Buttermilk Pancakes

Buttermilk Pancakes

Galaxy Gas Nitrous Infused Recipes

Servings: 4 Servings
Prep time: 00:10
Cook time:00:30

Fluffy, warm pancakes right off the griddle are such a heartwarming and delicious treat for breakfast. Most of us have memories associated with pancakes when we were growing up as kids, and our parents and grandparents served us pancakes. There is no need to buy any box mix to prepare so easy yet fluffy pancakes at home with the Galaxy Gas Nitrous Recipe: Buttermilk Pancakes. Just grab the maple syrup and a scrumptious breakfast is ready. The secret ingredient for these pancakes is the buttermilk. This recipe for buttermilk pancakes powered by Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Dispenser yields the best fluffy pancakes you may never taste before. The recipe is very easy to follow and yields super soft and delicious pancakes that will melt in your mouth. When you are aerating the pancakes mixture in a Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Dispenser, it is certain that the pancakes will be very light, airy, and fluffy. Just add your favorite toppings and enjoy.

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. In a bowl, mix all ingredients thoroughly except oil and pour the pancake batter into a Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Dispenser.
  2. Screw on the Galaxy Gas Whipped Cream Charger and shake the whipped cream dispenser vigorously.
  3. Apply oil on the surface of a preheated non-stick pan and immediately dispense the mixture on the pan.
  4. Bake for approximately one minute or until golden, and then turn the side.
  5. Serve with maple syrup, fruit sauce, or flavored cream.

Tips

What is the difference between buttermilk pancakes and regular pancakes?
Traditionally pancakes were made with milk, but now the pancake recipes that substitute buttermilk for regular milk are gaining popularity. When you compare pancakes made with regular milk and buttermilk, you will find that buttermilk added to the formulation was more soft, moist, tender, fluffy; the pancakes will certainly and thick. They have a rich yet mildly tangy flavor.
What does buttermilk do to the pancakes?
Buttermilk is often used in making pancake batter. The acid present in buttermilk reacts with baking powder to make the pancakes softer and fluffier. In this way, they gain more height while cooking. It also breaks down or weakens the gluten strands to impart extra moistness and softness to the pancake. Some people do not like the tangy flavor of buttermilk in the pancakes, so you can add a little bit of honey to reduce tanginess.
How to serve the buttermilk pancakes?
Pancakes are a breakfast favorite, and the best thing is that the kids love them. You can serve pancakes with anything that is your kids’ favorite, even “Nutella.” However, maple syrup, jam, butter, honey, powdered sugar, and fruits are the classical toppings for pancakes.
How to make buttermilk at home?
You can certainly make buttermilk at home just by adding some white vinegar to milk. This is an adequate substitute for ready-made buttermilk. You can also use fresh lemon juice for this purpose. Usually, a 2% or full-fat milk gives a good texture to the pancakes. One tablespoon of vinegar or lemon juice is sufficient for one cup of milk. Though you can simply put the same quantity of regular milk in the recipe, using buttermilk helps tenderize the pancakes and make them moist and soft.
Can we use refrigerated buttermilk in pancakes?
If you have refrigerated buttermilk, you should bring it back to room temperature before adding it to the batter. Room temperature buttermilk helps you whisk a smooth batter and prevents clumping. A rule of thumb is to bring every ingredient at room temperature when making a batter for cakes, cookies, or pancakes.
Are buttercream pancakes a healthy breakfast?
We have used refined flour to make this recipe associated with obesity and several other health problems when consumed daily. You can make a healthier version of this recipe by using whole grains instead of refined flour.
Another thing that is of concern for observing a healthy diet is the topping you add to your pancakes. Most of the classical toppings are laden with sugars, so you have to look for sugar-free alternatives. According to the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, additional fiber can come from shredded carrots or zucchini. For increasing the amount of protein, you can add some cottage cheese, protein powder, or Greek yogurt to the batter.

 

Photo by Chad Montano