Pleased to report, have been able to successfully make pancakes on an alcohol stove, a Packafeather XL. Maybe 'cakes on alcohol stoves is common, but it's new to me, and I'm tickled pink.
I've been using Kodiak Cakes Flapjack Mix (found at Stater's). Start the stove on high and let it warm up, maybe a minute, then throttle back about 3 or 4 turns of the flame control to a low flame. I found Jack's Imusa pan (at Kmart), which works wonderfully, and have been cranking out beautiful flapjacks with a lightweight kit...soon to get very lightweight as soon as I replace the pan's heavy handle. (A handle replacement is a must, because it's so big and heavy, it drags the pan off the stove if you don't hold it in place.)
Thanks to all for the hints and how-to's. Being able to flapjack in the backcountry is a BIG DEAL for me. Will provide welcome variety from the oatmeal-every-morning routine.