Oh yes.....Used olive oil for the oil...brown sugar for sugar...1/2 tsp cinnamon, 1/2 tsp vanilla, 1/2 tsp allspice, 1/4 tsp nutmeg....These are most excellent....These are going to college with my son, with homemade syrup that I made with brown sugar, water, vanilla extract....NO High Fructose corn syrup for us...These will be made as a staple pancake in our house.....Thank you, Thank you......
Great taste! I did add bout a tsp vanilla abstract and some cinnamon. The boys (2 and 1 yr old) ate them up.
Tastes great! I added some vanilla and stirred in sme dried cranberries at the end. Yummy!
I would have given them 5 stars, but there is not enough flavor as is. I added chopped pecans, used brown sugar instead of regular sugar, added all spice, cinnamon, dash of nutmeg, vanilla extract, and I also put a small bit of maple syrup in the batter. Also, I don't have a food processor so I put carrots in blender with milk. I used 6 oz of carrots because I couldn't tell if recipe called for 1/2 of an 8oz bag or 1/2 of 16 oz bag which is equal to 8 oz. Anyway 6 oz was delicious. I did have to add more milk though. I'm not a big vegetable eater and I wanted to start eating healthier and this recipe is an easy and tasty way to do just that. Thanks
I made one as intended, then added vanilla, cinnamon & raisins to the batter and cooked the rest that way, which I found tastier. This is a very moist pancake and tasty--especially for being so healthy. I used almond breeze for the milk & opted for applesauce instead of oil. I made a cream cheese spread for the topping made with 4 oz reduced fat cream cheese, 1/4 cup powdered sugar, 3 tbsp milk & 1 tsp vanilla. Yum!
These pancakes were great. They were moist and fluffy with no carrot taste. I used soymilk in place of milk and opted for the applesauce. Yum!
It wasn't all that tasty for me w/o syrup, but my 9,7, and 2 year old ate them eagerly... the picky little 2 year old did a little happy dance & said, "Oooh, yum, yum, yum." Thus, the 5 star rating. :)