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Make delicious, fluffy homemade buttermilk pancakes from scratch!

Buttermilk - 350 milliliters

3 Eggs

Flour - 220 grams

Sugar - 50 grams

Butter - 50 grams

Baking powder - 10 grams

Baking soda - 2.5 grams

Salt - 2.5 grams
Get the recipe with American measures (ounces) here.

Step 1:

Sift together 220 grams of flour, 2 teaspoons of baking powder, and 0.5 teaspoon of baking soda. Add 50 grams of sugar and 0.5 teaspoon of salt. Mix and set aside.

In a separate bowl, mix 350 ml of buttermilk and 3 eggs.

Step 2:

Make a well in the flour mixture, and add the milk and eggs. Stir until almost combined, and add 50 grams (2 oz) of melted butter. Do not over mix the batter- it is Ok to have some lumps.

Step 3:

Heat a pan over medium heat. Lightly oil it, and pour about 1/4 cup of batter onto the pan.

Step 4:

Once small bubbles form at the center of the pancake, and the edges are brown- flip the pancake.

Serve with butter and maple syrup, honey, or with homemade strawberry preserve!

Step 5:

Pancakes in the morning are always a start of a great day! Enjoy! Visit our website for Grandma Emma's pancakes and for more great recipes!



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8 Discussions


2 years ago

i will like to try


2 years ago

I love those!!! Although I modified your recipe a bit and used two eggs instead of three - still delicious! Thanks for sharing! Next time I'll post some photos ;-)

2 replies
Kurt E. Clothier

3 years ago

These look great! I'll have to try this out next time I'm in the mood for flapjacks. This will also be a good exercise in using the metric system ;).

3 replies

Thanks Kurt! You don't have to use the metric system though. We converted the ingredients into ounces here:


Oh, thank you, but I need to practice anyway. I like to be able to use standard or metric as needed.