Ohhh, yum. Yum, yum, yum. When I make myself pancakes, I generally through together whatever ingredients I have on hand that seem relevant - sometimes apple sauce, sometimes yogurt, whatever. But when I go out, it's sourdough pancakes all the way. Mmm...
Sounds fantastic to me! I love pancakes and blueberries! I had bacon rolls for breakfast on Sunday before going out to work in a friend's garden.
Lovely! I do so love all pancakes. Any pancakes. At any time.
These look fantastic! I don't make pancakes often, but I should change that fact. This past weekend I ate some excellent buckwheat pancakes at the sweet little Pine Cone Diner in Point Reyes Station.
That looks good especially with the bluberries...I'll have to try this with cottage cheese.
Dearest Anna, i am a huge FAN of pancakes. Thanks so much for sharing this receipt with us. Oh and thank you so much for your lovely congratz on my engagement. So happy you drop by my little space and left me such a sweet comment. :) I am loving your cozy bubble space here and will be visiting often. :) Have a lovely merry happy day and love to you!
Oh my! Those look so amazingly delicious! I must make some tomorrow. Thanks for the recipe. Here via Spain Daily.
Nam! For en herlig start på søndagen.
mmmmmmmmmmm!!!!!!!!!!! tiene una pinta!!!!!pero se me hace muy raro mezclar el dulce con el salado!!!xoxo
i love it with maple syrup !
OK, I have to admit that I've never heard of these pancakes. I will absolutely try this recipe! We have been known to have pancakes for dinner.Here is a classic midwest recipe, but you have to add buttermilk which is sort of a soured milk. * 3 cups all-purpose flour * 3 tablespoons white sugar * 3 teaspoons baking powder * 1 1/2 teaspoons baking soda * 3/4 teaspoon salt * 3 cups buttermilk * 1/2 cup milk * 3 eggs * 1/3 cup butter, meltedMix the dry - then the wet - then add the two together just before cooking with a wooden spoon so it's not over mixed. Ladle 1/2 cup (4 oz.) of batter onto a hot griddle (we butter our griddle or use the bacon fat - that's why we're all so chubby over here).My grandpa always served these with chokecherry syrup which is probably like lingon berry but maybe a bit more tart. We would always try to get the first batch because it would absorb all of the sausage/bacon fat from the griddle. Hm. I think I might have to run to the grocery store.
yum, nam...looks great
Hmmmmmm!! me ha entrado hambre solo de ver las fotografías...debe estar buenísimo!!Animate a dibujar que es cuestión de ir practicando...siempre puedes consultar a Astrid que he visto que domina muy bien los colores :)Besitos
This post has me drooling. looks very yum!
My Aunt Janie's Vinegar pancakes are THE BEST!And these too: I have a couple of pancake recipes over there at Bee House Hives.http://beehousehives.blogspot.com/2009/03/ms-pancakes.htmlI hope that link works. It is not lit up like it should be.. but that is the recipe dear friend! Your american pancakes look soo yummy. Cottage cheese.. clever! Wonderful shots too. Looks like the sun is back in your part of the land :)
Thank you for sharing your pancake recipes ladies. Next time I will try one of your recipes, and I need to buy some maple syrup (because we are out of blueberries).Rani: I think the euivalent of buttermilk would be "kultur melk" or "kefir" I will try one of these and see how they turn out.Sarah: Vinegar pancakes! I will head over to ya' right now in case you have posted that recipe too.
Yum! You make my mouth water :)
mmMmmmMM que todos los días sean Domingo! :D
Yummy, we love cottage cheese pancakes! Here is our version - http://juniorkitchen.com/?p=916And I'm so happy to see recipes for other types of pancakes. Thanks!
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