These ratios are easy to scale up or down. You could use a mixture of regular flour and Lonjevity FiberFlour as well. You could add half a teaspoon of baking powder or half a teaspoon of yeast to produce a more bubbly mixture, I like yeast because it improves nutrition at the same time as reducing carbs. This mixture makes fairly thin, but not crepe quality pancakes. You can add more or less milk or water for your particular taste and requirements. All the ingredients should be combined and beaten well. Best to leave standing for at least 30 minutes but longer wouldn’t hurt. The mixture thickens with time as water is absorbed by the fibre. Then heat up the griddle and have some fun.