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These are from Susan Powter, but don't let the low-fat make you think these are not really tasty. I put all ingredients in a food processor, give it a good mixing, then fry in a hot skillet coated with cooking spray. I don't know why, but the first pancakes poured in the skillet always seem to be "sacrificial" (our dachsies love them). Keep the faith -- subsequent batches will be just fine. I often have a hungry pack of teens at my home on a Saturday morning -- doubling this recipe works great. Leftovers refrigerate well in a zip top bag for a quick reheat in the microwave. These also are delicious as pigs in blankets -- wrapped around cooked turkey sausage links. Cooking time noted is per batch of pancakes. Number of batches varies depending upon the size you make your pancakes.
- Place all ingredients in a food processor work bowl and mix well.
- Pour pancake batter to form pancakes in hot skillet coated with cooking spray. (On our electric stove, we set it to medium heat -- around 5 or 6) Brown lightly on both sides.
- Serve topped with butter spray or margarine, if desired, and maple syrup.