Buttermilk Pancakes

We're on a roll with buttermilk breakfast items.  :)  I recently tried a different Buttermilk Pancake recipe from the family cookbook.  I always make Grandma Glade's Buttermilk Pancakes.  This one seemed quite similar, but had a bit of a twist.

Buttermilk Pancakes
2½ cups flour
2 Tb. sugar
1 tsp. baking powder
1 tsp. baking soda
½ tsp. salt
2 eggs, slightly beaten
2½ cups buttermilk
2 Tb. margarine, melted
1 tsp. vanilla, optional

Mix dry ingredients and then add wet ingredients together all at once. Don’t over-mix. Cook on hot griddle. You can also make the recipe with sour milk if you don’t have buttermilk: pour about 3 Tb. vinegar into measuring cup and then add milk to 2½ cups. Let this milk stand about five minutes before using in the recipe.

Tiffany's Note: I tried it with the vanilla.  The vanilla caused mixed reviews with my children so I'll leave it out next time.  Some liked it and some couldn't tell a difference and one cut the pancake into 38 pieces and wouldn't eat it.  It has half the fat (margarine instead of oil) than the other recipe.  It worked fine, but I did notice my pancakes were clinging to my non-stick griddle a bit more.  They still cooked great, though.  It's the right size of recipe to feed 6-8 people.

Melinda's Note: I use this one frequently, but I always substitute oil for the melted margarine, just for time's sake. No one complains. I'll bet the margarine would make it taste a bit better.

Becky's picture: I made these pancakes a few days ago and took a picture before I saw that Tiffany beat me to the punch;-)  I thought I would still share:

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  1. Ha! I cooked these last night (an emergency "what am I cooking for dinner?" meal- although my children love breakfast for dinner).

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  2. Just saw this fantastic idea to stock pile homemade pancake mix ready to go and I'm going to do it this weekend with my favorite recipes. All About Pancakes

    Also - I always have the powdered buttermilk on hand (keeps in the fridge). It's SUPER handy since fresh buttermilk is not something I often have.

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