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