Soft and Fluffy Self Rising Flour Pancakes

Soft and Fluffy Self Rising Flour Pancakes


When it comes to making the most delicious pancakes, nothing beats homemade. With the help of self-rising flour, making homemade pancakes without baking soda or baking powder is a breeze. Not only that, but the taste of these pancakes is much better than their boxed variety. Plus, when you use self-rising flour instead of buying baking powder, you don’t have to worry about it going bad.

Since baking powder is only good within a few months of being opened, you can purchase enough self-rising flour to make several batches of homemade pancakes without running out or having to worry about it going bad. Not only are these pancakes tasty but they’re also super convenient to make and can easily be customized for any taste preferences. So if you’re looking for a delicious breakfast treat without any fuss, these pancakes are the way to go!

Self-rising flour has made many Southern recipes easier to prepare, as the baking powder and salt are already included in the flour. It is typically made from a lower protein all-purpose flour, as it grows in abundance in that region.

Many people use self-rising flour for baking cakes, cookies and pancakes. For example, if you wanted to make a delicious stack of pancakes with self-rising flour, all you would need is to mix 1 cup of self-rising flour, 1 cup of milk, 1 egg and 2 tablespoons of oil. Mix the ingredients until they are combined and cook them in a greased pan. You can enjoy your pancakes with your favorite syrup or jam!


  • Self-rising flour (known in some parts of the world as self-raising flour)
  • Sugar
  • Eggs
  • Vegetable Oil
  • Milk
  • Butter


First, preheat a griddle or skillet over medium to medium-high heat. Then, melt one or two TBSP butter.

Next, combine self-rising flour and sugar in a large mixing bowl and whisk to combine well.

Then, whisk together eggs, oil, and milk in a small bowl until combined. After this, pour the wet mixture into the flour mixture and whisk.

Last, pour 1/4 cup of batter onto a hot griddle and cook until visible bubbles form. Turn on the other side and cook for one more minute. Repeat until you finish all the batter.


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