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Raspberry SD Pancakes

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dabrownman

Raspberry SD Pancakes

Here are a couple of shots of the SD Raspberry Pancakes made for breakfast a couple of days ago.  The spring was incredible !!! I used a starter that had been refreshed 3 days before some it wasn't in peak form.  Made the batter the night before and let it sit in the fridge overnight.  Very tasty too.  Another blog on TFL, sorry I can't remember which, inspired me.

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gmagmabaking2

Those look incredible! I will have to make some blueberry ones... I think I will do that right now and leave them in the refrigerator overnight like you did.... I can't wait! Bye!!!!

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dabrownman

I had blueberry ones this morning!!  I like them better than the Black Raspberry ones.  What fruit is next?

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Salilah

Those look great! Any chance for a recipe??

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isand66

Those look amazing!

Please post your recipe so we can try them too!

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dabrownman

Ok here goes:

1 C starter( I use 1:4:5 semi stiff)1 1/4 C AP flour (depends on how you like your pancakes and the flour you use.  You want the batter to be on the thicker side)1 C milk2 eggs -slightly beaten1 tsp baking soda1 tsp baking powder1 tsp yeast2-3 T melted butter - or oil3 T sugar1/2 teaspoon salt Dissolve the starter in the milk.  Mix everything (except the BP and BS) together by hand, cover with plastic and let sit for 1-2 hours.  Put in the fridge to retard over night. Take out the fridge in the morning and let sit for 1 hour.  Add the BS and BP and the blueberries.  Mix up and make the cakes in a cast iron skillet  on medium heat. Or, I do cheat sometimes, if I am missing something.  You can substitute 1 1/2  C pancake mix and 1 C water for everything except the starter, butter and blueberries.  You want it on the thicker side and you may need more mix to thicken it up. I use and highly recommend Krusteaz Buttermilk pancake mix if you go this route.    Sometimes I think I prefer the Krusteaz method better. It is hard to tell the difference