Buttermilk Pancakes with Agave Nectar and Syrup

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Good Morning Everyone!

Tonight we have another review, but this time, included in a recipe. (Oooh and Aahh) Now in this recipe we have Agave Nectar and Agave Maple Syrup from Sohgave! I am very honored to try their products as an alternative sweetener and alternative syrup as well. Their products have a unique taste, unlike normal maple syrups and honeys. The honey in particular is a little bit thinner than regular honey, not as sticky. It has a unique flavor that is very floral but still has that honey flavor as well. Definitely a good alternative to sweeten up recipes for little ones, who can not have honey at a young age.

*Mom fact: Honey may contain botulism spores which can lead to botulism poisoning. Even pasteurized honey can contain botulism spores and should be not be given to children under the age of 12 months.*

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Pictured Left to Right: Blue Agave Light, Blue Agave Nectar Raw, Maple Flavor Agave Syrup and Honey Flavor Agave Nectar

Retail Value:

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Blue Agave Light 17oz. – $3.99

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Blue Agave Nectar Raw – 17oz. $3.99

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Maple Flavor Agave Syrup – 17oz $4.99

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Honey Flavor Agave Nectar – 17oz $4.99

Buttermilk Pancakes with Agave Nectar and Syrup

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You will need:

1 1/2 Cups Self Rising Flour (I used King Arthur brand)

3 Tbl Agave Nectar (Or Agave Honey)

1/4 tsp Baking Soda

1 Large Egg

1 Cup Buttermilk

2 Tbl Vegetable Oil

In a large bowl or stand mixer, mix together your wet ingredients (Buttermilk, Egg, Oil and Agave Nectar) until foamy.

In a separate bowl, mix together your dry ingredients. (Flour & Baking Soda) If you only have regular flour, the pancakes will turn out very thin and not as fluffy. Self rising flour, I highly recommend for fluffy amazing pancakes.

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Slowly whisk the dry ingredients into the wet ingredient mixture. Let stand for 5 minutes.

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Heat your griddle, frying pan or electric skillet to 375 F.

Drop 1/4 cup of the batter onto your desired cooking surface. The batter will spread, and when it starts to bubble, you are ready to flip! You can test the pancakes to make sure they are cooked through by lightly pressing in the middle of the pancake. If it springs back, it is done. If it stays sunken in, still needs to cook a bit longer.

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Spread butter on your hot pancakes and serve with hot or cold syrup.

Enjoy! I guarantee after trying these pancakes you won’t go back to using a box mix. 😉

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One thought on “Buttermilk Pancakes with Agave Nectar and Syrup

  1. Pingback: Simple Beer Bread and King Arthur Flour Review | Caitlin's Confections

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