Yes and no, U can eat a lick or two without becoming sick. But consuming large amounts can lead to getting sick because of the raw egg in it. So I guess it depends on how much you eat any think more then a couple spoon fools might make you have a stomach ache.
It most likely is. If there are no preservatives added, when you re-constitute dry mix you are adding moisture, thus increasing the Available Water (aw) of the product. Batter is starchy and pathogens such as B. cereus LOVE starch foods- and they are sporeformers, so they will be heat tolerant and love through cooking. Batter is not at acidic product. The combination of a high aw and more basic pH would most likely make it a PHF. The only way to know for sure is to test the pH and aw and compare them to the FDA Food Code Interaction table for pH/aw.
I it has too many raw eggs, it could give you salmonella
Yes, you can, but it would be best to slice them first and then gently stir them into the batter. You can mix just about anything in pancake batter that doesn't have to be cooked first to be safe to eat. You can add any fruits, berries, chocolate chips, etc. that you want.
Shouldn't you have eaten them by now? Isn't a pancake only a pancake after its been made? Before that it's just batter, pancake batter. So If you've made your pancakes already, just eat them, jeez.
Too much sugar and too high of heat.
It is actually the egg and milk in the pancake batter that holds it together. The milks lactose reacts chemically with the flour and many other ingredients and creates gluten, which hardens the pancake batter and holds it together.
Though it can vary slightly per cake and based on the ingredients used, a cake batter is typically very smooth. It is smoother and less dense than a pancake, bread, or muffin batter, but not quite as thin as a crepe batter.
Pancake batter, oil.
Absolutely! Just make sure the consistency is that of pancake batter. Add a little milk to thin out the scone batter if necessary.
No, it would not be safe to eat the batter unless it is thoroughly cooked. Raw chicken can contaminate anything it touches with dangerous pathogens.
No It will be really bad by then