5 Reviews

These are amazing. I can finally eat pancakes again! This recipe doubles and triples well too. The trick is to stir often with a whisk to get lots of air bubbles in there.

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midnightmama February 12, 2010

Turned out pretty good, but a little on the sweet side... Next time I'll only add one Splenda packet. Thanks for the post!

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silverelizard August 08, 2009

The cakes turned out as expected as per the directions. The icing was ok, i prefered sugar free syrup. Could have used more cinnamon to cover the bland taste of the flax, I used a quarter tsp. perhaps some natural-style PB would add some great flavor and protien. will try this next time and report back.

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speedracer53 May 19, 2011

This recipe is remarkably delicious! I used 2 whole eggs (about 1/2 cup) instead of the suggested substitute, and the pancakes were quite fluffy, just like regular ones. The taste was excellent and the texture was also similar to regular pancakes. I was tempted to have this recipe two days in a row and will definitely be making it part of my low carb diet. Thanks much for sharing!

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jakashner December 21, 2009

These were pretty good! They did kind of puff up after 1 min or so but they were still kind of thin, more crepe-like. The flax gave it a nutty texture & flavor. I used cinnamon & Eggbeaters, and no cream cheese topping. Overall, a great protein snack! Thanks for sharing!

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LUVMY2BOYS November 07, 2007
Fabulous Flax-Seed Pancakes