Serve a tall stack of these Saturday-morning favorites for breakfast any day of the week.
Pancakes for Dinner
According to one of our on-line reviewers, "These pancakes were absolutely fabulous. I've tried several whole wheat pancake
recipes before. These are by far the best I've ever had. My husband and my mother (both picky eaters) loved them."
It only takes 10 minutes to whip up the batter for these classic buttermilk pancakes. Serve up a stack drizzled with melted
butter and syrup, or try one of the variations of the basic recipe: Fresh Berry, Apple-Walnut, or Orange-Chocolate Chip.
Pumpkin is not just for the fall holidays–use canned pumpkin, cinnamon, nutmeg, and ginger to make sweet, rich pancakes that
are perfect for any special day. The crowning glory for this stack of cakes is the candied ginger butter made with chopped
crystallized ginger and softened butter.
Peanut butter fans will cheer for these nutty pancakes featuring chunky peanut butter in the batter. And nothing goes better
with peanut butter than jam, so top the pancakes with your favorite flavor of jam, jelly, or fruit syrup.
After you ladle portions of the batter onto the griddle, top each pancake with a few slices of banana, then turn the cakes
and cook until they're lightly browned. You'll see that these fruit-topped breakfast treats really hit the spot.
The texture of these pancakes is fluffy and light due to the beaten egg whites in the batter, but the taste is extra-rich
because of the buttermilk and ricotta cheese. Grated lemon peel adds just a touch of citrus. We recommend serving these with
fresh strawberries or bananas for a sweet and tangy breakfast delight.
First printed in 1978, the Hummingbird Cake remains the most-requested Southern Living recipe of all time. This time around,
mashed banana, pineapple, coconut, and pecans come in pancake form, complete with a Cream Cheese Anglaise.
Use the small holes of a box grater to finely grate the carrots by hand; if you use a food processor, the carrots will be
too wet, making the pancakes dense and less tender. Go ahead, have your veggies for breakfast.