Pizza is pretty close to a perfect food. Carbs, protein, fat, salt, soft and crisp, slightly sweet, slightly spicy, what could be better? It is at once celebratory and conciliatory, the food you want to eat when you’ve kicked butt at work or when you dropped the ball. It can be as elegant as a cracker-thin flatbread anointed with truffle oil and prosciutto and figs or as down and dirty as a thick crust piled with five different meats and extra cheese stuffed in the crust. As the old joke goes, even bad pizza is still pretty good.
Breakfast on the go can be super boring. If you are a commuter in need of a one-handed morning meal that you don’t acquire in a drive-through, your choices can be limited. The usual suspects like protein or granola bars, bottles of shakes or liquid yogurts, and of course, toaster pastries can fill a need, but they aren’t often something you might actively crave. So how do you improve your breakfast lot when you don’t have time for a sit-down meal?
There’s nothing better than indulging in a tall stack of pancakes on a lazy Saturday morning. Whether you drizzle them with maple syrup, pair them with fruit, or top them with chocolate chips, you can never go wrong with Classic Buttermilk Pancakes.
Not only are these Classic Buttermilk Pancakes super easy to make from scratch, but you also probably have all 7 ingredients on hand. The recipe calls for flour, sugar, baking powder, salt, fat-free buttermilk, butter, and one large egg.