Prepare pancakes as your normally would and allow to cool.
Lay them flat on a cookie sheet and separate each "tier" with aluminum foil to prevent sticking. Once all of the pancakes are cooked up, put the pancake-filled sheet pan into the freezer for two to three hours. It is ready when you can lift the aluminum foil from the pancakes without much sticking.
After freezing the pancakes on the sheet pan, stack them and separate them with small squares of parchment paper.
Transfer them to a freezer-safe bag and they fit perfectly without taking up much space. Some people use a bread bag to store and stack their pancakes. I think that is such a great idea because it would save TONS of space.
Reheat in toaster, microwave or toaster oven.
Make sure to serve these with a couple of Baked Eggs in a Muffin Tinfor a complete meal prepped breakfast. Use the Parchment Paper - If there is just one big thing I would suggest with this technique is to make sure you use parchment or something like wax paper to separate the flapjacks as they will stick and not come apart.Use Freezer Safe Bags or Containers - If you don't use freezer grade bags/containers then the pancakes can get freezer burn very fast and all your hard work will be in the trashcan.Freezer Storage Time: These stay safe for up to 3 months. Freezer Label: Use the Free Freezer Labels to mark all your freezer meals.
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