Did you know that today is National Pancake day?
So, I suggest you get out your favorite pancake recipe and celebrate!
I made them for breakfast this morning. . . . . .
As usual, they were a big hit. My kids L O V E their pancakes!
Caleb was the last one done.
Sometimes I use a mix, sometimes I make homemade buttermilk pancakes from scratch, sometimes buckwheat. For texture, I might add a few tablespoons of cornmeal to the batter. We like to sprinkle in blueberries that we picked last fall at Grandma’s house, and every once in a while I might surprise the kids with mini m n’ m’s. We prefer real butter and real maple syrup on top, but we ran out of Grandpa’s syrup, and are waiting eagerly for our stock to get replenished this spring. Aunt Jemima was a poor substitute, but good enough.
Cold milk or juice is a must during a pancake breakfast, and sausage or bacon on the side is even better! The children were thankful, and they all ate like little piggies. I doubled my recipe and there are only two leftover.
Enjoy your pancakes!