Any tips on non-gritty pancakes? I am sitting here with a recipe for hush puppies (that I hand-wrote out from the internet) that is one egg less than your featured recipe uses. I didn’t find out ahead of time on my two pregnancies, either. YUM! That way when we print them we have a visual. Unique and tasty. Lori — You are right! I just did bagel chips at 350 and that was too high. perfect perfect PERFECT timing. I will make these this morning for my hubby and recently moved in with us (yeah!) Thanks so much! i made these for breakfast on Sunday. Chocolate is always a hit! Thanks! I too hope you have a little girl, they are a terror in their tween years (my poor mother I cannot apologize enough for snippiness and attitude). It shows, as everything I’ve made from your site turns out amazing. I made them your way and they are wonderful. Mine spread a bit so that they were not as thick/fluffy as yours, but still delicious! Ok. And it needs a less politically charged name as the salad has been made by whole host of cultures for a very long time… eesh. Pour a scant 1/4 cup batter into skillet for each pancake. Xo, Is the 11th your birthday?! Bacon pancaaaaaaaaakes~! Three years ago: Broccoli Parmesan Fritters I’ll make these this weekend, since I have all the ingredients. Thanks for your post. AND MAKE THESE PANCAKES AND WHATEVER ELSE GOT MY FANCY! MFriggin’ good! Made these tonight for dinner (also 35 weeks preggo here) as we had perfectly timed overripe strawberries from the farmers market. so happy to have found your wonderful blog – now following. These pancakes look amazing! Oh boy. The perfect way to feel better about the MASSIVE mountain of washing and unpacking I have to do today. I added probably 2x the strawberries and it was fine. If batter slipped out the sides of the pancake when you first flipped it, return it to the first side for another 30 seconds to ensure the leaked batter cooks. What delicious pairing. Melt 3 tablespoons butter in the bottom of a medium bowl, then whisk in buttermilk, followed by the eggs, one at a time. dad. This recipe came at the perfect time. I’d expect it to work okay here; let me know how it goes because I am curious! Thanks for another great one, Deb. thank you. Thanks for the recipe, and happy birthday! I’m 35 weeks, 3 days…and these sound and look amazing right now. The base is so good, you really can’t go wrong! They were well received (my husband thought they “sounded weird” based on the ingredients, but ended up loving them!). Delicious! Your recent recipes with their emphasis on quick and easy are much appreciated by those of us who aren’t pregnant, and who have no excuse—-except we want food NOW and don’t feel like taking much time to make it! Made these this morning and they were perfect. Warm berries for breakfast- SO yummy! Really good, and a nice change from “regular” pancakes. Will make them over and over. Lucky for you (all of us, really) that they changed jury duty in NYS from two weeks to two days. of the instructions: “In a large skillet…In a medium bowl, melt….”? These pancakes look delicious. 1.5 Years Ago: Sugared Pretzel Cookies Picnics, Potlucks and Barbecues: My brain is set to Weekend pretty much the minute June begins. It would be fantastic if you could add an image to the Print section of your recipes. I’m pretty much obsessed with using cornmeal in pancakes, desserts, etc, so I’m very excited to try out your recipe. Instead of mixing them in, I sliced and sugared them and served them alongside the pancakes. I know a lot of people have had good outcomes with the Cup4Cup brand, but there are many others out there. Yum! Happy Birthday to you, and pleeeease keep posting even in week 40! i guess this is an example of different strokes. I think frozen would be fine. These look amazing! Easy and delicious. NOT FUN. I had a full pound of dead-ripe strawberries. Any suggestions for other fruits to try with this recipe? I thought I could use the same temp for bagel chips. I make these a lot for breakfast on the go, and also for easy night dinners; however, tonight instead of strawberries, I made them with jersey blueberries, sweet corn, and mint. I do it whenever I use cornmeal in anything, now. A garnish of whipped cream and those last ripe strawberries and I would forget strawberry shortcake all together! Terrific recipe! And these look amazing! Perfect timing. That’s all. Lynne — Thank you. Only one left for breakfast this morning. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Pour a scant 1/4 cup batter into skillet for each pancake. ( Log Out / Aloha. It would be pretty, too, I’d think. The BEST! Gently fold in 1 ⁄ 2 cup of the strawberries. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. 3.5 Years Ago: Cauliflower Feta Fritters with Pomegranate. I think the quality of eggs you use is important in this dish. Happy happy birthday, Deb! Elisa — I didn’t, but I’m with Susan in that I think it would be delicious. Thanks! AND they freeze soooo well, so you can make them ahead of time. Change ). You are a doll…can we see a pregnant pic? Thanks for the inspiration! Thank you for all of the effort that goes into your recipe development. Flip pancakes and cook until second side is golden, another minute. Not with a toddler and a newborn (! NEW YEAR! 1/2 teaspoon baking soda Saving this recipe for sure! I had some overripe peaches sitting on my counter, and used them in place of strawberries- highly recommend! I tried making something exactly like this a few years ago and it sucked balls! Now, go rest and have someone else make you more. I’m basically working my way through every strawberry recipe on your site to showcase this summer’s glorious local berries. Those look awesome! My family enjoys your inventive ideas. Would a coarser stone ground corn meal be. Only 26 weeks along myself, but I think these pancakes are in order for dinner very soon! In case anyone else is wondering, these work great as waffles too. Yet another top of the line recipe from the Smitten Kitchen! I heated the skillet on the stove and melted about 4 Tbs of butter in the pan, placed all batter in the skillet and heated my oven to 350. Take care of yourself. Ahem. You rock my world! I lately can’t seem to find your other albums on your site. Also- you know we are all looking forward to your Great Adorable Disruption, too! Try a two-step method, maybe: microwave until they’re just room temp, then crisp them up in a hot, greased pan on the stove. I substituted whole wheat flour for regular and they didn’t suffer in the slightest. You are experiencing the upside of an age gap, you will not have 2 small ones at the same time so cooking can continue without so much disruption, all the better for us. Only changes I made to the recipe were the blue cornmeal and no berries. Cheers! I love local but, have made an exemption this year due to quality and price. Looks like a few people have with success: Diane — I’d use any gluten-free flour mix you like for baking in place of the all-purpose flour. Israeli salad — Is this link not working? I would have told the front desk I’m not feeling so hotsy totsy so that I could do home! The original strawberry version does not require additional sugar, but raspberries are tart. Here’s wishing you low humidity, comfortable shoes, and clean bathrooms everywhere you go! Happy (late) birthday, Deb! My own little was disappointed there wasn’t a “cheese part” to dinner, so I may try a more savory version topped with ricotta next time. Thanks, Deb, for making me want to actually make pancakes from scratch. I am super impressed that you made pancakes from scratch at 35 weeks pregnant! The first time I used strawberries and today I used blueberries from my farmer’s market. What I learned from this post is not to overcrowd my pan, because my skillet would totally have had 2 more pancakes in it, or maybe even 4.
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