The (seriously) Best Pancakes Ever (no,seriously)

I am not even exaggerating, seriously, these are the best pancakes I have ever eaten and let's just say, I've eaten my fair share of pancakes!

I think the major bonus in this recipe is a ton of melted butter and baking powder-it makes these pancakes perfection every time.

Aren't you excited that I'm sharing this super secret and unbelievably amazing recipe?

I make this generous recipe on Sunday mornings and then we can just reheat the leftovers in the microwave or toaster oven Monday morning. I figure if we are going to all the trouble for homemade pancakes, why not make a bunch a enjoy them all week long!

Fluffy people, F-L-U-F-F-Y. And in my book, fluffy is what pancakes are all about! I keep powdered buttermilk in my pantry and just add water to make it for this recipe. Or you can add 1 tsp of white vinegar to 1 cup of milk to get buttermilk....well, unless you keep buttermilk around...or remember to buy it for special recipes...which I don't.

Hope you enjoy!

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  1. Maureen says:


    About how many pancakes does this recipe make? The reason I ask is that it is just my Mom and I and I am wondering if I should halve the recipe or not? Also do you freeze the actual pancakes or the batter? Sorry if these are dumb questions, but I am not the worlds best cook if you hadn’t figured that out already. . . LOL!


    • I would say it makes about 20 medium sized pancakes. And I have frozen the pancakes on a baking sheet and then placed them in zip loc bags for storage and they thaw wonderfully!

  2. I am going to try your recipe this Sunday and DOUBLE it as I have three sons (20 year old twins and an 18 year old) and a husband who just love pancakes! If I have any left over I will freeze them to enjoy during the week. Thanks for the recipe!

  3. I have forever been searching for the ultimate pancake recipe and have yet to find it, I’ll have to give this one a try!

  4. Can’t wait to try out this recipe. 🙂 Megan

  5. they’re great looking. Just one question, regarding the white sugar and melted butter, what does TB mean ? I’m ok with cup and tsp but I do not see what TB could be…
    Many thanks for your help

  6. Great time in finding this. According to DH, I quite possibly made the WORST pancakes ever the other morning. 😛 I’d love for you to share this at the Pin Inspiration party 🙂

  7. I am going to try your recipe. I have always thought I had the best recipe. lol I use the one in an Fannie Farmer cook book!

  8. I can’t’ wait to try this!! Look how thick and perfect those babies are???? Yummy!

  9. I’m always on the lookout for a great pancake recipe. These sound fab.
    Thanks for the tip on the powdered buttermilk. That would save some waste!

  10. This looks awesome…love the buttermilk tip too. One question before I try these- in your description you mentioned you think the secret is in the melted butter and baking SODA. Yet your recipe lists baking POWDER. some pancake recipes use both. can you clarify if you use baking powder or baking soda?
    Thanks so much!

  11. I wanted to make these but I am one of the many who don’t have wheat flour in my pantry. Can I just use another cup of flour?

    • Just use white flour…they are even better:) I just try to get whole whet in where I can. But they are crazy good with all white!

    Made this for me and my son this morning. Its a keeper!!!
    I had to adjust the recipe to half cause its just the two of us! Didn’t have the wheat flour on hand or buttermilk but it was good all the same!
    Thanks for sharing!

    • Oh great! Yes, I think all white flour tastes better- just tried to keep them healthier:) You can always add a teaspoon of vinegar to regular milk to turn it into buttermilk!

  13. AMAZING pancakes!!!!! My family and I had these for dinner and they were a HIT!! We have a new favorite recipe!! Thanks for sharing!!

  14. how long do you cook them for and at what temp.

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