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These pancakes made for a delicious breakfast! I was a little worried that they would be too spicy, but the spices were balanced perfectly. I was out of ground cloves and substituted all spice. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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Lucky in Bayview October 30, 2012

My hubby and I enjoyed these pancakes for breakast two days in a row. They are a dense pancake with a lot of flavor!

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CookbookLady July 02, 2009

very good. great gingerbread flavor. will make again. thanks.

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Messy44 April 26, 2009

Excellent pancakes! Not for the faint of heart, these have lots of gingerbread spiciness. Fantastic with maple syrup, but I can't wait to try them with ginger syrup. Yum! Magnolia Cafe is my favorite restaurant in Austin. I ate there several times a week in college and am craving it now. Try it, you won't be sorry! Thanks, Luby, for sharing their recipe!

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LonghornMama November 11, 2006

Absolutely wonderful! The 1/2 cup of sugar wasn't too sweet for us. I made these one morning for breakfast and doubled the recipe with the intention of freezing some so the kids could eat them during the week. HA! There were none left to freeze!

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Annisette February 17, 2006

If this is the original recipe for the gingerbread panccakes from the famous Magnolia Cafe in Austin, Texas, which I think it is, these are fantastic! I like the original pancakes with less sugar, but then, I use ginger syrup (recipe from King Arthur Flour) on mine. If you are ever in Austin, Texas, try the Magnolia Cafe. You won't be sorry.

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dksbook July 06, 2005
Gingerbread Pancakes