Mom's Buttermilk Pancakes
These light and fluffy pancakes go great with berry syrups.
Fresh buttermilk is the secret ingredient for light and fluffy cakes in this buttermilk pancake recipe.
This pancake recipe comes from a hand-written addition to my mother's cookbook. It is simply the best pancake recipe I've ever tried.
My family loves these pancakes! They are extra fluffy. I sometimes sneak in some chocolate chips and/or blueberries in there, and they love it. You can definitely do variety with this to make them fun.
This recipe was fabulous. I added a bit more baking soda to the second batch I made for a fluffier consistency, and it worked perfect. These pancakes were so light, fluffy, and delicious. No one in my house really likes pancakes but to my surprise we all loved them, and I even got a few comments such as “this is the best pancake I’ve ever had” which made me feel good about the work I put into it. These pancakes go well with syrup, although I wish I added fruit salad to it as a side. I recommend this to anyone reading. Love this recipe 10/10
These were excellent pancakes, my whole family liked them! I followed the recipe exactly with the exception of the buttermilk because I didn't have any so I did the milk/vinegar thing and they turned out fine. The pancakes were very light and fluffy and 1 batch of batter made ten 3 inch pancakes. This was plenty with bacon and eggs to go with them but if we were just having pancakes I would double the recipe for a family of 4. Thanks for the great recipe!
Soo light and fluffy! (And yes, as written, too salty for most people.) I used 1/2t salt instead of the full t and I’m considering going down to 1/4 next time. I wouldn’t cut the baking soda at all. I also added a little coconut extract which I always do when making pancakes. Other extracts or citrus fruit zest would be great too but are not needed. These pancakes are delicious plain.! The batter is thick (light but thick) so they don’t form perfectly round pancakes but who cares. They also don't form the popped bubble top by the time the bottoms are done (which is usually how you know when to flip) so you need to watch them carefully. So yummy! I absolutely will make these again. And again and again. Lol