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A Tasteful Garden's Sour Cream Pancakes, drizzled with Blueberry Maple Syrup from Natalie's Killer Cuisine
Holy crÃªpe! Pancakes are great!
In honor of National Pancake Week, we hit the griddle with specialty flapjack recipes from ModCloth fans. Check ’em out after the jump.
Allison of A Tasteful Garden was nice enough to share her amazing Sour Cream Pancakes. These fluffy delights, featured above on the Dining Miss Daisy Serving Set, are dressed with sliced almonds and Blueberry Maple Syrup from Natalie’s Killer Cuisine. Here’s how to make ’em!
A Tasteful Garden’s Sour Cream Pancakes
Natalie’s Killer Cuisine’s Blueberry Maple Syrup
Be sure to also try Natalie’s Whole Wheat Pancakes, Nibbledish user Emily’s Cornmeal Griddle Cakes, or this veganized version of classic ‘cakes. (For vegan cooks, Isa Chandra Moskowitz’s book Vegan with a Vengeance features wonderful specialty vegan pancakes and these cooking tips: 1) Never overmix your batter. There should be lumps. If you overmix, your pancakes will be rubbery. 2) Let the batter sit for 10 minutes to overnight (covered in the fridge). The flour’s gluten needs time to work its magic. Letting the batter settle after mixing makes a fluffier flapjack. 3) Apply a fresh coat of oil to your griddle for each new batch. This will keep your ‘cakes from burning.)
One last tip – ENJOY EVERY PANCAKE!
Are you doing anything special for National Pancake Week?
personally, I love IHOP! I can make great pancakes, but somehow I still end up craving me some IHOP every now and again!
I am quite possibly addicted to pancakes; I make them far too often. I usually opt for the traditional English-style pancakes with lemon and sugar (pancake day stylee), but Scotch pancakes are nice too. I never bother with a recipe, but every now and then I experiment, with a different ingredient added, to make them interesting. The other day I added porridge oats to Scotch pancake batter and had them hot with golden syrup.
I love pancake day – one year I made a bizarre pancake lasagne. Tomorrow I shall be cooking up a storm.
Mary- On the 23rd IHOP does something special for their Nat’l Pancake day.
And Elizabeth the English style pancakes sound so good! I’ve never heard of something like that. Same with pancake lasagne! Creative. Do share if you can!
oooh… thanks for letting me know! We have to drive a while to get to one, so that will be a good reason to do so!
hi there Angela! i’m so psyched that you liked my sour cream pancakes. maple syruping time is just around the corner, so i can’t wait to try out Natalie’s blueberry version with some good, homemade syrup. happy eating!
i love modcloth already, but the fact that there is a blog on pancakes just really makes my day.. thanks for being so fabulous.. lets all put on lovely patterned vintage aprons and then sit down to a nice fluffy stack of pancakes.. i personally love mine with bananas, and good maple syrup! and i am gonna try to stop by an IHOP now for nat’l pancake day.. yum!
Sounds like fun, Ratana! I like mine with bananas, too. Also, peaches – my mom always added sliced peaches to her Bisquick pancakes, and you know what, they were always so perfectly delicious!
I would suggest adding a little less liquid to the batter of the Vegan With A Vengeance pancakes- I’ve made them and the batter turned out a little thin. It might be due to brand differences, but better safe than sorry with your pancakes!
I agree with you! But they always turn out so good!
ahhh vegan pancakes are the perfect mood lifter. I made Perfect Pancakes from Vegan Brunch with blackberries and rapberry agave syrup.
Oh man, this has made me start jonesin for a pancake like woah. I’m currently living in Buenos Aires for a bit and they definitely aren’t as big fans of pancakes as those from the States. Yo quiero un panqueque pronto!
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