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Fluffiest Buttermilk Pancakes

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Fluffiest Butter Milk Pancakes


Pancakes! Pancakes! Pancakes! Can you hear the excitement in my voice?


Let's just take a moment to appreciate the fact that you can make a piece of cake in a pan on a stove, that is warm, and fluffy and oh so satisfying.


The smell of fresh pancakes fills the house. I've seen my mom make them a thousand times, and each time she does it is so exciting for me because there's nothing like waking up to that first stack of fluffy brown goodness on your plate in front of you. It doesn't matter how old you get or where life takes place; if we're talking about sweet dessert items then pancakes are king—at least until cake comes knocking at door with an invitation into its domain (and who am I kidding? Cake will always be number one).

Pancakes have been around since 26th century BC when they were invented by somebody named "Kitchir" which means “to mix” in Turkish but no one really knows what he sounded exactly...they just know that he made a bunch of noise while making them.


Pancakes are one of the oldest and most popular breakfast foods around the world. They are traditionally made from wheat flour, milk, eggs, and baking powder and cooked on a griddle or frying pan.


There are many different varieties of pancakes, including: thin and crepe-like French pancakes, thick and fluffy American pancakes, Russian blinis, Indian pudla or dosa, Scottish drop scones or Scots pancakes, Dutch poffertjes, Taiwanese dan bing, Japanese okonomiyaki, Korean hotteok, Chinese cong you bing and more!


Pancakes can be savory or sweet,


Whether you like them plain, or with a bit of fruit or chocolate chips mixed in, there is no denying that pancakes are one of the most delicious breakfast foods around.


And the best part is, they're not that difficult to make! In this article, we'll walk you through everything you need to know about making pancakes from scratch, including some tips and tricks to help you get the perfect result every time. So let's get started


Fluffy Butter Milk Pancakes

Prep time 10 min

Rest time 20 min (optional for fluffiest pancakes)

Cook time 20min -30 min (Depends on how many pancakes you make at a time)

Serving: Serves 6 people



2 Cups of all-purpose flour

1 tsp baking soda

2 tsp baking powder

2 whole eggs 1 egg yolk

2 cups of butter milk

¼ cup melted butter

3 Tbsp sugar

½ tsp salt

2 tsp of vanilla (optional)


Step 1: sift your dry ingredients in bowl (flour, baking soda, baking powder) add your sugar and mix.


Tip: It is best to use room temperature ingredients.


Step 2: wisk your eggs and egg yolk well


Step 3: Add your buttermilk and egg mixture to your dry ingredients and start to mix while slowly stirring in your cooled melted butter until completed incorporated.


Tip: Make sure your butter has cooled down before adding to your batter to avoid cooking your eggs.


Step 4: Next, make sure to rest your batter for 15 to 20 mins.


Did you know? that the gas created from the Carbon dioxide is trapped in the batter whick allows bubbles to form creating the batter to rise. This is what will ensure you get a fluffy pancake.


Step 5:  After your batter has rested, it is ready to use.


Step 6: Set your frying pan or griddle to medium heat and add 2 tablespoons of salted butter and using a ¼ measuring cup measure your batter and pour it in your pan.



Did you know?? You can also use olive oil or margarine to cook your pancakes? This gives them a nice crust around the edges.


Step 7: Repeat step 6 until all your batter is finish.


Serve with fresh fruit, maple syrup or and Enjoy! and remember Life's A Batch Make Something From It.


Whether you like to keep it simple with just butter and syrup or get a little more creative with fruit, whipped cream, and nuts, we hope you’ll give our fluffy buttermilk pancakes a try. And don’t forget the maple syrup – that’s the best part! What do you top your pancakes with?

Tell us your story about pancakes in the comments!

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