Yes you can. I have used it the next day quite a lot of times. --DK
Baking powder acts as an leavening agent in a pancake helping it to give that fluffy texture. The little rise and puffiness is due to it. Although it is not necc. per se to use in a recipe - the result would be flatter pancakes. It won't rise or be fluffy. I think it would be more like crepes. Just skip the soda in this recipe and make your pancakes. They will turn out ok though not the best :)
Thank you Saffron. I am glad you enjoyed them :) ---DK
You can use milk instead - only they wont be called as buttermilk pancakes ;). (or) If you have non-flavored yogurt, just whisk in some with water to make the reqd. amount mentioned in the recipe (or) make your own - Mix 1 tbsp white vinegar with 1 cup room temp milk (minus 1 tbsp).Let mixture stand for 5 min before use. ( I havent personally tried it hence can't vouch for the results :) ). Hope this helps. -- DK
I need to do some cross check on this. Total of 967 or on a single serving? if you were talking about a single serving - then the math does not add up for me. The original recipe with addition of sugar and all purpose flours itself accounted for 350 calories and 1.78 gm of fat - mine is lesser on that count.
Yes I agree - but if you strip out even the natural fat, then there is nothing left. By fat free I mean stripping out the extra (bad) fat we put in over and above the natural ones which are good for you. :) If we go the complete fat free route, then we should all probably end up eating celery sticks for breakfast lunch and dinner - Complete foods do have unavoidable fat which is why daily activity becomes essential for the complete harmony -IMHO :)
the blueberries though not chopped will bleed inside - it wont remain whole once the pancake is cooked though :) Oh yes, you sure can...Waffles would be great too.
Oh yes - dried blueberries work perfectly for these. You can also use this recipe for gifting pancake mixes to friends /to make instant pancakes when in hurry. Just mix all the dried ingredients together (along with dried blueberries + sugar instead of honey) - put it in a jar and keep it. If gifting to friends - give them this recipe with the mention of adding the wet ingredients (as mentioned above) and making pancakes- Tada - Pancakes ready :) The dried blueberries work well in the sense they dont bleed all over like the fresh ones do :)