You can make IHOP buttermilk pancakes just like they do—it is easy to do! We are proud of this long-awaited creation. Enjoy these famous pancakes at home! You can make a plateful of the IHOP Buttermilk Pancakes for you and your family. IHOP Buttermilk Pancakes are hearty pancakes. Be sure to make some of these very soon.
Who doesn’t love a great big stack of IHOP’s famous pancakes? Now you can have these anytime without a long line. I sometimes know on the weekend the line can go out the door. But you can make a great big stack of these at home.
I love these pancakes they have a wonderfully fresh taste. They aren’t hard to make at all. Sometimes when I make a batch of these, I make some to stick in the freezer so I can enjoy them later. I lay the on a cookie sheet, freeze the pancakes individually flat, when they are completely frozen I move them to a single zip top bag and I am set.
For making this recipe you can use a griddle, or a large skillet. To make these I prefer a griddle, because I can make a whole batch at once. Skillets work well, I like to heat my oven to around 200 degrees and pop the cooked pancakes on a cookie sheet and keep them warm until I have cooked all of them.
IHOP Buttermilk Pancakes
You can recreate the IHOP buttermilk pancakes at home.
- 1 1/4 cups all-purpose flour
- 1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder
- 2 1/2 teaspoon sugar
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
- 1/2 teaspoon baking soda
- 1 1/2 cups buttermilk plus 2 to 4 tablespoons if needed to thin the batter
- 2 tablespoons vegetable oil plus more for the pan (or nonstick cooking spray)
- 1 egg lightly beaten
- Syrup, for serving
Place the flour, baking powder, sugar, salt, and baking soda in a bowl; Whisk them to mix. Add the buttermilk, oil and egg. With a spoon, mix all ingredients and beat until smooth. If batter seems to be too thick while you’re cooking the pancakes, add a little more buttermilk and mix well. Heat a skillet or a griddle over medium-low heat. Brush with a little oil or spray with nonstick cooking spray.
Pour in batter until it spreads to the desired size. Let the batter start to show small bubbles on top before you turn the pancake over to finish cooking. Turning pancakes is made much easier if you spray your pancake turner with a nonstick spray. The turner does not stick to the uncooked pancake batter when you are turning them. Cook the pancakes until golden on both sides. Serve warm with your favorite syrup. This recipe makes about nine 4" - 5" pancakes. Serve warm with your favorite syrup.