These buttermilk pancakes are a healthy breakfast alternative to morning toast and quick to make even when busy.
Making these pancakes from scratch takes less than 30 minutes from the
time you take out your bowl and the ingredients to when your family is
gathered around the table eating these tasty pancakes. Once you have
tried this healthy pancake recipe a few times you will be amazed at how
quickly you can make the batter and cook these buttermilk pancakes. I
have yet to see any of our pancakes make it to the leftovers. Doubling
this pancake recipe let's us have a great filling and healthy snack
On Saturday mornings our kids love to help with adding and stirring the ingredients. Adding 1/2 cup to a cup of blueberries to the remaining batter once we have cooked half of the pancakes gives a nice variation for our kids to choose between plain simple pancakes and blueberry pancakes.
I will guide you through this healthy pancake recipe so you and your family can enjoy these pancakes as much as our family does.
Fold the egg whites(step #3) into the batter(step #2). Pour or scoop
batter onto a griddle or frying pan at medium heat to the desired
pancakes size. Cook each side to golden brown. Watch for the air
bubbles coming through to signal the time to flip over the pancake.
Don't multitask or your pancakes will burn. We like to switch it up from
one week to the next--one week medium to large pancakes and the next
week small, 3 or 4 scoops into the frying pan at a time.
Have fun and enjoy these homemade pancakes with buttermilk. I always feel healthier when I know exactly what I have put into the foods I'm making and eating. We can get between 15-20 medium size pancakes from one batter. Small scoops will make around 25 pancakes. After a couple of trial runs you should be able to get the batter prepared in 15-20 minutes with another 10-15 minutes to get it all cooked.
Enjoy these quick and healthy buttermilk pancakes with your whole family.
Full stack of Pancakes
In our house... Ready...Set...Go!
Whip up homemade cream
& pile on some healthy fruit
All Dressed Up
Simple Pancakes on a plate
Our Kids Love'em
On a Pan or in a griddle,
Keep'em nice & lightly browned
Great tasting thick or thin
Try a double potion and have leftovers for a healthy snack