6 Reviews

These would not cook through - I even tried silver dollar size at a lower temp (which took forever) but still gooey and undercooked. All went in the trash. Very disappointing.

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SSaaler August 02, 2014

The center never cooked through. I tried the recipe as is and also added more milk to thin it out. Both efforts turned out goopy in the center.

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freesmith321 June 06, 2014

I'm sorry to be a negative nancy but we followed this recipe to the T and it was terrible. The flavor was fine but the pancakes never cooked in the center. To clarify my level of expertise, I make pancakes every week, one or twice a week. I've never had a problem with pancakes that don't cook enough. I think the ratio of applesauce to milk to flour is off. I don't know how to tell people to fix the recipe except to say, don't use that much applesauce.

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Andrea R. May 26, 2014

I added more milk to have a thinner consistency. I used unsweetened applesauce. They were great. But we ate them with maple syrup, a classic here. Thanks rachelallen :) Made for PAC Spring 2012

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Boomette April 16, 2012

Made these with unsweetened applesauce and they didn't need any additional sugar! I did add a little more milk to thin the batter out but otherwise made as written. Made for 2012 Spring PAC.

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AZPARZYCH April 08, 2012

We thoroughly enjoyed your pancakes, but I have to admit to having used some homemade applesauce that had a bit of sugar in it! Still, the 'cakes were delicious, & we thank you much for posting the recipe! [Made & reviewed for one of my adoptees in this Spring's round of Pick A Chef]

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Sydney Mike April 03, 2012
Healthy Applesauce Pancakes With No Sugar Added