Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 10 mins

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. This recipe will make about 2 dozen cakes depending on how you pour them.
  2. Mix and then sift all the dry ingredients into a bowl.
  3. Add the well-beaten egg to the liquid.
  4. Add the liquid mixture to the dry ingredients very gradually, and stir quickly.
  5. Now add the melted butter, egg whites.
  6. Hint: Turning the pancake more than once makes it firm.


Most Helpful

Wow...these turned out super fluffy and much lighter than I had expected them to with the cheese. I made an Italian sauce (kind of a cross between a pizza and a spaghetti sauce) for them. Tomato sauces sometimes bother DH's tummy, so he taste-tested, then went for his traditional maple syrup. DD#3 had the last one as an after school snack and decided that although she really liked the tomato sauce, she didn't like it on pancakes...she did, however, like the maple syrup on them. Thank you for sharing a recipe that DH says is the best pancake he's ever had (outside of our buckwheats) Mimi!!!

Cindy Lynn January 27, 2003

These are pancakes in the US sense ie closer to pikelets than crepes. It is a very thick batter but despite this the end result was a lot lighter than expected. They were a lot less cheesy than expected which was a surprise.

Missy Wombat June 03, 2006

Instead of pasta sauce, try applesauce on top.

jellie March 20, 2004

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