10 delicious ways to use leftover buttermilk
Here are ways to put your leftover buttermilk to use:
You can use your leftover buttermilk to make this so-simple, no-fail formula for the most tender buttery biscuits that will impress new cooks and old pros alike.
If you’re ready to step up your brunch game, this beautiful cake will definitely do the trick. Serve with lots (and lots) of coffee.
Buttermilk adds a rich creamy factor and tangy depth to these garlicky mashed spuds. They’re really easy to make, so there’s no reason you can’t put them your dinner menu tonight.
A good brownie recipe becomes great with these 6 customized variations: Coconut-Macadamia, Peanut Butter and Pretzels, Coffee Bean, Malted Toffee, Oreo Cheesecake Swirl, and Honey-Nut.
Homemade ranch dressing
Not only is ranch easy to make at home, it’s way tastier and healthier than any bottled stuff you’ll find at the store.
These fluffy buttermilk pancakes deliver half the fat and all the scrumptious comfort food personality of your typical short stack.
This quick smoothie comes together in a flash. Just dump all ingredients in a blender, puree until smooth, and breakfast is served. Buttermilk adds a delightful tanginess to balance the sweet fruit.
Unsweetened cocoa, buttermilk, cacao bittersweet chocolate morsels, and semisweet chocolate morsels combine to form a most powerful choco-squad in this indulgent triple-chocolate pound cake.
Here’s a breakfast muffin you don’t have to feel bad about. We opted for canola oil over butter, incorporated 50% white whole-wheat flour, and kept the added sugar low by leaning on the sweetness of ripe summer strawberries, blueberries, and raspberries.
Dress up scoops of tangy buttermilk ice cream with in-season berries, sliced stone fruit, or lemon rind strips. P.S. waffle bowls are always the right thing to do.