How to Make Homemade Breakfast Essentials like Easy Pancakes and Creamy Scrambled Eggs

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Cook #withme #stayhome Hosts Julia Collin Davison and Bridget Lancaster instruct viewers how to make Easy Pancakes. Tasting professional Jack Bishop challenges Bridget to a tasting of turkey bacon. Next, gadget critic Lisa McManus evaluations syrup dispensers, and science expert Dan Souza demystifies the science of baking soda and browning. Then, exam cook Becky Hays tends to make Julia a decadent variation of a breakfast vintage: Creamy French-Design and style Scrambled Eggs.

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  1. IstvanN1961

    Is American bacon sold in Canada?

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  2. Diane Britt

    I love this channel, but I gotta tell you there is no way I could eat those eggs. They look awful…lol

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  3. YochevedMiriam Russo

    “You can have these (scrambled eggs) for dinner, too.” Right. They just might be done by that time. (Rest pancake batter for 10 minutes. Then spend 14 minutes more stirring scrambled eggs? Ah, no. Gimme my bagel.)

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  4. Kathy Radford

    Those eggs look absolutely disgusting.

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  5. Mark Strouthes

    Syrup problem continues. Since maple syrup must be stored in the fridge, I need a syrup dispenser that is microwave safe.

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  6. Davida DAUSUEL

    I must say, that I have never seen anyone destroy eggs 🥚 like this woman did. I commend you for your ability to keep your composure while tasting that abomination of watery , snotty, cottage cheesy mess that she had the audacity to serve you and thought that it was the ( best ) way to serve them.

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  7. William Riley

    You don't need to re-invent the wheel… Bisquick mix makes the best pancakes on earth… (recipe is on the box…)

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  8. why do u want to know Tre

    😆 DollarTree has that same looking behive syrup dispenser too

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  9. Dave Gallagher

    A true pleasure to watch and learn from you two pro's

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  10. Toophless One

    I have an easier solution to the coffee-stained mug. Try rinsing it out after you are finished. Amazing results

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  11. charlotte barnes

    I'm making these pancakes so good

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  12. eric gillin

    has anybody used melted butter instead of vegetable oil?

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  13. BobGeogeo

    Some WW flour in the mix and a bit of cinnamon?

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  14. Rescue Ranger

    Anyone think that "creamy" scrambled eggs are absolutely disgusting?

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  15. WisdomVendor1

    Creamy is not the term to use for those eggs. Raw is more accurate. If you take 12 mins to make beaten raw eggs, you are doing it wrong.

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  16. Banjies

    "A polite breakfast 🍳". 🙂

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  17. A Lana

    One of my favourite duos !

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  18. Carla

    Oh yes, just made this for breakfast this Sunday morning. Absolutely delicious. I skipped the syrup and added a small handful of mini chocolate chips. My son had his pancakes with syrup. We both really enjoyed them. I also made an extra batch of dry ingredients for next time I want them, which will be again very soon. I'm on the lookout for a nice homemade swedish crepe recipe if anyone has one to share…. Thank you

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  19. sebeckley

    If anyone reads Nero Wolfe mysteries, he takes forty minutes for his scrambled eggs.

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  20. Mark Landgraf

    Oh! She said "fussy" pancakes! OTG

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  21. Keith

    I use wheat flour instead of white. They turn out great.

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  22. Erl DaGerl

    Lisa's hairdresser deserves an Emmy. Her hair always looks amazing.

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  23. Kimberly Olvera

    Excellent pancakes

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  24. gwen reed

    My Housman and great granddaughters love pancakes the girls love whip cream on them

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  25. Toni Buzzard

    Such great tips with the baking soda! Question: what type of spatula did you use for fliping the pancakes? I now have a good quality non-stick pan and need a spatula like that.

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  26. Kate Lundberg

    Turkey bacon… gak.

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  27. Diane Tackett

    But thank u

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  28. Diane Tackett

    I love scrambled eggs but I don’t think I could eat those. The texture I think would make me gag because they DONT LOOK done

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  29. kd1s

    I take time with the eggs but I use anywhere from 2 to 4 tablespoons of butter. And I don't add salt at the beginning.

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  30. MaMa Wesley

    Why do you say canadian bacon!? I never saw or heard of what you call canadian bacon… I have lived in Canada forever

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  31. Lynne's Channel

    I will definitively put aside the Bisquick and try making these pancakes. The one thing that made me cringe was the pancake stack. Back in Home Ec (over 4 decades ago), I was taught NOT to stack pancakes, because of the steam from the warm pancakes …can change their whole composition to mush.

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  32. Gray Stone Angel Buckley

    never have been much into pancakes 🥞 …
    it’s just the texture for me …
    can you use this same batter for #TeamWaffles 😁 ?

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  33. Tessa T

    In "Home Cooking: A Writer in the Kitchen," Laurie Colwin's recipe for these sort of eggs is to "stir as in a boiled custard until you think that your arm is going to fall off or until you feel you are about to start to scream uncontrollably," or words to that effect.

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  34. Avacarho

    Ever since my Grandma left me her BH&G cookbook back in the early 90s, I have not used a boxed pancake mix. This pancake recipe is similar to my grandma’s, and my two daughters and my friends have asked me for the recipe, which I’m happy to share as the recipe is perfect. My bff/roommate will buy box mix and I’ll find it months later with mealy bugs in it. The scrambled eggs look like they’re raw, and my eggs have to be firm. Besides the pancake being set, another tip for knowing when to flip the pancakes is that a pancake has little air bubbles that will appear to be ready to pop. My bff/roommate will buy box mix and I’ll find it months later with mealy bugs in it.

    Where’s the link to buy the winning syrup dispenser?

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  35. Okidata29

    SHUT UP! NO WAY
    How the hell are these people making pancakes without the heating element marks on them.
    I had to go back to stove cooking because of them.

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  36. sandy c

    I would love to see a face-off between Heston Blumenthal's scrambled eggs (he did a 30' TV program just on cooking eggs) vs ATK's French-style scrambled eggs.

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  37. BJ Speck

    One of my favorite oxymorons comes jumbo shrimp.

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  38. Stephen White

    The condescension for turkey bacon is palpable and completely justified. Bacon is delicious and knows nothing of poultry.

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  39. RedAmalgam

    Scrambled eggs with no butter???

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  40. RedAmalgam

    The pancakes still look spotty but I never really cared about that

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  41. Sasha DeNeve

    The turkey bacon review was very entertaining to watch. You could tell they just hated the fact that they had to do it, but were polite about it. The way she broke off a piece to taste it. You know she would have just grabbed each sample and eaten the whole strip if it was real bacon.

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  42. Len Moore

    try cutting back on the milk and adding sour cream or just use buttermilk

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  43. Rod McKenzie

    I love both the pancakes and the eggs. Well done!

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  44. Connie F

    Can't wait to try the eggs! BTW bought the kids cookbook for my granddaughter and she loves using it! How about a kids cookie and cake cookbook for kids? Could include how to turn some of the recipes into seasonal treats like for Christmas!

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