Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 5 mins

This are a breakfast staple in the Hill households ... so good. They make a nice thick pancake but if you want them a bit thinner just add more buttermilk. Basic instructions are included - I'm sure everyone knows how to cook a pancake - if not have toast with jelly. ;)

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Place all ingredients in a blender and whip.
  2. Start with a medium hot frying pan. (Med hot means when you drop a few drops of water on griddle it should "dance" for a few seconds before evaporating.) Take pan off from heat source and spray with cooking spray, put back on heat, pour about a 1/4 to 1/2 cup of batter into pan. If the batter is thick just spread the top around to desired size and thickness with back of spoon. Cook until edges and/or top of pancake begins to look dry and flip. Cook on second side until golden brown.
Most Helpful

These were tasty and flavorful while not being too sweet. I was a bit skeptical when I poured the batter, because it was quite thin. The pancakes cooked up quickly, though, and had a nice texture, even though they were not thick and fluffy. I did notice some flour had stuck to the sides of the blender, so next time I would scrape the sides down and blend again to thoroughly incorporate all the ingredients. The flavor was really nice. I ended up with 6 medium pancakes. I will be making these again. Made for Every Day is a Holiday Tag Game.

JackieOhNo! November 23, 2009

We have never met a buttermilk pancake that we didn't like and these are no exception. Easy to make for a filling weekday breakfast. Made for PRMR Holiday Game.

Lavender Lynn November 18, 2009

These were so good, I'm going to stop buying pancake mix and make these instead. We really liked them alot. I did have to add an extra 1/2 cup of flour because the batter was very thin. I don't know if it's supposed to be that way or not but I like a thick batter. Thanks, Hill Family! Made for 123 tag.

Realtor by day, Chef by night November 01, 2009