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I just found a recipe for sheet pan pancakes. You make your normal pancake mix and pour the batter in a sheet pan (the metal ones with about 1 inch sides) and pour it about 1/2 inch thick.
Then you can put blueberries in the batter, or peaches, or bananas, of whatever. The sheet pan bakes in the oven all at once, so if you are making pancakes for a crowd, they are all ready at once. I have not tried this yet, but thought it was a good idea. I'll try it this weekend. It shows them being but into large squares, about 5 inches, with a pizza wheel cutter.

https://www.theflavorbender.com/sheet-pan-pancakes-oven-bake...

It sounds better than flipping a bunch of pancakes and trying to keep them all warm...

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I've made the low carb version, known as "puff pancakes" or "Dutch baby pancakes":

https://www.bakingoutsidethebox.com/low-carb-puff-pancake/
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Those look good too. I am going to try making some sheet pan pancakes this weekend. I'll post how they turn out.

Has anybody seen those Japanese pancakes? They are very fluffy and are about 3 inches thick.

https://tasty.co/recipe/fluffy-japanese-pancakes

You have to at the very least, click on the link to see the picture of them. Not like any pancake I have ever had.

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