add 1/4c Craisins...MMMMMMMMMMMMMM
Wow! These were great. I made them dairy-free substituting rice milk for the milk and coconut milk beverage for the heavy cream. I'm sure they would have been really decadent with the cream, but these were some hearty pancakes no matter what. Otherwise I followed the recipe. I make ginormous pancakes out of them...sort of German style, I guess....and got 8.
We LOVE these pancakes, minus the raisins. I opt for the wheat flour to make them healthier. Patted with butter and a drizzle of real maple syrup, these can't be beat!
Normally, I cannot make a pancake to save my life. However, I found this recipe and planned to make them for my 2-year-old, but I ended up eating a bunch of them. They're delicious! My son agrees. I cut the recipe down to 1/3, but I will soon try making a lot of them and freezing them. I used all milk instead of cream because that was all I had. I also added some milled flax seed and a little extra oatmeal because the batter seemed thin. In the end though, they were awesome. Thanks for a great recipe!
I made these not too long ago and my family loved them. My hubby was a bit iffy when I told him the name of the pancakes, but he fell in love after the first bite. My 3 year old likes hers with peanut butter smeared on top. And they made the whole house smell good while cooking.
I've been meaning to make these for ages and I finally got around to it!!!!!These are lovely pancakes...very automnal! I'm afraid I didn't follow the recipe to the T...I just threw everything together! ;-)...so maybe they weren't as light as they are meant to be but they still tasted brilliant!
These are my favorite pancakes from now on. Thanks 3KillerBs (I like your name!)
Good pancakes! I used pink lady apples, and doubled the pecans (which was just right for us). I usually don't put syrup on my pancakes, but I did with these. Since there is no sugar in the batter, I felt like they sort of needed it. This recipe served about 6 people.