This recipe is from my mother. My family has come to look forward to these when we visit. You can use this recipe in the waffle iron, too!
Preparation time: 10 minute(s)
Cooking time: 20 minute(s)
Number of servings (yield): 16 pancakes or 4-5 large waffles
These pancakes look and sound really yummy. Does the 1 tsp baking soda keep the batter “fluffy” enough when soaking overnight? It seems like such a heavy mixture to sit for hours and still cook up light enough for pancakes (I usually make 100% whole wheat) .
Yes, it does the trick! Sometimes I even grind up oats very fine and use them in place of flour. I hope you enjoy.
These sound really yummy and healthy. I was wondering if I should refrigerate the mixture when it is soaking overnight.
Yes, most definitely because of the eggs and buttermilk. Cover it too. Enjoy!
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