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These are similar to my own recipe but even easier. I used an immersion blender to blend eggs and peanut butter, and I guess it's the soda that makes them so fluffy. Topped them with maple syrup as suggested - wonderful!
Made for PAC spring 2011.

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Mia in Germany March 21, 2011

These are very good! I made two large pancakes. They were nice and fluffy. The peanut butter flavor is very mild and enjoyable. I am interested in experimenting with adding gluten free chocolate chips or some fresh blueberries next time. Thanks for sharing!

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Starrynews March 07, 2010

Very paleo friendly! I used almond butter and added 2 TB of ground flax seeds to the recipe. I will try with cashew butter, too. Very delicious; thanks!

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Kiko October 26, 2014

I was surprised by how much these resembled a grain-filled food. I have made these at least a dozen times, varying the proportions of egg to peanut butter a bit. I found my favorite is 3 large eggs to 4 T peanut butter. I usually make a big batch and use a full cup of peanut butter, a dozen eggs, and about ¾ t baking soda. Yum! It works well for waffles, too.

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Grain-Free Dairy-Free Amy October 20, 2014

I really liked this recipe. I did my own spin on it though. I added 1/2c Tom Sawyer's GF AP flour, 1/4c soy milk, 3/4c Enjoy life mini chocolate chips, and 1 1/2t baking powder. (made recipe to make 18 pancakes)

I used my Kitchen aid mixer to combine the PB and Eggs and Soy milk. Then added the rest of the ingredients until combined. We used Emeril's Strawberry syrup on top and my 4 children ate 3 of them each!!

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amitudesCookn March 04, 2013

These were a nice change of pace that came up just a little short for us. Made as written using the emulsifier to blend, did get 6 nice sized pancakes with the last three getting a little over cooked as the pan got to hot. Thanks for the post.

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Debbwl April 03, 2011

This didn't quite turn out. I ended up with one nice peanut butter pancake and one egg. The peanut butter and egg whites just didn't seem to mix, and most of the PB stayed in the bottom of the mixing bowl. Although I would have liked 2 pancakes, the one that worked out was very good. If I could find a way to make a more smooth, consistent mixture I would definitely make this again.

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haven't the slightest August 13, 2010
Flourless Peanut Butter Pancakes