Pancakes that have the butter melt and the syrup drip onto the plate.
Not just any pancakes, but fluffy pancakes.
Did I make your mouth water yet?
It’s really not that hard to make fluffy pancakes and I am about to give you some pancake hacks, so you can make your own fluffy pancakes:
- First you need to use the shake and pour pancake batter. I buy the store brand because simply pancakes are the same, and I spend less money with the store brand than the name brand.
- Next you need to add powder buttermilk to the batter in the container before you add any liquid. It’s the buttermilk that makes the pancakes fluffy!
- Next add a sprinkle of cinnamon sugar and a teaspoon of vanilla extract to the batter in the container.
- Now you add your water. Don’t follow the directions on the container. I just add the water I want for the consistency of the pancake I like. If you want thin pancakes, you add a good amount of water. If you want thick pancakes you add less water.
Now you get your griddle on the stove and heat it up and smother butter on it to melt. I put the butter all over the entire griddle. After the butter starts to bubble it’s time to pour the batter on to it.
Here’s a trick as to when to flip the pancakes, courtesy of my mom: When the pancakes on the griddle start to bubble, you can flip it.
When the pancakes comes off the griddle, I add a pat of butter to each and have the butter melt. Then serve it with your favorite syrup. My dad likes to warm up his syrup in the microwave for about 10 seconds.
You can also serve them with fresh fruit or chocolate chips. I don’t put it in the batter because it makes the batter’s consistency too thick and it takes away from the fluffiness.
However you like them, Enjoy!