1 tablespoon baking powder Trying these tomorrow morning for sure. And the fact I can make the night ahead and just break out the griddle, yes please! Just give the batter a quick stir; it won't affect taste or texture. Bake lg loaf for 30 to 40 min more ( till sounds hollow. Regards from Australia, Makes morning so easy and tasty. Worth a try! Stir the batter with a whisk. I LOVE your recipes Mel! Add milk, oil and beaten egg, stirring just with a spoon until blended. Because these fluffy overnight pancakes have completely rocked our world. Even so, changes in: B. Powder, B. I will definitely make these again. I used yogurt in place of the buttermilk (half Greek yogurt and half milk since the yogurt is so thick), and they turned out perfectly. The flavor was good but there was nothing fluffy about these pancakes. At medium speed, beat for 2 minutes. Do 2 more times till all way round bowllet rise again 1 hourLightly grease a 9″ pie pan or 2 if you want 2 smaller loafsForm 1large ball or 2smaller balls  and put in pans. I don’t know that 1/4 cup water would make a difference, but I suppose it might cause the batter to be slightly runnier. Yummy and so easy! I mixed up the batter last night and made them this morning. Drop dollops of the batter … Absolutely! 1 2 3 Next. Thank you . 24 3-inch pancakes I used active dry yeast, but did not proof it first. Wondering if I should do it with the initial mix of all ingredients or after the rise during the “give a quick mix” before cooking stage. TRIED THIS RECIPE? I followed this and wanted to make for a friends birthday and they turned out watery and lumpy , I have tried these twice and they never got super big and puffy. Cover with plastic wrap or a towel; let rise in warm place until bubbly and almost doubled, about 10 to 15 minutes. I received your email yesterday with this recipe and took the suggestion of another and made this last night to have breakfast for dinner tonight – or what we call in our house “dinnerfest.” The recipe looks awesome and I can’t wait to try them tonight. 1/4 cup neutral-flavored oil (like vegetable, canola, avocado, etc) I have to teach a class this Saturday at our Stake Women’s conference on morning routines and easy make ahead breakfast and lunch ideas….can you guess where all my recipes are coming from? I am the only one who likes them. These were "ok" pancakes. They were so good and easy. Two Years Ago: Quick and Easy Pressure Cooker Applesauce Combine white rice flour, potato starch, tapioca starch, sugar, yeast, and baking soda. I made these with kefir (I always sub it for buttermilk, no issues) and white whole wheat flour and they came out great. The yeast not only helps with flavor (without making the pancakes taste overly fermented or like a dinner roll), but as the batter rests overnight, the yeast works it’s food science magic ensuring you’re going to get the lightest, fluffiest, most delicious pancake ever. Thank Mel! I was afraid!! You, of course. Pour the wet mixture into the dry mixture, using a wooden spoon or fork to blend. These ‘flaps’ are amazing! I’m interested. You can customize the pancake as well, to your taste. {wink, wink}. I love you Miss Mel!. Turned out absolutely amazing! I only made half a batch but preparing to make another for tomorrow! So nice to have done all the work the PM before!! I can see throwing it together in the morning before work and having breakfast for dinner in a matter of minutes after we all get home! I don’t know if this person actually TRIED tha’ recipe? This is our new favorite! Made better fr I and cooked them this morning(sat)….my wife loved them…put 5vacuum bags of 6 in freezer for future…THANK YOU!!!!! Several people in the Food department thought they had the best recipe for buttermilk pancakes until they tasted this version from Bette's Oceanview Diner in … Well these turned out tasty! Two of my girls dipped into the pancake batter early and they loved them! Big thumbs up from both me and my five year old pancake expert. I’ve made these twice now exactly as written and the ratio is perfect and the pancakes very fluffy. 2 cups buttermilk. Fluffiest homemade pancakes I’ve ever made. And were super easy. Add the eggs, buttermilk and oil. I have an overnight sourdough pancake recipe that is amazing, but these might just top that! Hi Mel, As an Amazon Associate and member of other affiliate programs, I earn from qualifying purchases. 4 cups–woo hoo! This seems like it would make a lot of pancakes! Cover the bowl and refrigerate for at least 8 hours (or up to 24 hours). Looovvveee the make-aheads that are perfect for him. salt and mix wellWork in 4 cups  flour (I used bread flour, next I’ll try ap flour), till nice smooth ball forms. Yes, the baked and cooled pancakes should freeze great! I love seeing all the goodness you are whipping up in your kitchens! Overnight Cinnamon Oatmeal Pancakes Thanks!!! http://www.melskitchencafe.com/wp-content/uploads/Mels-Kitchen-Cafe-25-Best-Recipes-eBook.pdf. I was so happy to have tasty, cooked all the way through, gluten free, fluffy pancakes for the first time in 18 years. I am not a novice cook by any means, and weigh my ingredients meticulously and do not overmix my batters.. Total Time: I tried your suggestion milk + lemon juice for the buttermilk and adding an extra 1/4 cup of flour. Hi Judy, you could cut the recipe down (even cut it to 1/4th) which would help! Any help would be appreciated. https://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/buttermilk_pancakes_10390 If you actually tried—Can you list what your ratios were that you came up with? Can’t wait to see how he likes this one tomorrow! Surely this small amount of extra water could not have caused such a liquid batter. Cook pancakes until edges are dry and surface is bubbly. So brilliant. Flour: I almost always make these pancakes with 100% whole wheat flour (but they are divine and almost dessert-like with all white flour); I use white wheat as opposed to red wheat (I grind hard white wheat berries in my wheat grinder - you can read more about the differences here). https://www.greatbritishchefs.com/recipes/buttermilk-pancakes-recipe https://www.yummly.com/recipes/fluffy-pancakes-without-buttermilk … Mix until...","url":"https:\/\/www.melskitchencafe.com\/overnight-buttermilk-pancakes\/#mv_create_1315_2"},{"@type":"HowToStep","text":"Cover the bowl and refrigerate for at least 8 hours (or up to 24 hours). They are fluffy and soft as good pancakes should be. I just made these after seeing your Facebook post. It turns out perfect every time. Looking forward to trying this one this week to share this weekend. So happy that these are mixed in one bowl, i get so cranky when I have to bust out more than one for pancakes! Cover and let rise in a warm place until doubled (about 30 minutes). I used the sour cream substitute and used regular flour. Heat the oven to 325 degrees. Let pancake batter rest for 10 minutes. Microwave on HIGH in 15 second increments until very warm but not hot to the touch (120° to 130°F). Cook the pancakes on a hot griddle or skillet and serve. The other recipe— some complaints was tha’ batter was too ‘yeasty’. A five star recipe! packet Fleischmann's® RapidRise Yeast. Combine milk and oil in a microwave safe bowl. I loved how simple it was to put together. Whisk flour, sugar, baking powder, baking soda and kosher salt together in a bowl. I did use (as I do for most all baking)—White Lily Flour. Not sure what I did wrong. Just hubby and I, but I would love to have these around for grandkids. I didn’t have enough buttermilk so I tried your sour cream substitute, but with Greek yogurt (1 c yogurt + 1 c milk = 2 c ‘buttermilk’). Both fresh and reheated, they are the fluffiest, most pillowy pancakes I’ve ever had. Thank you Mel! I took it out, uncovered it and  it smelled good. Prep Time: Yesterday I saw some leftover batter in the back of the frig from 10 days ago. I did whole wheat this time, but want to try white flour next. How many servings does this make? This one didn’t work for me. Oh, and yum again. Don't Be Alarmed: if you've used whole wheat flour and the batter has a slight gray tinge on top when you uncover the bowl the next morning. It was in a pitcher, covered with plastic wrap, so I guess it could breath, and didn’t go bad. This was a winner, I’m so excited! You’re hydrating your dough to 174 percent, which in ratios, pancake batter could go anywhere from 80 to 100, probably 110, percent liquid content. Heat griddle to 375 degrees. Hey Angela – sorry this recipe didn’t work out for you. I made these pancakes for my family’s brunch on Sunday. I’ll stop putting it in the refrigerator:). How do your pancakes come out so thin?Do you let the batter come to room temperature a little? Thanks, Mel! A ‘Tony’ person commented that the ratios were off. These were amazing! The Best Pressure Cooker Macaroni and Cheese, Easy One Pot Beef and Broccoli Ramen Noodles. THANK YOU- THANK YOU- THANK YOU!!! I already think I have the absolutely BEST pancake recipe…but you have given me SO MANY excellent baking recipes that I also will keep an open mind and give this a try. Another popular buttermilk sub is mixing milk and lemon juice together. Using the whisk, make a well in the center. Yes, I think you could add vanilla – it should be fine adding it with the initial batter ingredients. Saves on waste and money!! Turn; cook other side until golden brown. Thanks in advance!! I’m asking because this recipe as written by Mels has been altered from original as well. We let the starter 'grow' before we actually used it - no dry yeast was added directly into the batter. These are delicious and they were well received by my family……Even my fickle grandchildren. Top as desired. So I will up the amount to a scant 1 t next time I make them. Made these last night and had them this morning. It’s a recipe for pancakes. I did not knead it,transfer to an oiled bowl. Heat milk and water until very warm (120-130°F). Thanks for the review on cutting down the batch, Sarah! Making this comfort food is really easy. Grease it with oil. I did add in an extra 1/4 C. flour per your recommendation since the homemade “buttermilk” is thinner, but my pancakes were fluffy and delicious. Thanks for a great idea! Thanks! Mix until evenly combined (don't overmix, just mix until no dry streaks remain).Cover the bowl and refrigerate for at least 8 hours (or up to 24 hours).When ready to make the pancakes, uncover the bowl and give the batter a quick stir (just once or twice with a spoon or spatula; don't stir vigorously or overmix). Add it to the pancake batter with the other wet ingredients. Mostly because I found the ingredient amounts as listed (in my version) worked better for me. With Pancake Day creeping up once more, it’s time to get in the kitchen, make some batter and dig into a stack of buttermilk pancakes. baking soda 1/2 c. buttermilk Mix dry ingredients and add molasses to yeast and water mixture. I make these about every three weeks and freeze them so I can pull a few out each time I serve them. I thought it was a fair question and I didn’t see anything in your article as to why. I am so excited to have a way to use up all of that whey!!! Combine the melted butter and milk (or buttermilk). So when my sister, Emily, told me she had found the most amazing overnight pancake recipe in all the world, I was a little skeptical it could replace our other favorites (and even come close to rivaling this tried-and-true fluffy sour cream pancake recipe that we make all the time, as well, even if that one isn’t an official “overnight” recipe). Thank you so much! As I also try to give her a hot breakfast, anything that makes this non morning person not have to work too hard first thing in the am is awesome. It is the wheat flour reacting with the baking soda and buttermilk. DIRECTIONS. In addition to making it overnight for breakfast the next morning. Share with our community. Cook the pancakes on a hot griddle or skillet and serve. The next morning I woke with a nice ‘bubbly’ batter. They tasted good but were flat‍♀️. For sure the fluffiest pancakes I’ve ever made. If it isn’t going to be within a day or two, I’d cook them all and freeze. It is the wheat flour reacting with the baking soda and buttermilk. That’s awesome!! Results 1 - 10 of 21 for yeast pancakes buttermilk. Can I just double or triple the recipe? Especially excited to try them with the whole wheat flour as we are always trying to use more whole grains. I love that the batter can be made the night before. So easy for a big crowd! I haven’t kept the batter longer than a day – but you could try. I’m a LONG time reader but I don’t comment ever! this nice… ‘wholesome’ flavor with a bit of a ‘chew’ for me. I also substituted leftover whey (with a few Tbsp of yogurt mixed back in) for the buttermilk. my children loved these, I will be printing this out for our folder of trusted recipes. https://www.thekitchn.com/recipe-christmas-morning-pancakes-252577 Don't over stir or pancakes will be tough. 1/2 tsp. Dry will keep in the fridge or freezer indefinitely, whereas after mixing the wet, you should probably use it within a day or it will start to ferment. © Mel Add to flour mixture. I also soak one cup of quick oats in 2 cups of water overnight and add it to the batter just before cooking in the morning. Hi! As an Amazon Associate and member of other affiliate programs, I earn from qualifying purchases. Our tablespoon here is a   4 teaspoon measure. Yeast: if you only have active dry yeast, use the same amount and dissolve in 1/4 cup warm water. I’ve tried freezing the extras, but they don’t taste the same later. :) Thank you! I’ll try to make them with my ratios, see how they turn out. Not only are the pancakes incredible made with all-purpose flour (I always use unbleached), but they are honestly equally as amazing when made with 100% whole wheat flour. I haven’t tried a gluten free flour so I’m not sure – sorry! Loved these! 4 cups buttermilk (see note) If I wanted to half the recipe do you think a standard packet of instant yeast would work? Try cutting back on the flour just a bit and see how that goes. I also saved half the dry ingredients after mixing them (since it’s hard to halve a yeast packet) and put it in the fridge to save for future use. What a great recipe! Overnight Maple and Brown Sugar Oatmeal. 1 teaspoon salt I put a few in the freezer to have later with peanut butter smeared on top. I halved the recipe and it was just right for us, They were so light and fluffy and added blueberries too! You’ve never met a fluffier, tastier pancake until you’ve tried these overnight pancakes. So I turned it into a sourdough starter and baked 2 loafs of bread. Do you think this batter could be used to make waffles? They tasted great both days. Combine and whisk together the dry ingredients in a large bowl: flour, yeast, sugar and salt. The batter came out very thick and almost dough-like. Ido not know why I did not get them previously. Follow @melskitchencafe on Instagram and show me the recipes you are making from my blog using the hashtag #melskitchencafe. All recipes someone is going to complain. I think I’m going to make these every weekend. How will they ever experience true joy??? Thank you for another great recipe. Vanilla Bean Paste right before cooking them,  I made no MAJOR—deviations to Mels recipe. I'm Mel! If you know anyone who has celiac or cannot eat gluten, they should know how easily this recipe translates to a gluten free diet. You could add 1/2 cup more flour without any adverse effects for a thicker batter next time. As for the avocado oil, I just keep it in the pantry. Please answer I NEED to know. I’d probably use a scant teaspoon of yeast for a 1/4 recipe. Mix until evenly combined (don't overmix, just mix until no dry streaks remain). Also cut to 1/4? As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. So excited for these! The key here folks, I’m telling ya THE key is to use REAL buttermilk, the kind that’s thick and rich with real butter flakes in it, not anything you have to add to regular milk or buttermilk powder etc, that just will NOT cut it, will be too runny. My pancakes were flat, the flavor was nice but the texture and fluffliness left much to be desired. I’m curious about this too–I love waffles and don’t really like pancakes (even though we use my go-to recipe for both). These look so awesome! Three Years Ago: Shepherd’s Pie I’m sorry, I’m not sure what you mean. Fluffiest whole wheat pancakes ever! I am sure straight buttermilk would be even better, but I am excited about being able to use up something that I have laying around anyways. And if you haven’t, I promise that it is worth trying. Make three  gashes  1/4 inch deep  on top of loafDon’t let raise againBake in middle of oven @ 400 degrees for 10 min. My first take w yeast pancakes. These look great! But generally, they are slightly sweet, with the buttermilk providing a bit of a tang. Pour or … OMGoodness. Category: Breakfast I am making for a large amount of people. Thanks for letting me know! These were so good! Very good pancakes, very lite and fluffy, Makes a very big batch of pancakes. Hi Mel, we love your overnight oatmeal pancakes so I had to try these. Overnight Steel Cut Oats This one makes 24 pancakes. Love this! Would it kill the yeast? Do you think it would’ve better to make them all and freeze or keep some in a ziplock bag or make what I need And keep the batter in the fridge another day? I did mix in about 3T yogurt to the whey before adding to the mix. I used all WW flour as well. It might get a stronger yeast flavor/smell. Thank you. The batter was definitely thinner and it gave it a weird taste. I love that this recipe is so adaptable! I’ve made them many times and definitely a favorite for us! Disclaimer: I am a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for me to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites. Whisk flour, sugar, baking powder, baking soda, and salt in a large bowl. . I really don’t know what happened to my batter…it was VERY runny….not at all thick and certainly didn’t need any help spreading! I’m hoping it makes up for all the other mom fails they get to experience on a daily basis. https://natashaskitchen.com/quick-and-easy-buttermilk-pancakes-recipe Combine flour, sugar, dry yeast, salt and baking soda in a large mixing bowl. Maybe the pancakes would be even better with buttermilk, but if they turned out as good as they did using up my whey, then I’m going to keep doing it that way to save money and waste. I don’t know. Another popular buttermilk sub is mixing milk and lemon juice together. #FLEISCHMANNSYEAST @FLEISCHMANNSYEAST, ©2020 ACH Food Companies, Inc. FLEISCHMANN’S is a registered trademark of AB Mauri Food Inc. Used under license.1-800-777-4959   privacy policy   terms of use. Haha, well that might be a SUPER scary post, but I can get some details and maybe add them to the next Friday Thoughts post I do?? Cooked them in a cast iron skillet t get those nice ‘crusty’ edges. Hi Mel!!!! Combine milk and oil in a microwave safe bowl. Whisk together the dry ingredients in a large bowl or, as I frequently do, a large glass measuring cup. Required fields are marked *. The milk + lemon juice sub might be a bit too thin (and the only reason I hesitate to fully recommend it is because the batter will be thinner, and I’m not sure how that will affect the fluffy texture of the pancakes). Enjoy”, Hey, you should start a blog! You just need a few simple ingredients, many of which you probably already have at home. They are just wonderful! Not yet! Are you asking why I altered it from the original Taste of Home recipe? They did have some good flavor to them, a light hint of yeast/sourdough flavor. ","position":1,"name":"In a large bowl (with room for the...","url":"https:\/\/www.melskitchencafe.com\/overnight-buttermilk-pancakes\/#mv_create_1315_1"},{"@type":"HowToStep","text":"Add the eggs, buttermilk and oil. Recipe Source: adapted from Taste of Home (my sister sent me the recipe after making it and loving it). The whole wheat flour mellows overnight as it soaks in the buttermilk/yeast mixture and results in truly some of the best pancakes ever. Remove from griddle and serve immediately. Please let me know! You showed in your blog the original or ‘other’ recipe but it had 6 eggs instead of your 4 and so on. Thank you! Lightly grease a griddle or skillet with cooking spray or a little oil. I was wondering if you use buttermilk here or a substitute….I have been using the sour cream and milk sub lately and wondered if you think that would work here? They were so fluffy! Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Thank you! I want to try this and gave read the article for an answer. 1 egg, beaten. tried-and-true fluffy sour cream pancake recipe, Sweet Balsamic Glazed Pork {Slow Cooker + Instant Pot}, Quick and Easy Pressure Cooker Applesauce, http://www.melskitchencafe.com/wp-content/uploads/Mels-Kitchen-Cafe-25-Best-Recipes-eBook.pdf, 4 cups (20 ounces) all-purpose or whole wheat flour, 1 tablespoon instant yeast (see note for active dry yeast), 1/4 cup neutral-flavored oil (like vegetable, canola, avocado, etc). That’s about 2 1/4 teaspoons usually. It seems like with 4 cups of flour it makes a lot of batter. For me, nothing taste better over pancakes than Fried Apples in their sauce/syrup that developed. So happy to hear you loved them, Christie! We LOVE pancakes at our house! Some small lumps are okay. My kids were super excited about pancakes on a school morning. The buttermilk batter is stirred together the night before so breakfast the next morning is easy as can be! Thanks for the detailed review…I’ll definitely try them with whey at some point. No one wants to read a book about it. Make-Ahead Raised Waffles Hi Gale – I often pick up a bag of hard white wheat berries from a grocery store in my area that carries them in bulk (Winco), but there’s also a local wheat farmer that lives about 20-30 miles north of me and I stocked up on 5 gallon buckets of wheat a couple years ago. Because I cannot eat gluten, I used America’s Test Kitchen GF flour blend in equal exchange for the wheat flour. When you say it will save for a couple of days in the fridge is that with the added ingredients? Its so thick to pour when refrigerated! Family of one. I served them with Maple Syrup and also Fried Honey Crisp Apples. thanks to you! Thank you for great recipe!!! Thank you for another way to make my mornings easier, I love your make ahead breakfasts so much! And something else that makes these overnight pancakes a standout? Is that where I messed up? Whisk together flour, baking powder, baking soda, salt, and sugar in a … Angela. Funny you asked – I meant to try it out before posting the recipe and never got around to it, but I’m making the batter tonight and will try in the morning. Add the mixture to the dry ingredients. Maybe my battery was too thick? Despite the yeast, they did not taste yeasty. Mostly, I love dark chocolate and joggers (not jogging). I made these egg-free (subbed 1/4 flaxseed + 3/4 C water mixed in a bowl and set aside for 5 minutes till it’s thick) and dairy free (just under 4 C. almond milk + 1/4 C. white vinegar, mixed in a bowl and set to the side to thicken), and they were awesome! Delicious! I love this recipe! It sounds like 1 1/2 teaspoons yeast would be the right amount for a half batch. We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. It is such a big recipe, sometimes we can’t eat it all. 15 minutes I don’t really plan an official breakfast menu, I just make what we have time for or are in the mood for, and I give myself lots of mental high fives if I’ve managed to plan the night before. It will keep in the fridge for several days. Mix the two, beat vigorously. This recipe makes a lot so for two people I would quarter it. Here’s  how i did it. Mel, will you please share with me how to get the free e-book, “25 Best Recipes in the History of Forever”? In addition to using whole wheat flour I also add a generous portion of chopped walnuts. Add the eggs, buttermilk and oil. ","position":3,"name":"Cover the bowl and refrigerate for at least...","url":"https:\/\/www.melskitchencafe.com\/overnight-buttermilk-pancakes\/#mv_create_1315_3"},{"@type":"HowToStep","text":"When ready to make the pancakes, uncover the bowl and give the batter a quick stir (just once or twice with a spoon or spatula; don't stir vigorously or overmix). Your email address will not be published. I prepped them on a whim last night, and I’m so glad I did! I’ve been an avid reader for years but haven’t ever commented … I sort of look to you not only as a rock-star-in-the-kitchen mentor, but also a bit of a lifestyle guru . These were great. I’ve shied away in the past from any batter that needs to rest because on a big breakfast morning,  no one wants to wait,  But, throwing together the batter the night before was genius. Maybe 6 made the batter too rich? BTW, the pancakes were wonderful! P.S. https://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/canadianbuttermilkpa_70009 The consistency was thinner and I think I’ll just cut back on the water a little bit next time. I only had active dry  yeast and fermented it in 1/4 cup of water. Thank you for this recipe. And not just a favorite pancake list but all the way to the top of our favorite breakfasts of all time list. Pour the buttermilk … I am a Krysteaz pancake brand user only and these turned out even better. If not, you can download it here: Not only are they ridiculously easy (throw everything in one bowl, mix, refrigerate, make pancakes the next morning), but the fluffy, soft, melt-in-your mouth texture is extraordinary. Print You are a delicious cook! Some of our oft-made breakfasts require overnight prep, which makes the morning pretty awesome: Overnight Buckwheat Oat Waffles I try to make them on the weekends and freeze so they can be quick and easy microwave breakfast to grab. Notes That being said, do you think you could do a post about your school-day morning routine? Your liquid to flour ratio is extremely high. If you continue to use this site we will assume that you are happy with it. I was wondering how that would work with the yeast? Thanks again! In a large mixer bowl, combine 1 cup flour and yeast; mix well. I’m not sure about the specifics of this recipe, but I’ve recently started making buttermilk pancakes that sit out overnight (just the flour and buttermilk, the rest of the ingredients get added in the morning) and it makes the wheat more easily digestible for those with gluten sensitivities. The yeast adds a delicious different flavor. For the buttermilk pancakes, we used a sourdough starter which was made by boiling potatoes, then straining them out and then adding yeast to the water. 1 tablespoon granulated sugar This will be perfect to add to the list. If you’ve made yeasted waffles before, the idea of putting yeast in the batter shouldn’t alarm/surprise/annoy you too much. I used half wheat & half regular flour. more. Electric Griddle Instructions I’m so excited to try this one Mel. I used the lemon juice and milk substitute for the buttermilk and it totally gives it the wrong flavor. Also I am from Australia and was working on your tablespoon being 3 teaspoons. https://www.cooksillustrated.com/recipes/4815-best-buttermilk-pancakes I used regular buttermilk and weighed my flour. The pancakes were magnificent! I suggest saving half the dry ingredients rather than half after mixing in the wet. I’m going to give these a try this weekend. Add it to the pancake batter with the other wet ingredients. Or if it would absolutely ruin it and I should forget about it all together? Buttermilk Substitutions: I almost always have storebought buttermilk on hand, and I haven't tried any substitutions for this recipe; however, if doing so, my go-to buttermilk substitution these days is equal parts sour cream and milk whisked together (gives a thicker consistency similar to buttermilk), and I think that would work well in this recipe. Heaven~ and just in time for National Pancake Day! I made these a few weeks ago and froze the leftovers. Silicone Spatula Heat on high for 15 seconds increments or until mixture is very warm, but not hot to touch. Don't over stir or pancakes will be tough. 20 minutes So delicious, fluffy, and tasty! I will say this—it’s really not cool to RATE or give a bad comment on ANY recipe that you’ve changed by altering ingredients that are ‘scientifically‘ crucial to structural outcome and texture. Whisk eggs and vanilla together in a separate small bowl. Make the batter a quick stir ; it wo n't affect taste or texture nothing better. 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