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I only had two eggs left in the house, but that worked just fine. Topped with apple/cherry butter, it was just wonderful!

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dogsandwoods July 10, 2007

Revolutionized my pancake-making. This recipe showed me that you don't need flour to make good pancakes - pancake batter is very flexible. You can even replace the cottage cheese with soft silken tofu (I'm not a fan of the soy taste and covered it up by adding red currants to the batter before blending). Thanks for opening my eyes!

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frglar July 03, 2007

Fluffy, soft, golden brown ... outstanding! You can't even taste the cottage cheese (good thing). I forgot to add the vanilla, but these still tasted fantastic! As per the advice from others I added more oatmeal to make the mixture a little more dense, and also added some splenda to suit my taste.

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gym tonic June 23, 2007

These were really, really amazing. I can't wait to make these again!

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Jodid June 15, 2007

Holy cow, these rock. I've got to admit. I took some of the advice from the other comments to add 1/4 cup more oatmeal and two tbs of splenda. But I also don't really like the taste of cottage cheese. Still, these were the best!! I don't think I'll ever eat regular pancakes again! Not considering how good and vanilla-y these taste and the added health benefits from the oats.

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Juushinkan June 10, 2007

WoW~ These were sooo good! Served them with a combo of Trader Joe's Plain Greek Yogurt and Lemon Curd...Served 2 kids and mom....Thanks!

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dukeswalker May 31, 2007

These were wonderful! I cut the recipe in half-used oat flour, fat free cottage cheese, added 1/4 tsp cinn & 2 tsp Splenda & used Eggbeaters. They were so good!! And healthy, too-a great snack!!

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LUVMY2BOYS May 23, 2007

Love this! Add 1 tb. of jello powder or a hanfull of frozen berries and you are good to go! Sugar free syrup and butter buds add to this healthy recipe nicely.

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johnnyjoesgirl May 17, 2007

These were good. I halved the recipe and used one whole egg, and made 2 small pancakes out of it just for me. I think I will probably cook them a little longer next time, as they weren't quite all the way done in the middle. I will probably also add cinnamon. All in all, a good recipe that I will make again!

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LeighAnn May 14, 2007

These were great, not as good as "real" pancakes but a good compromise on healthy and tasty, and they were very filling. Like someone else suggested, I would say this makes two servings rather than one. Next time, I think I will add some splenda or honey as I prefer my pancakes a little sweeter. The instructions didn't say how long to blend for, so I whizzed mine until it looked reasonably smooth, but it could have done with a little longer as it was they were still a bit lumpy. I will definitely be making these again!

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Talicca May 06, 2007
Oatmeal Cottage Cheese Pancakes