Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 5 mins

This is Pamela Lanier's Bed and Breakfast recipe from the Inn at Round Barn Farm in Vermont. I love it since it is fail proof and delicious! I make this at least once a week and have also made extra to freeze for later.


  1. Whip cottage cheese in KitchenAid or similar mixer. Add the flour and eggs and start the mixer again. With mixer on, add melted butter. This should be a thick batter.
  2. Test a small amount of batter on grill. Add a small amount of flour if it needs thickening.
  3. Cook pancakes until golden, then flip and cook for an additional minute. Do not overcook. These pancakes are moist and should spring back to the touch.
  4. Serve plain or with favorite topping.
Most Helpful

I've made several cottage cheese pancake recipes. This is my favorite. I like using the mixer on the cottage cheese before adding the rest of the ingredients. Very easy! My kids loved tonight's breakfast dinner. Thank you.

Empire920 November 19, 2011

So good. Light and fluffy. My DD and DH love them. I halfed the recipes because normally they dont eat a lot of pancakes. I got got 4 good size pancakes out of it. The next time I will make the full batch since everyone was hmmm ahhh and asked for more.

YungB October 25, 2009

OMG!! I cannot wait to mix a batch for my grandkids! They will think their granddad is a chef!!! Very easy and extremely good!

Gerry C. April 01, 2014