Wow! I always figured the eggs a) held the pancakes together and b) made them fluffy. This extremely simple recipe disproves both of those... now I'm not sure why most recipes call for eggs! Like others, reached for this on a morning when we ran out of eggs. Found the basic batter a little bland - maybe it needs more sugar, or a touch of salt? Added blueberries, which I love in any pancakes. Thanks for a useful addition to the list of family "staples."
Very tasty, falls apart fast when just a little bit of syrup is added, but my little boys love it. Great for when I realize I haven't bought eggs... Again...
These pancakes sucked, they were flat and i followed the directions exactly, wasted my time making them, i even added an egg and they still sucked and were flat.
These were pasty and I could taste the baking powder. Yuck.
This recipe is delicious and I will never use eggs again or Bisquick. I did not use vanilla and it certainly wasn't missed. The pancakes were fluffy and the cinnamon was the magic touch as when I have made pancakes in the past I couldn't even taste it. Thanks for a great recipe!!!
This is a seriously incredible recipe. I can eat eggs but will consistently use this recipe from now i had mine soaked in golden syrup which was nice with the cinnamon
For some reason this recipe doesn't call for salt, so first batch was very bland. Added a pinch of salt and lemon zest and they much better...
gr8 m8 i would r8 8/8 would bake again
this recipe is very efficient and it can be used in many ways!!!
I don't know if I can give it 5 stars just because I made some changes. I used applesauce instead of oil just because anywhere I can get a fruit or veggie is a bonus. Almond milk instead of cow and I also didn't use cinnamon because my son doesn't care for it. Instead I put in 1 1/2 T of cocoa powder and 2 T of sugar. We thought they were pretty darn good and vegan to boot!!