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great!!! i made two versions- one for me and one for Boyfriend. in my ultra healthy version i used all WW flour, no oil, extra applesauce...and they were prefect! topped with yogurt and applesauce- no syrup needed. my BF's version (he loved them and wanted more) i used all white flour, eggs w/ yolk- they were fluffy and just fantastic. and EASY! yay for this recipe.
We had these tonight for dinner with some eggs and bacon...fluffy and tasty with some light syrup. I think you can definitely tell that they are low fat/light pancakes, but there's not enough of a difference to make me not make them again. I'm going to freeze the rest and use them for super-fast breakfasts...thanks for posting!
We have made these pancakes several times now, with and without blueberries, and have enjoyed them very much every time. These are a great healthy alternative for people who enjoy a nice breakfast but are watching fat and calories, and they would be great even for those not watching what they eat. I used whole wheat pastry flour for the whole wheat flour, but I am sure regular whole wheat would be fine, too. For my husband and I cutting this in half makes the perfect amount! Thanks for sharing a great recipe that has allowed us to enjoy Sunday morning breakfast again!
These were good. I used dried egg whites and all applesauce(no oil) and they turned out great. The did seem to take a little longer cooking than regular pancakes.
these were fantastic pancakes! it's the first time i've ever made them w/o a mix and we were so delighted! my husband had no clue they were low fat and my toddler thought they were yummy! the only change i made was to add a little almond and vanilla extract, oh and mixed frozen berries....sooooo good!
My 12 year old son made these for me and they were great! Light, fluffy, wonderful!
Yet another good one, ladypit! As promised they are fluffy and don't have that "health food" taste that many whole wheat recipes have. I only used 1 T of brown sugar and threw in 1/2 cup of chopped mango, and they had just the right amount of sweetness.
I have NEVER been able to make good pancakes. They were always too thin and dense or too thick andnot done in the middle, this recipe was not only lowfat but each time I've used it, they have turned out perfectly. Thank you! Also, I used Splenda brand brown sugar and another tablespoon of applesauce instead of the oil. For those of you on a point based diet, they are 1 point per pancake.
I absolutely loved these--healthy and still delicious! They "taste" healthy, but I love them! Thank you!