Anyways. My favourite pancake recipe comes from Martha Stewart. Yes, I know I have mocked Martha for many years, but her recipes are the bomb. I can't think of one recipe I have yet to make from her website that hasn't turned out delicious. Back to the pancake recipe. I have adapted it a little, for instance I never use buttermilk, just add a few splashes of lemon or lime juice to regular milk and let it sit for a few minutes, and I usually use white whole wheat flour. There are plenty of add-ins for pancakes: chocolate chips, diced apples, blueberries, etc. Be creative, pancakes are hard to screw up.
If you like your pancakes crispy on the outside and soft on the inside like I do, add lots of butter to your griddle before every batch, and flip them fast (shortly after you see bubbles form on top). If your batter seems too runny you can add more flour, or just go with it. The pancakes end up being quite spongy rather than cakey. Top with maple syrup, strawberries, and whipped cream and you've got a completely delicious breakfast. This recipe makes a lot more than nine pancakes as it claims, if you have leftovers enjoy them cold with a bit of jam .
Best Buttermilk Pancakes
Enjoy! You'll never go back to a pancake mix again!