A Southern buttermilk pie meets fresh glazed strawberries in this delightful dessert.
We often find ourselves with the odd half cup of buttermilk in our fridge. Rather than making the usual pancakes, fry up a batch of these easy buttermilk doughnuts.
The ingredeints and instructions are simple, but this buttermilk bundt cake tastes truly spectacular.
Juicy peaches and fresh blackberries are sweetened and topped with buttermilk biscuits before being baked to golden perfections.
In the heat of the summer, fry your buttermilk chicken outside and serve it up with a cool miso slaw.
A sweet and savory blueberry sauce is cooked down to syrupy goodness and served over crispy chicken thighs that have been marinated in buttermilk and spices.
A vanilla bean flecked buttermilk custard base pie, familiar in southern cuisine, is both sweet and tangy, a great year round dessert.
Crispy, fried chicken, done just right is a perfect halftime food as football season kicks off.
Grilled chicken is served in a Cobb salad, drizzled with a spicy buttermilk and topped with a creamy blue cheese. A cool salad that is great for these last summer days, but hearty enough for a crisp fall afternoon.
Parmesan cheese and fresh summer basil take the perfect flaky buttermilk biscuit over the edge for a delicious breakfast bread or dinner side.
Creamy and tart with lemon, this blueberry and buttermilk ice cream is a sure summertime pleaser.
Topped with whipped cream, this jammy cake is similar to strawberry shortcake but more rustic and tart from buttermilk and rhubarb. Fit for all summer long.
A perfect side to summer’s barbecue, try making golden hushpuppies with a slightly sweet cornmeal center.
Before roasting, the chicken is tenderized in flavorful buttermilk. Use the leftover poaching liquid to make a delicious garlic and buttermilk cream sauce.
A go-to recipe for a relaxing brunch, these waffles have delicious flavor and spot on crisp outsides with fluffy centers.
A sweet and tangy fudge with a fresh hint of rosemary to beautifully complement the orange flavors.
These oven-fried pickles are a must-have for your next soiree. They are baked, and dipped in the most addicting buttermilk ranch with a hint of dill.
“Everyday” muffins that are anything but ordinary and are still hearty enough for breakfast. Fluffy with a crunch from the apples and walnuts.
Panna cotta may seem hard, but it’s so simple. Just heat and set. Buttermilk and cream give the dessert a great mix of flavor to pair with sweet nectarines.
Sweet peaches, refreshingly tangy buttermilk and cornmeal combine to for seriously delicious, light and fluffy pancakes.
Scones use the crème fraîche part of cows’ milk and the tangy buttermilk. Rich in dairy and dried fruit, this pastry should be eaten all day long.
An indulgent brownie for adults and also a perfect sweet treat for children. These brownies are moist and flavorful with the addition of buttermilk and a icing to top them.
Heart-shaped linzer cookies pack a rich flavor with chocolate-buttermilk centers.
Make this stunning strawberry cake with buttermilk, so soft and moist.
All the creamy components of these biscuits, buttermilk, yogurt, and of course the cheese itself, temper the heat of the chipotle and keep it in balance, without dulling its smoky character.
Labor Day may have come and gone but tomatoes are still ripe. Take advantage of the final weeks of summer with this rustic savory pie.
Bake these slightly-spiced rolls in jam jars for alongside dinner or shot glasses for pretty party snacks.
Before you embark on bread making, buy an instant read thermometer. All bread is done at 200 degrees.
Buttermilk, sugar, egg, and butter replace the typical cornstarch pie glue to make almost a cheesecake-like base.
Once you fry your own chicken, you’ll never be as happy with that store bought bucket of bird again.
These are just different enough to make them special and a bit unique, but still worthy of being called a classic buttermilk biscuit.
As good as rhubarb is paired with strawberries, it’s also pretty good baked in a bundt cake flavored with buttermilk and lemon.
You’ll never guess this cake is made with 100% whole wheat, honey, buttermilk and 2 whole cups of zucchini.
The brown sugar and vanilla adds a smoky depth to the flavor of these buttermilk French toasts.
This cake is perfectly spiced with allspice, clove, nutmeg, making it the perfect Holiday Cake.
A healthier donut, baked with buttermilk and whole wheat flour and topped with a lemon glaze.
Buttermilk adds a slight tang and fluffy texture to this cake, and lemon zest adds a floral aroma.
As the weather warms up, Patty Price finds herself turning to the blender to whip up a fresh cooling smoothie for breakfast.
The sourness of the buttermilk marinade creates a “fresh” aroma in the meat.
A delicious cool buttermilk shake with warm holiday notes of cinnamon and raspberries.
To showcase how outstanding buttermilk can be, Laura Davis serves a delicious lemon buttermilk ice cream recipe she got out of the Austin American Statesman food section about a million years ago.
There are plenty of good excuses to eat pancakes for breakfast. Amrita Rawat gives you one more.