Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 5 mins

I have not tried this yet--maybe someone with a sense of adventure will give it a try.

Ingredients Nutrition

  • 2 egg yolks
  • 20 fluid ounces Coke
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 2 cups flour
  • 14 cup butter or 14 cup margarine, melted
  • 2 egg whites, beaten stiff


  1. Beat the egg yolks into the cola drink.
  2. Add salt to the flour; stir in the cola and egg and beat well.
  3. Add the melted butter.
  4. Fold in egg whites. Add more cola if needed to make a very thin batter. The secret of good pancakes is thin batter (not over 1/8 inch thick).
  5. Cook on hot griddle, turning only once.


Most Helpful

Did not work for me at all. Once the liquids were added the batter was too thin. The sugar content of the the soda caused the pancakes too burn, and they did not cook through thoroughly. I had lowered the heat in an attempt to prevent burnt pancakes, but the batter that cooked became like plastic and were unable to be cut by a knife. The idea was good but i recommend using soda that has become flat as the carbonation will curdle and dairy that touches it and will cause the batter to foam up, as well as us 1 cup flour and 1 cup bisquik. And only 8 oz. of soda to prevent a super thin batter, the consistency of pancake batter should be that of a good gravy, thinner would be good for crepes. This recipe as is would be good for funnel cakes and batter for other deep frying needs, but it didn't work for pancakes.

Patrick S. January 03, 2015

Hi, I just made these pancakes... they were sooo easy to make and it didn't took so much time.. THEY ARE DELICIOUS!! My little brother and me ate them and first they tasted the same as normall pancakes, but after a few bites you notice that they are more fluffy then normal pancakes... The colour is a little bit more like caramel...I definitely recomend these.. although they are less creamy, because you use coke instead of milk... My little brother really liked these pancakes so I think I will make these a much more often.. xxx Tatjana

XxTatjana xX September 29, 2006

I have been known to try a odd recipe or two. So much so that whenever I tried a new recipe my oldest son would asks what was in it before he would take a bite. These pancakes were thin and moist but had a different texture than other pancakes to us. The beaten egg whites didn't blend very easily into the batter, maybe because of the coke. Thanks motherof5 for something different to try. Bullwinkle.

bullwinkle July 05, 2006

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