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This was an entirely different experience in taste and texture. We love it and will make it a regular in our home. Thank you.

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Margie Brock January 29, 2003

Hearty, filling pancakes. This was a new eating experience and while I prefer regular pancakes, these were very good. Served with Blueberry Maple Sauce.

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LainieBug May 26, 2013

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!

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alkaloidqueen January 24, 2012

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.

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Greeny4444 July 08, 2010

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.

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Hollie Bean July 03, 2010

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!

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-Tracy- May 11, 2010

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!!

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LUVMY2BOYS April 09, 2010

Great quick and easy recipe. Thanks!

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eversoev January 01, 2010

These were very tasty. We sometimes decide to have "breakfast" for "supper". Served these with oven baked bacon strips and Microwave Scalloped Apples (#76504)

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Catte Nappe March 07, 2009

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!!!

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Ackman August 20, 2008
Lancaster County Oatmeal Pancakes