"Easy pancakes made from scratch. You can make interesting shapes for the kids, top with fruit fillings, whipped cream, or just plain old pancake syrup and butter."
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Ready In:
1 batch of pancakes




  • Blend all ingredients.
  • Brush griddle lightly with oil and heat.
  • Drop by spoonfuls onto hot griddle.
  • When the pancake bubbles, flip it over.
  • Cook the other side until lightly browned.

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  1. Rose Bud
    Just regular pancakes, but VERY good. Surprised my family w/breakfast this Sunday and this quick recipe was just what I needed.
  2. Jennifer B.
    Very easy and super tasty. I use vinegar and milk for buttermilk and cut the salt in half. I also use whole wheat flour. My 6 year old says they are way better than the ones I used to make by mix.
  3. Marcella B.
    These were very tasty , nice and fluffy. I did not have buttermilk so I used regular milk and coconut oil after mixing everything up I let it sit for 15 mins and started cooking.
  4. sconehead
    We don't use any prepackaged food so I am always on the lookout for good recipes that are quick and replace those sorts of mixes. This was very good. I did use egg replacement and wholewheat flour and they came out really nice. They were a bit more dense than I was thinking they might be but that is probably because I used the whole wheat. My 8 year old son GOBBLED them up and my slowpoke 15 year old ate alot faster than usual....think I will be making these again. Thanks for the recipe!
  5. MeredithYeverino
    My kids loved these pancakes. I used regular milk with some sweetened condensed milk as a substitute and it turned out so yummy!


  1. Mommy Greenest
    This is a really great basic recipe. As usual I tried to boost the health quotient of the recipe so I used vanilla rice milk instead of buttermilk and spelt flour instead of white flour. I also added blueberries, cinnamon and nutmeg. I whipped the batter with my handmixer to make it a bit fluffier. Next time I will add a bit more milk. Because I changed the original recipe significantly, I didn't want to assign a star rating.
  2. YesLioness
    Loved this recipe! My husband said the pancakes tasted way better than my usual Bisquick pancakes. Instead of liquid buttermilk, I used two tablespoons of powdered buttermilk, because I tend to waste milk I don't use often, and the pancakes came out so fluffy and soft! I'm done with
  3. _Ally_
    This has become my regular pancake recipe...with a couple of changes. I use a 1/4 cup of applesauce in place of the egg and vanilla soy milk in place of the milk. They are wonderfully delicious and wonderfully simple to make.
  4. winkki
    My older daughters (9 & 10 yrs) wanted to surprise us with breakfast. They got up early and went searching through Zaar for pancake recipes and chose yours. It was so simple and straightforward that they were able to do them completely on their own, start to finish, and turned out great. They used reconstituted powdered milk in place of the buttermilk and it worked fine. They've printed out copies to put in their own cookbooks, so this is destined to be an often-used recipe around here. Thanks!
  5. chellern_74
    These are very good pancakes. I substituted applesauce for the oil and Splenda for sugar and they were wonderful.



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