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These pancakes would have been great except that there was too much baking soda. You could really taste it in the pancakes - even with yogurt and maple syrup (our favorite pancake toppings) you could still taste it. We followed the recipe except that we omitted the oil.

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Waking Dreamer August 03, 2009

Yum! These make fluffy, moist pancakes bursting with blueberries. The thickness was perfect. I used 1/4 of the oil and all ww flour. I love the bit of spice here. The cinnamon flavour was slight, yet especially noticble with the first few bites, and a enjoyable surprise! Thanks Kelly! Made during ZWT 4.

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LUv 2 BaKE July 09, 2008

I didn't have to add milk. The consistency was fine, not too thick. I served them with maple syrup (from Quebec, from my cousin). Thanks Wildflour. Made for the Babes of ZWT4

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Boomette July 01, 2008

WOW!! I made these for Sunday brekkie and they were ALL gobbled up in a flash! The batter was thick, but that is JUST the way I prefer it for pancakes that have fruit in them - you need the bulk to hold the fruit in the batter. I splashed out and bought some VERY expensive frozen blueberries from Canada, it is not the season for them here and they are slightly different here anyway, myrtille we call them! I served them with maple syrup as you suggested and butter as well....delicious! I took NO photos today - my batteries on BOTH cameras died - post holiday and ZWT fatigue I suspect! LOL! I will be making these again and will take photos then - thanks Kelly! AB FAB! Made for ZWT4 - FT :-)

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French Tart June 29, 2008

Very tasty but the batter was so thick I had to adjust it w/ more milk. I loved the nutmeg and cinnamon in the batter. By the time I got to the last pancake I had the 'learning curve' down and the batter the right consistency. It was enough for the two of us a lovely breakfast with maple syrup (from Vermont - Shhh - don't tell!) and butter. Made for the Daffy Daffodils ZWT4

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Ma Field June 28, 2008

Very nice pancakes. Kids scarfed them down. Knowing the strength of my baking powder and soda, I reduced both to one teaspoon. I still had a batter so thick that I had to add a little milk in. I love recipes that use buttermilk...used coconut oil for vegetable, used a combo or white and wheat flours, and sweetened with maple syrup and sucanat in place of the brown sugar. Tasty breakfast. Made for my Babes for ZWT4 Canada.

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Kitchen Witch Steph June 27, 2008

Yummy, yummy. My son and I made these together and thoroughly enjoyed them. We served them with hot maple syrup and they were devoured very quickly. Made in Canada during ZWT4.

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sassafrasnanc June 25, 2008

delicious pancakes, these will be a keeper, thanks!

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OrganiGem October 06, 2007

Excellent texture and lovely taste. They come out on the thick side but yet very fluffy. Great recipe!

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Adrienne in Reisterstown July 04, 2007
My Best Blueberry Buttermilk Pancakes