Pancakes

A light and fluffy stack of buttermilk pancakes is just the ticket to satisfy a hungry breakfast crowd. Looking for add-ins? Yep, we've got chocolate chip pancakes, banana pancakes, and pumpkin pancakes, along with whole wheat pancake recipes. Plus, check out our easy tutorial and you'll make your best pancakes yet.

Apple Dutch Baby

This puffed oven pancake doubles easily. You can make two Dutch babies or a single large one in a 12-inch skillet (increase baking time to 18 to 20 minutes).
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Cottage Cheese Pancakes

We know cottage cheese in pancakes sounds a little strange, but hear us out. Once they're done, the curds will still be visible, but rather than cheesy, the pancakes will taste subtly sweet, and almost creamy.
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Honey-Lemon Cottage Cheese Pancakes

Cottage cheese makes these lemon pancakes remarkably tender. Flip with care since the extra moisture in the batter makes the pancake recipe delicate.
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Mimosa Pancakes

Pop the bubbly! These Mimosa Pancakes feature sparkling wine in the batter and the citrus glaze.
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Cinnamon Roll Pancakes

You'll flip over these flapjacks that taste just like cinnamon rolls. Instead of maple syrup, top this pancake recipe with a cream cheese drizzle.
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Cornmeal Griddle Cakes

These griddle cakes are a whole new way to serve corn fresh off the cob. Try making your own homemade creme fraiche to serve with these cakes.
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More Pancakes

Pancakes

Whether you start with our classic pancake recipe or opt for the buckwheat or buttermilk variations, prepare to dig into one of the most delicious pancakes from scratch you've tasted. Just add fresh fruit and maple syrup (or whatever your desired topping), serve, and prepare for rave reviews!
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Classic Buttermilk Pancakes

For the ultimate fluffy pancakes, include both baking soda (for leavening) and baking powder (for bubbles and height) in the batter and sift the dry ingredients before mixing.
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How to Freeze and Reheat Pancakes

Want to learn how to reheat frozen pancakes? You've come to the right place! Now you don't have to waste your final two or three pancakes, or toss out that last little bit of batter. We'll show you how to save those pancakes for later, then reheat them so they're just as fluffy and delicious as fresh pancakes from scratch. You're not limited to freezing just plain pancakes, either—if you're a chocolate chip lover, or if blueberry pancakes hold the key to your heart, you can freeze and reheat them just as easily as buttermilk or buckwheat pancakes. Heat up your griddle and grab your favorite syrup—it's pancake time!