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Great low carb alternative to regular pancakes! Great idea!! They came out more moist than regular pancakes and tasted a little bit more like egg, a bit like french toast. I added a little vanilla. Will definitely make again!

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Kibby1 January 06, 2003

Mmmmmmmmmm! These pancakes are delicious! The idea of cottage cheese with panckes didn't sound all that great at first. But, they really are delicious... you should really try these!

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Abby C October 01, 2002

This was super easy to make. I used 2 whole eggs instead of 4 egg whites. I doubled the recipe, blended in the blender. It was a little bland alone but when I poured maple syrup over it, the kids gobbled it up!

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mosma January 14, 2015

I only changed it by quadrupling the recipe exactly and adding choc chips, vanilla and not using cinnamon. AMAZING. Better than regular pancakes and I'm sure healthier with the protein from the fat-free cottage cheese. No syrup or butter needed. My whole fam is eating them right now and they have no idea that they are eating cottage cheese!

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Kaseysospacey April 29, 2011

These were perfect for my husband and I. I doubled the recipe and added some vanilla - it made about 9 5-inch diameter pancakes. I had mine with syrup and blueberries, he had his with some all-fruit preserves. Great for his extremely reduced carb diet. He never gets to enjoy pancakes and now we can!

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Demandy September 13, 2009

What wonderful pancakes! I used fat free cottage cheese, Eggbeaters, no salt, oatmeal flour-LOTS of cinnamon & some Splenda. Even for being so healthy, this is a big serving! So next time I'm going to lower the amounts just a tad :-). I topped them with a little peanut butter & a few banana slices. Delicious, healthy & so easy! Thank u for sharing.

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LUVMY2BOYS October 29, 2008

These were outstanding! Light and fluffy. I used whole wheat flour and a couple of tsp of splenda. I made one batch with chocolate chips there were inhaled. I made one batch with fat free cottage cheese and egg beaters and they were still great!Overall, this is a very versitile recipe to use as a base for your imagination or stand alone.

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Mrsspeevs June 26, 2008

Delish! So light and fluffy. I can't wait to try variations of these.

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Sophaholic January 25, 2007

I tried these because I bought a jumbo pack of cottage cheese from our market to find it went out of date the next day (grrr!). They were pretty good! I have known I need to reduce my carbs for a while now so this is a great start. One change I would make is to make the pancakes savoury as the cinnamon didn't come through strongly enough for me. Some ideas I had were adding thinly sliced spring onions and a couple of drops of chilli oil to the mix or using the cottage cheese that comes with chives or pineapple. Regardless of what I put in them however, they will still be made!

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PinkCherryBlossom December 28, 2006

My husband has had to cut out carbs due to health reasons and has really missed having pancakes. As Kibby mentioned, this is a good alternative to the real thing. Cottage cheese is loaded with sodium so the additional salt was not necessary for us. I love that it's high in protein and so easy to make. We'll make these again. Thanks for posting!

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Mom4Life July 02, 2005
Cottage Cheese Pancakes