4 Recipes to Enjoy Beyond National Pancake Day

National Pancake Day was on February 13, but who needs an official day to enjoy a flapjack feast? The thought of a fluffy pancake drizzled in maple syrup and finished with favorite toppings is enough to make our mouths water. Create your own pancake buffet on slow, weekend mornings with the following various recipes that use buttermilk, fruit, and other ingredients to make each serving special. Add one or two of our breakfast sides to ensure the dining table is filled with a delicious spread! 

Stack ’em High Pancakes

Pancake stack and syrup

These pancakes will astound your kiddos when they get out of bed Sunday morning. Our curated recipe allows for the fluffiest, thickest pancakes you can imagine. Stack ’em High on top of each other for a breakfast that looks straight out of a cartoon!

Blueberry Pancakes

A stack of blueberry pancakes on a green plate. A forkful is taken out of the stack, with the fork sitting to the top right of the pancakes. Blueberry Pancakes Recipe

A little bit of fruit can elevate your morning meal with an ooey-gooey appeal. The secret to this Blueberry Pancake recipe is milk and vinegar. By letting the two ingredients sit together to create “buttermilk,” you’ll end up with soft, airy pancakes that leave room for plenty of blueberries throughout. 

Pumpkin Pancakes

Pumpkin Pancakes topped with Apple Compote served on a plate with a fork with butter, syrup, and a cup of juice on the sides

Who can resist savory pumpkins and sweet apples? Especially when combined with your favorite breakfast food. This Pumpkin Pancake recipe gets an added flare when topped with a homemade apple compote. Easy to make and even easier to eat.

Buttermilk Pancakes

a stack of pancakes on a plate with berries

Our Buttermilk Pancakes recipe combines all the practices above into the ultimate pancake. Imagine a plate piled high with golden-brown pancakes that are so fluffy they practically float off the table. Raspberries and blueberries add a little flavor and bring freshness and brightness to the party. And let’s not forget the finishing touch — a light dusting of powdered sugar.

Add a Side

The Best Gluten-Free Potato Latkes

A round blue platter with 5 potato latkes , two small bowls with sour cream and applesauce, 3 gold forks, and a smaller lighter blue plate with 3 smaller latkes, and a blue linen.

Finish off your pancake celebration with a delicious, savory side to compliment those oh-so-sweet flavors. How can you resist crunchy fried potato patties with shallots, onions, and garlic? Add on an accompaniment of apple sauce and sour cream for dipping these Gluten-Free Potato Latkes, and you’ve got your weekend breakfast planned. 

Easy Breakfast Bake

An easy breakfast bake made with eggs, presented in a pie dish in the upper left corner, with a piece on a plate, and forks to the right of the pie dish.

Simple and easy preparation makes this Breakfast Bake taste even better. We take all your favorites like eggs, prosciutto, sun-dried tomatoes, pesto, and lots of cheese, and pack it into one single bite. If you thought our pancakes were yummy, just wait till you try them alongside this morning staple.

Story by Kylie Thomas

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