Tuesday, Feb. 5th is National Pancake Day!
So in honor of the occasion, I made a new recipe... "Sour Cream Pancakes"
Yesterday, Pat from the blog, On Crooked Creek, posted her version of The Pioneer Woman's recipe, from her book, The Pioneer Woman Cooks
Recipes From An Accidental Country Girl
by Ree Drummond.
Pat said she used 1/2 the recipe for just the two of them, so I thought that would be perfect for us, also.
They were SOOOOOOO good, next time, I'm making the full recipe & putting one or two pancakes into the freezer for hubby to reheat for himself on those days that I play tennis & he has to fend for himself.
Here is the full size recipe:
Edna Mae's Sour Cream Pancakes:
1 Cup Sour Cream
7 Tablespoons All-Purpose Flour
1 Tablespoon Sugar
1 Teaspoon Baking Soda
1/2 Teaspoon Salt
1/2 Teaspoon Vanilla Flavoring
Place your pan over medium-high heat.
I used a non-stick skillet & thus eliminated the butter in the original recipe.
Put the sour cream in a medium sized bowl. Add your flour, sugar, baking soda & salt. Mix gently.
Whisk the eggs separately, add vanilla, then stir into flour/sugar mixture.
Pour 1/4 cup of batter per pancake & allow to cook undisturbed until you see bubbles form all over the top. Gently flip & DON'T press down on the top!!
Since hubby is diabetic, we topped them with the BEST SUGAR FREE SYRUP ..our favorite!
Looks like I'd better put that down on my grocery list!
Thank you, Pat, for sharing this delicious recipe.
I'm linking to Michael Lee's Foodie Friday
& Yvonne's On The Menu Monday
Come see what others are cooking up!