Saturday Pancakes

Pancakes make the day seem a little more special.  We typically have pancakes on Saturday morning and while I like mine plain (or maybe blueberries or bananas if we have them), my kids like to have theirs studded with chocolate chips.  I may be a bad mom for letting them have what amounts to candy for breakfast but hey, they obviously love this particular tradition.  One of the reasons I like to have pancakes for breakfast is that my husband makes them.  He never uses a mix.  He likes (and we like) this recipe from Cooking Light Magazine 1998. They have a nice texture and don’t have that weird biscuit dryness that some mixes have.  If you double the recipe, go ahead and use a whole egg instead of two egg whites—it works out just fine. And don’t feel guilty about adding chocolate chips if you’re so inclined.  One more thing–promise me to use real maple syrup if you make this recipe (except if you’re adding the aforementioned chocolate chips)!

Groundhog Day Buttermilk Pancakes

1 cup unbleached all-purpose flour
1 teaspoon sugar
1 teaspoon baking powder
½ teaspoon baking soda
¼ teaspoon salt
1⅓ cups low-fat buttermilk
1 tablespoon butter, melted
1 large egg white

Combine flour and next four ingredients.  Combine buttermilk, butter and egg white.  Add to the flour mixture, stirring until barely combined.

Spoon about ¼ cup pancake batter onto a hot nonstick griddle or skillet coated with cooking spray. Add blueberries or chocolate chips if desired. Turn pancakes when tops are covered with bubbles and edges look cooked. Serves 4

-Leanne

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