Love this recipe. I haven't played with it to add other elements, but it's a beautiful classic.
Simply the best tasting pancakes I’ve ever made. The batter is thick; once I flip them, I press them down with a spatula to even them out.
ABSOLUTELY Delicious! Fluffy goodness!
These were fabulous and fluffy!! Not sure I can go back to pancake mixes now!!
This recipe far outshines my old standby!
I added half tsp vanilla to butter and syrup and kept it on low on stove. A little lemon zest to batter works well with sweetness of syrup.
This will be my go to recipe from now on!
Made it using proportions recommended. Whipped egg whites then folded into batter. Other than that, all was the same. They came out decently fluffy. Good flavor. Gonna mess with it for more fluffiness next time.
I have made these several times now with slight variations and hands down is my favorite go too buttermilk pancake recipe.
Thick and fluffy, that's how I like my pancakes, and these pancakes did not disappoint! They are light, and have the slightest sweetness to them. I made extra pancakes, wrapped them in layers of wax paper after they cooled, stored in gallon-size freezer bags, and put into the freezer for another day! Next time I will add fresh blueberries to the batter. They were really good!
Delicious. Thank you for the fine recipe. I decided to use Celtic-salt instead of Kosher, and this created a small issue--my oldest, a 17-y.o., noticed a few bits of salt. I made sure to allow the milk & eggs to sit out 20 minutes before mixing & used coconut oil as I was nearly out of butter (wanted to make sure we had enough to put on top of the finished work). I have 2 teens and a 7-y.o., adding to the fact that pancakes are my favorite breakfast, so there were no leftovers!
Very good but the Joy of Cooking cookbook recipe for buttermilk pancakes is so so much better.
I really recommend everyone get this cookbook it is good and covers so many foods.
Really, really good. Only change was to use just 1/8 c. of sugar. Our new go-to recipe for great buttermilk pancakes.
This is my favorite buttermilk pancake ever, and our family has tried several through the years. It delivers a light, fluffy pancake - and I substituted the 2 c. flour with 1 ¾ c. white, ⅛ c. wheat, ⅛ milled flax seed. I also reduced the sugar by ½ and they were still delicious.
We added ~1 c. of frozen blueberries also. A note on quantity: The size of each pancake varied, but this recipe yielded enough for a family of 6 to have seconds and then I had 10 4-in. pancakes leftover. (I did NOT double this recipe.)
Thank you for ending my search for the perfect light, fluffy buttermilk pancake!
Great recepie! I did not have a regular flour so I used self rising flour( did not put baking soda nor baking powder). Panckakes came out fluffy and absolutely delicious !! Yum, will make them again. What I also did is I mixed sour cream with a little bit of sugar and maple syrup and served it along with pancakes. My kids licked their plates ;)
These are the BEST pancakes! I have made a couple times, and recently served with the Warm Berries and Nectarines recipe (also on FineCooking). They went together very well and were a huge hit.
i added blueberries to some and raspberries to some
i added a 1/4 wheat germ ...i will be adding it again next time...
i might cut down on the sugar a little
Made these this morning for my son's birthday. They were so fluffy and great. This is now my go-to buttermilk pancake recipe.
I've made many pancakes, but I've never managed to make that perfect fluffy moist pancake, but this is the best pancake I've stumbled upon. DEFINITELY A KEEPER. Not just another exaggerated "this is the best recipe ever", this is really the best.
Easy and tasty recipe! I now prefer this over any of the readymade pancake mixes. Some modifications: I didn't have buttermilk, so I used whole milk. Not as fluffy as buttermilk but the whole milk fat was still satisfying. And I had to halve the recipe (50% of everything) because it's just my husband and me. And! I made this on my Cuisinart griddler combo machine. Works great!
thick, though fluffy, over all, a easy and great recipe,(my husband says "they have a good flavor"...
All it needs is a little nutmeg! Delicious.
Outstanding. The batter doubled while it sat . I made 2 pancakes with it that way, but it was very thick. I added 1T milk, needlessly, because when I stirred the batter, it collapsed and was easy to work with. The pancakes puffed up on the griddle and were very tender. I did turn the griddle to 350 degrees as they were deep brown on the bottom before the top set at all. We substituted 1/3 white whole wheat flour and used less sugar. Thanks for the tip about freezing them - the recipe makes so many that the 2 of us could never finish the batch.
Everybody fought over the last pancake!
This is a great recipe. It went over really well in my household.
Delicious vittles....best ever. DONT TELL GRANNY
These were good, but not better than my go-to recipe for pancakes - Bisquick "Classic" pancakes, made with Bisquick, baking powder, much less sugar, milk soured with lemon juice, and eggs. This batter was so thick I had a difficult making it into round pancakes. The Bisquick recipe is not as thick, so it spreads into nice, round pancakes, which rise as they cook, making them light and fluffy as well.
Absolutely perfect. Really fluffy and tasty. Loved the thick batter as it was easy to work with but did not translate out to a heavy pancake. I always add frozen blueberries to my pancakes for flavor and health benefits. I then went tropical by substituting 1/2 c. coconut flour and then sliced bananas in with some shredded coconut. Fabulous!
Delicious and easy. They take longer to cook than my "ready mix" so the medium heat is important. I made them small (1/8 c. measure as scoop); a half batch fed both tween kids with a couple for me.
Spectacular. Just made them. Substituted Equal for the sugar so my diabetic hubby could eat them. We both loved them.
Great recipe! Made it 3 times so far. The first attempt was a total disaster. I tried to make it with powdered buttermilk. I must have used to much water. The recipe can be easily halved and it still turns out great. Make sure to use buttermilk.
Agree with everyone. This is the easiest and best recipe ever. Took the recommendation and used 2/3 buttermilk 1/3 eggnog. Divine! Also added banana slices. A hit with all ages.
My go to pancake recipe. Over the holidays I use half buttermilk and half store bought egg nog, with a teaspoon or three of vanilla. Even better.
This recipe is FLAWLESS!! Bravo Denise Mickelsen, bravo. I've ALWAYS wanted restaurant-quality pancakes like this at home. I like to add a touch of vanilla to my batter, but other than that... it was perfect.
These were light and fluffy. The batter is thick. Make sure to spread it out once poured so they don't turn out too thick to cook properly. These were really good. I used 1/4 cup malted powder and one tablespoon sugar in place of the 1/4 cup sugar listed. It turned out good.
I decided to try this recipe as alternative to our usual recipe - Martha Stewart's Cornmeal Buttermilk pancakes. Overall they were just okay. I will not make these again.
The recipe that finally taught me to make pancakes properly after years of trying and failing. Deserving of 100 stars. We can't get buttermilk where I live but I've found the yogurt or milk+lemon juice substitutes to work fine.
I loved the flavor of this recipe, but had trouble with it; the batter was super thick, so I added additional buttermilk. But the pancakes didn't really bubble up and rise, and were gummy inside. So I don't know what went wrong; any advice would be great.
These pancakes come out perfect every time!
Fabulous! I used organic powdered buttermilk(1 cup) and 1 cup non fat plain yogurt ...also used rapdura sugar ...they turned out fluffy, moist and tasty!
Simplest and best recipe i've tried yet. I used all whole wheat flour with 1/4c wheat germ and substituted a bit less sucanat for the sugar, and they were delicious. Especially with blueberries!
I love these pancakes. I like to add fresh blueberries. I have experimented with whether powdered buttermilk works as well as liquid buttermilk. I think I prefer liquid. I think this is a little better. But, this is definitely a favorite of mine.
Very good and super easy to make! Made in a nonstick skillet and they turned out nice and golden (and no extra butter needed). They turned out nice and fluffy! I have also halved the recipe without any problems. I may cut down on the sugar a bit next time, as they are the tiniest bit sweet. Will definitely keep making.
These pancakes were light, fluffy and had great flavor, not bland like other recipes I've tried. I even froze leftovers, defrosted in fridge overnight then warmed in 350 degree oven for about seven minutes, they were even better. This is my new buttermilk pancake recipe.
The very best pancake recipe I've tried. Super quick and easy to make, my whole family loves them! I prepare them on our cooktop's griddle (set at 350 degrees) and they turn out perfect every time.
These are terrific waffles- my kids love them. Powdered buttermilk works perfectly.
These pancakes were awesome! Among the best I've ever had, let alone made at home! They are super fluffy. After a few different 'ok' pancake recipes, this one has inspired me to go out and get an electric griddle so we can make these quickly, easily and often! (The most time consuming part was getting the temperature right on the stovetop griddle pan.)
Most ingredients are on hand at all times. However I recently read an article that said Buttermilk Powder is actually a good substitute for buttermilk so I think I'll try to find some of that to keep on hand so we can be even more spontaneous on those weekends we didn't have the foresight to have buttermilk on hand. Worth a try because I can't wait to make more of these which were loved by myself, my husband and the kids, including a really fussy 9-year old.
Very tasty!! Light and fluffy. I found they need to cook a little longer on a fry pan.
Pancakes were very fluffy and had a good flavor. I used an electric griddle and found I needed to lower the temperature a bit or they overcooked.