Find our easy classic pancake recipe (it's our basic mix), but also try yogurt, whole wheat, buttermilk, or oatmeal pancakes. We’ll also have fun add-in ideas and healthy options, which include wheat germ and no butter.
Jacked-Up Stacks: 10 Extreme Pancake Recipes
Celebrate National Pancake Day with our most tempting flapjack high jinks.AdvertisementAdvertisementRecipe
Apple-Cardamom Brown-Butter Dutch BabyThe batter can also be made in a blender: Mix the eggs until pale and frothy, then add the remaining ingredients and puree until smooth.
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Brunch Pancake Recipes
Whether you call them flapjacks, hotcakes, or pancakes, we've got 23 recipes perfect for brunch, including banana pancakes, whole-wheat buttermilk pancakes, and orange-ricotta pancakes.
Easy Basic PancakesNothing says "weekend" like homemade pancakes for breakfast. Our easy pancake recipe will help you whip up this weekend favorite in less than 30 minutes. You'll wonder why you never tried this before!
Everything You Need to Throw a Pancake SocialHosting a pancake social for charity or a community get-together? Start here with these recipes, tools, and tips for hosting a successful event.
Nectarine PancakesWe served these pancakes with crisp bacon and fresh blueberries.
Oven-Baked Blueberry PancakeThis pancake is also delicious without the berries, which can be served alongside instead. This recipe is one of our Better Basics: 10 New Takes on Family Favorites, see the others.
Whole Wheat Buttermilk PancakesFiber-rich whole wheat pancakes made with low-fat buttermilk are a healthy way to enjoy a leisurely morning.
Spiced Squash PancakesPlain yogurt mixed with chopped fresh cilantro is delicious alongside these savory pancakes.
Apple-Buttermilk PancakesThese pancakes are great with syrup, sliced bananas, a smear of almond butter, or a dollop of part-skim ricotta.
Ask Martha: The Secret to Fluffier PancakesMy pancakes always turn out too thin. Is there a secret to making them fluffier? —Carly Rosenberg, Chicago
Gingerbread PancakesTo welcome the cooler mornings of autumn, make pancakes sweetened with molasses and flavored with warming gingerbread spices.
Lemon-Poppy Seed Cloud PancakesThese aptly-named pancakes get a nice lift from whipped egg whites folded into the batter.
PB and J PancakesLeftover pancakes can be frozen and used to make these tasty on-the-go breakfast sandwiches.
3 Delicious and Creative Pancake RecipesSarah Carey gathers together her three favorite pancake recipes in one video, a No-Whisk Dutch Baby Pancake, decadent Bacon Pancakes, and a healthy pancake made with cinnamon and hearty Oats.
Doesn't Everyone Need a PancakeBot?
Turn those breakfast pancakes into a lesson on art and technology!Recipe
Pea Pancakes with Sour Cream and BaconFluffy bite-size pancakes studded with blanched fresh garden peas make a delightful passed hors d'oeuvre. Top each with a generous dollop of sour cream and a sprinkling of crisp bacon.Recipe
Fluffy PancakesYou can make your own pancake mix by combining the dry ingredients and storing them at room temperature in a resealable bag until ready to use.Video
Tips To Making Perfectly Fluffy Pancakes
Do your pancakes usually end up disappointingly flat? With a secret ingredient and a few helpful tips, you’ll be making the fluffiest pancakes ever. Check it out!Video
Lemon-Poppy Seed Cloud Pancakes
Watch Sarah Carey create the fluffiest of pancakes in a recipe that’s the ideal answer to Sunday breakfast or brunch. How does she get them so fluffy? The secret is folding whipped egg whites into the batter.Recipe
Pumpkin PancakesUse up your leftover canned pumpkin puree to make these spiced pancakes.Recipe
Cinnamon-Oat PancakesRolled oats give these pancakes a hearty, nutty flavor. Serve them with butter and maple syrup or powdered sugar and bananas.Video
The Best Buttermilk PancakesNothing says "weekend" like pancakes for breakfast, but the urge for pancakes can strike at any time, so here’s an easy recipe with ingredients you're likely to have on hand to make the perfect pancakes every time.Post
5 Secrets to Making the Best Pancakes Ever!
Whether you make pancakes for lazy Sunday breakfasts, only for brunch when entertaining, or turn out a stack of flapjacks every morning, your hot cakes will be better if you follow our easy steps to pancake success.Recipe
Best Quick PancakesSo easy, you might decide pancakes are just convenient enough to eat for dinner. For a change of taste, you can add fruit, like berries or bananas, and still make light and fluffy pancakes.Recipe
Mulberry PancakesMulberries are sweet, but the best ones have a bit of acidity that adds character to their flavor. One tasty way to contain the juicy, even messy, berries is to suspend them in hot pancakes and use more for garnish.Recipe
Maple-Bacon PancakesThe sweetness in these pancakes comes from maple syrup instead of sugar. Pouring the batter over pieces of bacon makes this an all-in-one breakfast.Recipe
Toad-in-the-HoleSausages and pancakes just seem to go together, and, in fact, they've been a popular pairing since at least 1787, when the first reference to toad-in-the-hole appeared in an English provincial glossary, for "meat boiled in a crust." Ours is flavored with fresh rosemary and a touch of mustard, and served with an onion gravy intensified by Madeira.Recipe
PannukakkuUnlike most pancakes, this cardamom-scented version hailing from Finland is baked rather than fried or grilled, giving it a soft, puffed-up interior and a delicately crisp crust.Recipe
SoccaThese crisp, savory chickpea-and-olive-oil pancakes are local to Nice, on the Mediterranean coast. Serve them with a green salad as a light lunch or with an aperitif as a late-afternoon snack.AdvertisementAdvertisementRecipe
Vegan PancakesThis is a versatile base recipe that can also be used for waffles. Experiment with different flavors by swapping in other flours, such as buckwheat or semolina, for the whole wheat flour.Video
3 Pancakes For a Winter BreakfastWarm your family up with these 3 pancakes this winter.Recipe
Buttermilk Blueberry PancakesRecipe adapted from John Besh's My Family Table (Andrews McMeel Publishing; 2011).