part 6 – Freezer Storage

How to Freezer Cook Series – Part 7 – Tips for Thawing Your Meals

How to Freezer Cook Series – Part 8 – Make Your Own Freezer Pancakes

Comments

  1. Jennifer says:

    I love doing this with homemade waffles. Makes mornings quick & easy on the way to school.

  2. I have done this with french toast too!

  3. Totally did this when my son was growing up. Add to that the ice cube trays I filled with with homemade puréed baby foods…fond memories of being a freezer fanatic! From Working Mom Survivor

  4. Melissa@StockpilingMoms says:

    Great tip!

  5. Elizabeth Ohlhaut says:

    My mom always did this when I was growing up with both pancakes and french toast. She’d make enough on the weekend to last us through the week. She would save the bags from bread and stack the pancakes just like the bread was. Very convenient!

Speak Your Mind

*