Flour and {Buttermilk}

The first image I think of when I hear “buttermilk” is good old fashion, fluffy pancakes drenched in maple syrup. While this is very true, buttermilk can be used in a number of recipes. See some of my favorite below!

Originally, buttermilk referred to the liquid left over from churning butter from cultured or fermented cream. It also comes in many forms: liquid, powder and solid – and is based off your recipe.


Buttermilk Pancakes

I recently had some amazing melt-in-your mouth buttermilk pancakes at The Original Pancake House when I was visiting family in Texas over Christmas. I usually like to add a fruit such as strawberries, apples or bananas for flavor, but these were SO good just on their own. Here is a recipe from {Pop Sugar} that is close to what I experienced in Texas.

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Buttermilk Biscuits

You had me at biscuits. Nothing is better than when its warm with melted butter and drizzled honey on top. This recipe has the right idea! Recipe from {Chew Out Loud}

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Buttermilk Cinnamon Rolls

Sticking with a breakfast theme, cinnamon rolls are mine and my husband’s favorite “lazy Sunday morning” go-to. I don’t always make them from scratch, but these are worth the time. I am drooling over these photos from {Bakingdom}

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Buttermilk Fried Chicken

Not on the healthy list of foods, but you can always have a cheat day, right?! Breading for fried chicken makes or breaks it for me. This one adds the right amount of crunch and flavor. This savory recipe is from {Kitchme}

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What are some recipes that you mix flour and buttermilk?

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