Scrumptious pancake recipes to try this weekend

It’s the weekend and we couldn’t be happier, especially when there are yummy pancakes on the breakfast menu. These classic cakes are easy to make and even easier to enjoy. So, if pancakes sound good right about now, keep reading for five scrumptious pancake recipes

Banana Pancakes


If you like a slight hint of banana flavor, you’ll love these crispy pancakes. Ready in minutes, you can dress them with your favorite butter spread, bananas and maple syrup.

Scratch Pancakes


This 7-ingredient recipe is as simple as they come, but the results will wow you. These pancakes are tall, but still manage to be light and fluffy.

Blueberry Buttermilk Pancakes


Buttermilk gives these pancakes a tangy taste and bouncy feel. And the fresh blueberries add a burst of juicy flavor that’s hard to resist. Just be sure you don’t over-mix the batter – that will make these pancakes a bit flat, rather than light and airy. Enjoy them fresh off the pan, with plenty of butter and maple syrup.

Chocolate Chip Pancakes



Treat yourself to something special by adding chocolate chips to your pancake batter. Because what’s better than melted, oozing chocolate on your breakfast plate? Top with a dollop of whip cream if you’re feeling extra decadent.

Fluffy Homemade Buttermilk Pancakes


These light and fluffy pancakes are a great classic, so have fun stacking them high on your plate. Since they’re deliciously plain, you can serve them with just about everything, from fresh fruit, to your favorite jams, to maple syrup, powdered sugar and even a dollop of Nutella. The sky’s the limit.

5 easy ways to make today a positive day 

Bad moods. They happen to the best of us. Sometimes, we know why we feel negative, but other days, we’re just off and can’t figure out why. Maybe it’s hormones, or the weather, or what you had for dinner last night. Either way, no one likes to have a bad day. Luckily, there are simple things you can do today – and every day – to make it a positive day. Here are five of them.

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