(15 servings) Printable Version
Serve warm over pancakes and waffles.
This stored okay for a week in the refridgerator. I just popped it in the microwave for 20 seconds, stirred it and microwaved for another 20 seconds.
Mr Breakfast would like to thank KennyRogers for this recipe.
Comments About This Recipe
What do you think of Buttermilk Syrup?
From Codie D.
Overall Average Rating =(out of 5)
Based on 12 votes.
I made it and I liked it, but I'm wondering why use the baking soda. I couldn't taste it (maybe a good thing).
Comment submitted: 6/29/2013 (#16086)
Really good if you substitute honey for the corn syrup. It is the best!
Comment submitted: 4/5/2012 (#13750)
I agree with Steph that it has a warm caramel feel. Really good sometimes instead of the usual maple syrup.
Comment submitted: 5/20/2010 (#10527)
From Gommy (Team Breakfast Member)
Made this today, served it over blueberry pancakes and WOW!!! It would be good on waffles, french toast, pound cake, ice cream --- or YOUR FINGER!!!
Comment submitted: 4/18/2010 (#10335)
From One Love
Blows to socks off love this recipie
Comment submitted: 1/17/2009 (#7386)
From justin84119 (Team Breakfast Member)
Rave reviews any time I serve this syrup.... I will never go back to maple syrup again. Serving it tomorrow at my ladies bible study, can't wait.... also giving it as Christmas gifts.
Comment submitted: 10/29/2008 (#6710)
It's the best.
Comment submitted: 8/17/2008 (#6152)
Mmmmm! I love this syrup. It tastes like melted caramel.
Comment submitted: 8/11/2008 (#6103)
I think this syrup is awesome! It is such a different fun way to syrup! The reason for the corn syrup is so that there isn't any crystallization of the sugar.
Comment submitted: 7/14/2008 (#5875)
I thought this recipe was awesome. We love it on pancakes,and waffles. It is the best syrup and so easy to make. It is delicious just by the spoonful.
Comment submitted: 4/10/2007 (#2120)
This is wonderful, and easy to make.
Comment submitted: 12/11/2006 (#930)
I've made buttermilk syrup before with a different recipe and I thought it was alot better. I think the difference was using corn syrup in this recipe. It tasted more like carmel syrup than buttermilk. I'd try it without the corn syrup.
Comment submitted: 9/16/2006 (#329)
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