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Great Pancakes. Just the way I remember growing up from Mom's kitchen.
These Buttermilk Pancakes came out "Perfect". The only small changes that I made was that, where I live (the Philippines), they don't sell buttermilk here. So, what I did, was I substituted it, by using 2 tablespoon of white vinegar to 2 cups of milk. And the of changed that I made was instead of adding 4 tablespoon of milk like the recipe calls for, I added 5 tablespoon to the already made batter. These Buttermilk Pancakes is being made every Sunday morning, along with Maple Syrup Sausages, and Scramble Eggs.
Excellent pancakes. Light and fluffy with good flavor. We enjoyed these very much. I really liked the blender method!
These were wonderful buttermilk pancakes Air Force Mama. We really enjoyed this lovely treat. The texture and flavor were spot on. Quick and easy to make, made exactly as written, wouldn't change a thing. I garnished these treats with icing sugar and butter, my favorite way to enjoy pancakes. Thank so much for sharing, I will be making these again. Made for Best of 2013 Tag Game, thanks lazyme for recommending.
Made this for two except used almond ext. instead of vanilla. Served with chokecherry syrup which has almond ext. in it also. Soooo good together.
Wonderful pancakes!! I scaled back the amounts as it was only me and then I topped mine with fresh strawberries and whipped cream, yum!!! Next time I might omit the sugar, as I always top them with sweet syrup or fruit. Thanks for sharing the recipe. Made for "Best of 2013 Tag Game"
Super simple and good. Thanks for sharing. Made for I Recommend Tag.
Awesome pancakes! Served mine with blueberries. I look forward to a second round with strawberries from the garden. Thanks! Made for the I Recommend tag game.
These pancakes are so good. They were perfect. Thanks Pumpkin :) Made for Name that ingredient tag game
Great pancakes, I made a full recipe and the DM and I had half for breakfast with some fresh fruit and sugar free maple syrup and I froze the other half which I later used by defrosting and then toasting and served with icecream as a dessert.