Red Velvet Pancakes — Move over red velvet cake, it's breakfast time with Red Velvet Pancakes made with Bisquick®! But wait, they wouldn't be complete without a wonderful rich and
creamy cream cheese topping - yum!
Strings of Flats — Stacks of these griddlecakes were eaten in the old lumbering camps where they were known both as "Flannel Cakes" and as "Strings of Flats,"
or "Flatcars," presumably for the railroad flatcars that took the lumber to market.
Welsh Cakes — These soft, tender cakes are a cross between a pancake and a baking powder biscuit, with elements of cookies and muffins thrown in for good measure. Sturdy enough to be eaten out of hand, they can be served plain; sprinkled with sugar (or cinnamon-sugar, our favorite); or spread with butter, and gilded with sugar or jam.