Review: King Arthur Flour Buttermilk Pancakes

Recipe Link: King Arthur Flour Buttermilk Pancakes

Time: 45 minutes, includes 15 minute rest time

Ease: Simple

Review: Carb haters may skip this post (but if you don’t….I won’t tell). Hey, we are living in weird times if you need a pancake, who am I to judge??

If you think you would never be able to make pancakes without a mix, this recipe will change your mind. It was easy to make and they were delicious! The directions are clear and the recipe turns out the way it was described. I recommend getting all of your ingredients prior to cooking and measure them out and have them ready to go – mise en place.

I use a non-stick electric griddle for pancakes, but I’m not a big fan of Teflon because of the risk of leaching “forever chemicals”, PFAS into the food. I use this one non-stick item for a few things and that’s it.

If you are using a non-stick pan make sure to keep the temperature around 350F, the coating begins to deteriorate as it reaches 500F. You are likely to never reach this temperature, but sometimes we get distracted and leave a pan on the eye (burner) and allow it to overheat. Secondarily, if your oil begins to smoke it releases toxic fumes and free radicals which can be damaging to your health, so always keep an eye on your pan.

If I use a regular frying pan and make them on the stove, the first pancake is always the sacrifice to the pancake god, burnt on the alter of Kitchenaid. The blessing of perfect pancakes is only complete once the burnt offering is consumed by the great an might (old and sweet) Sasha Dog (or whatever your pet is named). If you burn the first one…or two, don’t worry, the rest will be perfect. As in life, adjust the heat and keep going.

Once you are comfortable with the recipe as written, try adding things like rolled oats, nuts, berries, other flours, extracts, etc. and experiment with flavor.

This morning I altered the recipe. For the 2 cups of all purpose flour I used 1 cup all purpose flour, 3/4 cup Spelt flour, and 1/4 cup Kamut flour. The recipe will be just as delicious with regular all purpose flour.

Tip: If you don’t have buttermilk use 1 Tablespoon of white vinegar or lemon juice per cup of milk. Mix well and let stand 5-10 minutes to thicken. Yogurt or Sourcream may also be used as a substitution.

And just so we don’t just pick on carb haters; fat haters you should know we poured yummy hot butter all over the finished pancakes and they were great! Oh and sugar haters, these are best with 100 pure maple syrup (still a sugar). Food haters unite!!! Join the eat real food revolution and drop your hate!!! #eatrealfood

Enjoy!

To learn more about the dangers of PFAS read this great blog post by my awesome hubs. PFAS, What’s All the Fuss About.

LHi, I’m Lisa and I’m an Independent Shaklee Distributor and Certified Health Coach. My absolute joy is partnering with people to realize their own self value and learn to live healthier lives. I believe that as we love ourselves we are loving to ourselves and from there we are more able to eat well, exercise, and take care of our physical selves. It is my goal to touch the lives of others and help people live healthier lives longer!! Through Shaklee I have an excellent partner that shares my passions of environment and health and I look forward to sharing that with you. 

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