We’ve all seen the Despicable Me and we all remember the classic “It’s so fluffy I’m gonna die” quote. Only here we are not going to talk about fluffy unicorn toys, but pancakes. Who doesn’t love a fluffy pancake bite? I know I do! And whenever I feel a craving for a warm, soft pancake I get my lap top and go to the one and only place – The Internet
Fluffy Pancake Recipe
There is a wide range of online recipes that promise you a delicious pancake in no time. It is here that I found two of my most beloved recipes. The first one is the Fluffy Coconut Flour Pancakes with Wild Blueberry Maple syrup. But don’t let the name fool you, making them will take a bit longer than reading the name out loud.
Seriously, you can make these pancakes in only 20 minutes. What you should bear in mind though, is that your batter should not be too thick otherwise your pancakes might be a bit undercooked. So if it looks a bit sticky just pour in some more milk and whisk. Once the pancakes are done, pour the wild blueberry and maple syrup mixture. The mixture takes five minutes tops and even a new bee in the cooking world can prepare it. These pancakes proved to be as fluffy and delicious as I had hoped they’d be. I guess I owe that to the coconut flour and the mashed banana. But I am so lucky I didn’t have to improvise, I just thoroughly read the recipe, followed the instructions and preparing them turned out to be simple as ABC.
The BBCfood fluffy American Pancakes are also a must! Preparing them is so simple, and eating them such a pleasure that it would be a shame not to give them a try. Top them with butter or maple syrup and enjoy!
The Fluffier (the pancake) the Merrier (the person)
Yes, pancakes wouldn’t be something if they weren’t fluffy. It is what makes them better than crepes or cookies or…virtually anything. I have always wondered what gives them that cloud-like texture, and only recently I found the answer with the Fluffy Chocolate Chip Pancakes Recipe. Or should I say gave out the secret… it all comes down to the buttermilk (or sour milk). Milk contains acid, and if you leave it for a few days it will start becoming sour and thicker, which in turn will make the pancake fluffier. To enhance this process you can use vinegar (as described in this recipe) and you will never have a thin pancake again!
Remember, a pancake is just as good as its fluffiness allows.