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Wonderful pancakes! I added the extra water which produced a light pancake but still with enough substance that we like so well. Topped with a light whipping cream and you have a wonderful treat. A real winner, Nic.

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Merlot March 16, 2006

Quick and easy to put together. Cooked these in a small amount of butter and drizzled with maple syrup. I did need to use a little more water than the recipe called for. Really liked the nutty crunch with raisins.

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PaulaG March 09, 2005

Sorry!! these pancakes were ok, but a little on the heavy side. The instructions were good except that it says nothing about the tablespoon of melted butter listed in the ingredients. So I added it to the batter at the end. The taste was good, I served them with butter, a shake of splenda and a good squeeze of lemon over, thanks for sharing and good luck in the contest.

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Derf March 08, 2005

I had this dessert for breakfast! I enjoyed these. This is a hefty hungry man serving. I made 1 stack of 3 large pancakes. Topped it with praline pecan ice cream and syrup. Thanks for a great breakfast dessert!

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Rita~ March 04, 2005

This recipe was such a surprise to me. I had looked at the RSC ingredient list many times and never thought of pancakes!! So I had to try these. I ended up with 5 –4 ½” pancakes. The flavor in these was good and the fruit and nuts are a great addition. I ended up using all of the water plus a little extra to get the batter to a consistency I could work with. Also where is the melted butter used? I thought the pancakes were a little “heavy”, but the taste made up for that. The sweetness level was just right in these too. I would make these again and maybe try them with the apricots. Great job chef!!

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Susie D February 18, 2005
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