Monday, April 16, 2012

Our International House of Pancakes, Day 5: Scotland

Very similar to the pancakes my family is (was!) most familiar with, we went to Scotland for these.
Aaaaaand, we really wanted to play "Blueberry Pancakes" by Frances England over and over (and over and over).  (To take a listen for free, scroll down to Blueberry Pancakes on the third album, "Fascinating Creatures" & click.)  Aaaaand, "Curious George Makes Pancakes" was Sela's favorite when she was two.  Now Linus loves it.  So many good reasons to eat Blue-ber-ry Paaa-aa-aaan-cakes...  Heart, heart, heart.

em's best pancakes
(seriously, the best pancakes I've ever made - these are not your everyday pancakes)
2 cups flour
2 Tbsp sugar
2 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp baking soda
1/2 tsp salt
1 egg
3 Tbsp melted butter
2 cups butter

Whisk dry ingredients together.
Whisk egg & butter.
Add buttermilk.
Add wet ingredients to dry.
Don't overmix.
Cook on oiled griddle.
Try to eat them using good table manners.  You can try...


  1. I'm not able to listen to the song right now (noise in my house), but it makes me wonder if Banana Pancakes are coming next...?

    Loving seeing all your pancake variations. :)

  2. We need to drop by your house! Yum!

  3. Come on by! We'll whip up a batch : 9

  4. Thanks for adding link to Banana Pancakes - another of our family favorite songs <3


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