Believe it or not, these photos were a ‘whim’ and taken at 6am, before the sun even rose. Now, that’s what I call a powerful lens. Thank you 50mm f/1.2! 😉
No, but seriously, these are some of the most fluffy and soft 100% whole wheat pancakes I’ve made. Seriously good.
I just love how a stack of pancakes can really bring family and friends around the table and make everyone full and happy. They are especially good accompanied with sausage patties and the entire plate drowned in syrup.
Yeah, that’s how I roll!
How do you like your pancakes? Do you have a favorite recipe?
Fluffy Whole Wheat Pancakes
adapted from Adventures in Shaw
- 1 cup whole wheat flour
- 1 cup whole wheat pastry flour
- 1/2 cup wheat germ
- 1 teaspoon baking powder
- 1 teaspoon baking soda
- 1 tablespoon sugar
- 1 1/2 cups light buttermilk
- 1 cup milk (I’ve used unsweetened almond milk)
- 2 eggs
- In a bowl, combine the dry ingredients (through sugar).
- In another bowl, quickly beat the milks and eggs together.
- Pour the wet ingredients over the dry and stir until just combined.
- Cook by the 1/4 cup on a hot griddle pan.
- Serve warm with your favorite toppings!
Servings: 10-12 pancakes
I’m kind of horrified at the thought of making pancakes 5ish in the morning. At least they look good! I smother mine in maple syrup too. Nothing can compare! Unless it’s blueberry sauce. Or strawberry.
Wow! Way to go with the early photography! (My tripod has saved me on many an early or late meal.) 🙂
These look so fluffy and wonderful!
These look fantastic! I love pancakes on the weekend. I usually go for basic buttermilk, loaded with syrup 🙂
omg I love these! printed out!
I love a stack of nice, fluffy pancakes! Waking up to these would be wonderful!
I’ve been wanting to make a healthy pancake…I will start mine around 8:00 😉
Mmmm I love these! I am a big pancake fan, and I love this healthier option. Cant wait to try 🙂 Amazing photos too!
These look wonderful! I’ve never had much luck with whole wheat pancakes, so I will definitely be using this recipe next time. Thanks for sharing!
Those pancakes look so delicious! I’ve been making pancakes lately with a sourdough starter that is 130+ years old, which is basically a natural yeast culture with flour and water you keep in the refrigerator. I bet the buttermilk in your recipe gives the same sort of ‘soured’ flavor (I mean that in a good way!) as my starter. Seeing your great results, I’ll try using some whole wheat flour next time. I love those pancakes topped traditionally, with butter, maple syrup, and fresh blueberries.
These pancakes look ah-mazing! Can not wait to make them.
Your photos are stunning as always 🙂
Printing this right now 😉