9 Reviews

OMG !!!! This is it.... look no farther!!!!! This is the best buttermilk pancake recipe and it feeds an Army.And the batter keeps well if you run out of Armies to feed...Make these pancakes and you won't be sorry....I made exactly as is and everyone loved them,I cooked some extra and froze them between wax paper for toaster pancakes.This worked great too!!! Love,Love,Love these pancakes!!!

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regina rose August 16, 2015

Very good pancakes. Texture was great. Thanks for posting.

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gwynn June 02, 2011

These were fantastic! I followed the recipe exactly as written, and my batter was a great consistency - no need to "tweak" it with any additional flour or milk. My only complaint - if you can call it that - is that using a 1/4 c. measure as directed yielded me a whopping 56 pancakes (I was only planning on 36!). But, since I was making these specifically to freeze as part of a OAMC session, it wasn't an issue - it's just a few more meals in the freezer, and next time I'll know to plan for more! Thanks!

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RSL June 17, 2010

Made for KK's Kitchen Fall Recipe Tag. I made this with the adjustments for 4 servings, using two eggs. Ohhhh my goodness these are very nice pancakes, and I am definatly saving this to my Start a New Day cookbook ...mmmm mmmm mmm. Thank You for a wonderful recipe.

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Chabear01 October 28, 2009

Great pancakes!! I made this for the 2 serving portion, it will feed two people for the next two days, which is great!! Very quick to get together!! My batter was really thin, so I add a little more flour. Thanks for sharing Kittycatmom!! Made for potluck tag.

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diner524 April 25, 2009

We enjoyed these for breakfast this morning. They even held together good enough for a lunch snack with peanut butter and jelly - rolled up.

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Hill Family March 07, 2009

"Stir until just blended" and our cast iron skillet gave these a more rustic texture and appearance than some others we've tried, but the flavor was great, and the texture light and fluffy. Two to three pancakes satisfied most appetites, so this is a great recipe for a houseful. We scaled it to three eggs, fed four people, and put half the batter in the fridge for tomorrow. Made for the Potluck Game, Jan. 09.

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Lavender Lynn January 17, 2009

These were delicious with a nice, fluffy texture. I also appreciated the hints on how to reduce the servings, because I made it for 7 servings, and it made a LOT of batter. I will definitely make these again! Made for 1-2-3 Hit Wonders Tag Game.

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JackieOhNo! January 12, 2009

I originally saw this on another recipe site. This is a great recipe for buttermilk pancakes. I make these about once a week or so. I cook up all the pancakes and freeze for the kids to heat up in the microwave for breakfast or snacks (I have a 6 year old carbaholic!) These are just like the ones you find a "greasy spoon" truckstops....they always have the best food!

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Cooking Mom of 7 November 23, 2008
Truck Stop Pancakes