Find loads of delicious uses for buttermilk, from fluffy American-style buttermilk pancakes to traditional buttermilk scones. Buttermilk makes cakes deliciously moist, and gives bread loads of flavour.
A fantastically moist chocolate fudge cake with an easy-to-make chocolate icing that gets poured over the cake like ganache. The buttermilk ensures that this chocolate cake has loads of flavour and is incredibly moist.
A very easy bread. Best if made the day before, or several hours before serving.
American pancakes are much thicker than ours and are traditionally served with maple syrup. You can opt for maple syrup, honey, golden syrup or a lovely fruit compote.
My mum has been making this wheaten soda bread on a daily basis for the last 30 years - in fact, maybe more than that! Recently, she started sprinkling the dough with sesame and pumpkin seeds which adds a delicious nutty flavour to it.
A little melted butter and an egg add extra richness to a basic soda bread. Wrap in a tea towel while cooling if you prefer a softer crust.
This is a simple cake that is nice to have to hand for that mid-afternoon break. If you don't have lemon extract (Dr Oetker is a good brand), try either making the cake without for a simple butter cake, or adding a tablespoon of lemon zest.
The combination of buttermilk and baking soda makes these pancakes as light as a feather! It makes quite a few so perfect for a weekend breakfast. Add a few blueberries for the kids or serve with bacon and eggs.
This is an easy recipe to make traditional Irish soda farls. This quick no-yeast bread is cooked on a griddle and great for breakfast.
These are very delicious pancakes and my family love them.
Pretty chocolate cupcakes with vanilla icing, that sit on an Oreo® base. Delicious and nice to look at.