My kids and I love pancakes on the weekend. It’s a tradition of many families. Most of us buy the store bought pancake mix which makes preparation much faster. I started using an Alton Brown Pancake Mix recipe a few years ago. You can make about 3-5 weekends worth of mix at once. I store it in a Rubbermaid cereal dispenser and use it just like pancake mix. This method is economical, and I have found that I can sneak some fiber with whole wheat pastry flour, omega 3 fatty acids with flax and other nutrients with wheat germ into the mix. This recipe is my take on his original recipe. Mix this up every few weekends and store the mix in a bag or container in the fridge (flax meal keeps better that way). I love using banana slices on the uncooked side. When you flip them over the bananas get a little caramelized and sweet (skip the syrup!)
If I make these on Sunday, then I keep the leftovers in the fridge and I have breakfast for Monday (and even Tuesday, too). This makes for a quick nutritious breakfast on a school day.