Pancakes! Really!? Who doesn’t love them? I’ll take this time to speak for the majority of us, and say out loud I FREAKING LOVE PANCAKES!
Not only do I love them but I can also eat them at any time of the day. It can be 8 o’clock in the morning or 12 o’clock midnight and you will find me in the kitchen getting my pancake groove on!
Funny thing is that I have a story behind pancakes. It goes a little bit like this; Once upon a time there was a young little cow by the name of Ambar and she LOVED her best friend Aunt Jemima. Ambar never wanted to try to have new friends like pancakes from scratch from down the street, she was actually scared to even try to talk to her till one day she decided to kick her fears to the side and try! She made pancakes from scratch and lived happily ever after, the End!
At least that’s how it goes in my head.
These pancakes are super easy, I mean extremely easy. Are you listening right now!? If so, go march into your kitchen and whip up this recipe, and pretty please tell me how they came out or you can just send me some through mail!
By the way, believe it or not I am currently blogging while my science professor is talking his life away .Ugh. Any who’s, getting back to the scrumptious buttermilk pancakes, YOU need to try this recipe! The pancakes come out fluffy, filled with flavor and once you pour syrup on them, boy oh boy you will be loving it! Yes, you have to buy buttermilk or make it yourself( which I have yet to try to make) but its sooooooo worth it!
-1 1/4 Cup of all purpose flour
-1 1/4 Cups of buttermilk
-1 stick of melted butter (one tablespoon -more for pan)
-2 Large egg
-2 Tablespoons of sugar
-1 teaspoon salt
-1 teaspoons of baking soda
-1 teaspoon baking powder
In a bowl add 1 and 1/4 cup of all purpose flour
Add 1 teaspoon of salt
Add 1 teaspoon of baking soda
Add 2 eggs
In a separate bowl melt 1 stick of butter (1/2 cup)
Add the melted butter to the other ingredients
Add 1 teaspoon of baking powder
For the BEST part add 1 and 1/4 cup of buttermilk
Whisk the ingredients together until smooth
It should look like this
In a pan set to low-medium heat, add a teaspoon of butter. When the butter is melted, scoop some of the pancake batter in the pan
When you see the top of the pancake like this, with bubbles on the top that pop, then its time to flip it!
It should look like this:) i like to press down on the pancake to make sure its cooked inside. If batter comes out when you press on it, then it needs more timeTo keep pancakes warm and fluffy place cooked pancake on a plate and while you continue to cook the other pancakes cover the pancakes with a bowl or something big enough to leave the heat inside
You can place a slice of butter on top of your stack of pancakes and pour as much syrup as you’d like! Enjoy!