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I did these without the syrup and with fuji's, too. Very good, maybe a little heavy.
This was a really good pancake recipe. It wasn't too difficult to make, and they tasted delicious. Thanks Barbara!
I loved this recipe. It was good even without syrup! This recipe reminds me of something they would serve at a bed and breakfast. I used Fuji apples and it gave the pancakes a bit more sweetness.
Fantastic! This was the perfect from scratch pancake recipe we have been wanting to find for a long time. The texture is exactly how we like it, tall and more substantial than what some would call a "light" fluffy pancake. This is fluffy though, but has the slightly more dense texture that my family prefers. I used a coarsely grated, peeled Golden delicious apple in the batter.We loved the flavor, and my picky 2 yr old had no idea she was getting a nice dose of nutritional apple. I think it would be great to substitute a little bit of buttermilk for the milk and maybe add some ground oatmeal for a little more fiber as well. But really, no changes are needed because this recipe is awesome as is!
delicious! just think i added a little too much cinnamon, so next time i will use less. my family liked them alot so thanks for the posting!
Mine came out way too salty. Hard to eat. Everything else was perfect. I suspected that the salt was too much. Next time will only use a pinch.
A wonderful recipe, I used Royal Gala apples and the apple taste was not strong enough for us. Next time I'll use stronger apples and hopefully that helps. My 3 year old helped make them and we were happy with how much he could do, this is a nice, quick and easy recipe. I'll make it again.
Thanks for a good recipe. I added more apples and used 1/3rd whole wheat flour.
These turned out great. I was looking for something a little different from my other pancake recipes and this was it. Nice and fluffy but still thick. I used half wheat flour and was going to add some buttermilk but forgot. Will definitely make these again though so I'll try it that way next time.
Yum! I made a few changes- I doubled it for a crowd. I replaced 1 cup with whole wheat flour. I was short 1 egg (so I put 3 instead of 4), and I ran out of milk, so I replaced 1 cup with water. Even with all those changes they turned out absolutely delicious. In some, I added some frozen blueberries while cooking. Those ones were even better. My husband raved and said they were a make again!