Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 10 mins

An adopted recipe. Will try to make and update soon.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Sift together dry ingredients.
  2. Mix in wet ingredients.
  3. Drop tbsp onto griddle until each side is browned.


Most Helpful

Haven't made these yet but I do have a tip. Some reviews mentioned saltiness. I found out the hard way that my baking powder is quite salty so I often leave salt out of my baked goods with no ill effects that I've noticed. Much more to my taste. Baking soda is also salty, of course. I understand that the salt called for in recipes is often primarily for flavor. You might experiment. Thanks for posting, Marg!

marion01 March 10, 2014

This was a nice change from regular pancakes! I used whole wheat flour, skipped the oil, added a packet of Splenda, and I was very light-handed with the salt based on the previous review. After I mixed it up, it still seemed a little thick, so I added about half a tablespoon of water to the batter. I cooked these in the microwave instead of a griddle; I only got three pancakes, and they weren't very large either, so I think to say it makes six servings is a bit of a stretch! They were pretty good, but something was lacking in the flavor, so next time I'd probably add some more spice. Thanks for posting!

brokenburner September 05, 2008

This only made three pancakes. They tasted kind of salty. I wouldn't make these again.

coeurdoo May 15, 2007

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