This was an entirely different experience in taste and texture. We love it and will make it a regular in our home. Thank you.
Hearty, filling pancakes. This was a new eating experience and while I prefer regular pancakes, these were very good. Served with Blueberry Maple Sauce.
I love this recipe. The pancakes are hearty but not too heavy. I even use old fashioned oats instead of quick cooking. I switch out about 1/3 of the flour for wheat flour. Thanks for sharing!
These are some great pancakes. I didn't find them bland at all, and they do really fill you up. I used fat-free milk, 1/2 cup whole wheat flour and 1 cup all-purpose flour, 1 tsp. cinnamon, and I added 1/2 tsp. allspice. I made mine fairly large, and I got 8 pancakes from this recipe. I usually stink at cooking pancakes, but today must've been a good day, because they came out PERFECT! :) I might try adding about 1/3 cup finely chopped almonds or pecans in there next time. Thanks for this keeper recipe, WJKing.
I like the thickness and texture a lot, but the flavor was fairly bland. Would probably be improved with blueberries, as it does taste wholesome.
Thanks so much for the great recipe! I used regular oats instead of quick oats instead of quick oats and they still came out great. My husband and daughter both loved them and I get to feel good about feeding them whole grains. This will become a regular item on our breakfast menu. Thanks again!
This is an incredible recipe. I scaled the recipe for 1 person (me!) & used half whole wheat/half oat flour. I used rolled oats (1/4 cup--a little more than called for), skim milk (about 1/4 cup) & 1 egg white. I didn't use any butter or salt. They are thick & yummy & stand up well to toppings like natural PB, thick banana slices & sugar free syrup. Yum yum yum! Thank u for sharing!!
Great quick and easy recipe. Thanks!
These were very tasty. We sometimes decide to have "breakfast" for "supper". Served these with oven baked bacon strips and Microwave Scalloped Apples (#76504)
These were REALLY good! I did make a couple changes, though. I used buttermilk & real butter + I added an egg. I was out of baking powder so I used baking soda, instead. Served them with some good ol' WI Maple Syrup....YUMMY!!!