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Excellent recipe! I especially like these extra-thin and crispy. The recipe is just as delighful with yams in place of potatoes!

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sock-monster October 06, 2003

I halved the recipe for 4 people. I used a thin spatula to flip them and they were nice and crispy brown. I have never tried latkes before, but these are great! I may add some more seasoning the next time though. Thanks for posting!

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sweetcakes July 19, 2010

So yummy! I used LOTS of cooking spray and had no trouble with sticking. Before I flipped them over, I sprayed each latke with a little olive oil spray and some more cooking spray. My kids just loved these. They asked if they could have them for breakfast the next morning too. I love that they are not fried! Thanks for sharing, will be making these lots : )

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Lakerdog2 June 13, 2008

THis recipe ROCKS!!!! Following the recommendation of others, I shredded 1 sweet potato and also added lots of shredded multi color carrots and zuchinni. It tasted AMAZING! I managed to get my vegetable hating toddler to eat the whole thing!! MY to- go -to recipe for a healthy tasty meal!

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wennysiak January 19, 2010

wow these are great i luved them only i had to make them for my daughters social studies class and cut it in half but they smelled amazing and the funny thing was that we used hash brown potatoes. lol

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CookbookCarrie December 18, 2008

What a great idea to bake these! Loved the concept and the flavor was nice. However, mine did stick to the pan (yes, I sprayed it well) and only browned on one side. I will definitely try making these again.

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Bekah49036 October 20, 2008

Amazing! I doubled the recipe and used mostly yukon gold potatoes (starchier than regular), and made up the difference with Idahos I believe. You really have to oil the tray well - I used vegetable oil and a LOT of it. Otherwise they'll burn. Make sure they're pressed flat once they're on the pan, or when you go to flip them over, the second side won't brown properly. Thank you so much for this recipe! It made serving these as an appetizer to my meal very easy - no standing over a pan frying.

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MontrealJulia March 16, 2008

I really liked these and they look very pretty on a plate too. I served them alongside burgers with sugarfree ketchup and salt and vinegar like french fries! Thanks for a lower fat idea.

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3shihmum January 30, 2008

These were excellent! We thought the flavor was quite nice and the ease of preparation was wonderful. Not to mention how great it was that they are so low fat! This is my new favorite way to fix latkes! Thanks!!

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ladypit January 08, 2004

Wonderful, I love this version which does not make the mess the tradional frying does. Per recipe I used two baking sheets, but must not have sprayed enough cooking oil on one because the latkes stuck. Will make it again and again, but is there any way the prep work can be done ahead of time without the potatoes turning dark. That would be the ultimate. ingrid in tampa

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tampacountess January 05, 2004
Baked Latkes