This morning I made buttermilk pancakes, which I mentioned earlier as the recipe I found on ‘Bon Appetit’ dot com, as ‘BA’s Best Buttermilk Pancakes’ ~ now my go-to recipe for making pancakes from scratch. There’s something truly authentic about making pancakes from scratch for breakfast, possibly a deeper connection that hearkens back to our pioneer spirit!
My wife organized the dry ingredients last night which always helps save prep time in the morning, and she took photos of the process while I did the cooking. It’s legend that the first batch of pancakes never turn out perfectly, as the heat never seems to be at quite the right temperature to begin with ~ so I always enjoy the trial round myself as the cook.
Melt a pat of butter in a flat pan over medium heat to start with, being careful to turn the temperature down as the pan warms up during the cooking process, otherwise the later batches of pancakes darken too quickly. We serve pancakes with real butter and maple syrup ~ because it’s the very best ~ enjoy! ☼ 🙂