Lemon Ricotta Pancakes are light and fluffy and full of lemon flavor. They are easy to make and come together in minutes. You can even add blueberries for a fun twist!
Lemon Ricotta pancakes may seem like a fancy recipe, but they are super simple to make. Ricotta adds a light and fluffy texture to the pancakes. The lemon juice and lemon zest give a lovely, but subtle lemon flavor. We recommend serving these with either traditional maple syrup, buttermilk syrup, or blueberry syrup.
Can I add blueberries to lemon ricotta pancakes?
Yes, you can easily add blueberries to this recipe! Fresh blueberries can be folded into the pancake batter, or you can add them in after you scoop the batter onto a griddle to form designs or patterns. You can also use frozen blueberries, but be sure to defrost them completely and remove any excess moisture. Use up to 1 cup of either fresh or frozen blueberries in this recipe.
How do I know when to flip my pancakes?
Lemon ricotta pancakes should be cooked on a flat surface over medium high heat. To decide when to flip, look for bubbles in the batter. The edges will start lose their shine and then you’ll know it is time to flip. Your pancake should be golden brown on each side.
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These are honestly the best pancakes I have ever had in my life! Thank you again Rachel for another amazing recipe. You are just awesome!!!
Tried these lovely pancakes for the first time and they were absolutely delicious!!! Will definitely be making them again and possibly put it in the blueberries. I just did them strictly with the lemon.Also really loved your slutty brownies. Loved all of the recipes I’ve tried thank you
Made these with buttermilk. They were fluffy and delicious. I served with a side of lemon curd for a little extra bite. No need for syrup.
This is my new favorite pancake recipe – thanks very much for sharing. A couple small wrinkles in my version: I added a splash of vanilla extract to help offset that eggy odor and I used Lactaid (lactose free) milk without any issue.
Any nutrition info (carbs, calories, protein, serving size…) for this pancake recipe would be a big plus!
thish looks so good in the video im going to try them for breakfast lunch or dinner you did a great job showing me how to make them i know i can make them too
they look so yummy. have to make these for my grandkids and of course myself.. I
will let you know what they think later….