255 Reviews

I've been dying to try these but finally got around to it this morning for breakfast. First, the texture is very different from a regular pancake, but this of course is to be expected; there is simply no way to duplicate the texture with completely different ingredients. The taste by itself was similar to plain oatmeal, which I don't particularly care for, so the second round of cakes got a sprinkling of cinnamon on the them before flipping. This we really enjoyed! Added a bit of butter and syrup as if they were run-of-the-mill pancakes, and these were a sure winner. My 2-yr-old ate an entire one herself with no toppings at all, just the cinnamon! I will add fresh blueberries next time and I can't imagine how yummy they will be. Add all of that to how easy these were to make, and you've got yourself a nice five star recipe. THANKS for sharing!!

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hepcat1 May 06, 2007

Good, a recipe I use occasionally because it is healthy and my kids will eat it. However, I prefer the taste of a fluffy, buttermilk pancake on a regular basis.

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Strawberry Lemonade November 27, 2004

I absolutely loved these! They kind of resembled buttermilk pancakes for me. My batter was a bit to runny, so I added 1 TBSP. wheat germ and 1 TBSP. flax seed. FABULOUS!

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ashley dixon November 01, 2004

These pancakes are a perfect combination of good taste and healthy eating. They will be great for breakfast or a snack anytime of the day. I will be making these often. Thanks!

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Chris from Kansas December 07, 2003

This was great! What could be healthier!

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nothing November 04, 2003

This is a great treat for dieters. FYI this recipe is in the South Beach Diet cookbook. Enjoy!

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Cathy A. November 03, 2003

wow! these were so simple to make and came out so delicious. I also added some cinnamon and they were yummy! thanks for posting this recipe up. two thumbs up!

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varinialuvsrichard August 20, 2003

So easy, so versitile, so delicious! I used 1/4 cup for each pancake and ended up with 4 regular-sized pancakes. I subbed brandy extract for vanilla and sprinkled quite a bit of cinnamon in the batter (I'm a cinnamon freak). I ALMOST didn't see the *blender* part. Good thing I did otherwise I'd have lumpy pancakes. I used my mini cuisinart (it's so cute!) and wizzed it together. The result: a light, fluffy, smooth, tasty pancake that provides protein, fiber, and flavor. To top it, I used equal parts pureed granny smiths and sugar-free maple syrup (and some more cinnamon ;) Yum! Yum! And I even used FAT FREE cottage cheese! This is a recipe that CANNOT be screwed up!

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nomnom May 22, 2003

Yum! I only had one egg so I just used the whole thing, added some extra liquid and threw in a bit of cinnamon. I used plain yogurt and some fresh strawberries to top. So good for you and still delicious!

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shirubi May 17, 2003

Great recipe! I use it all the time. As a fitness freak, I especially love the protein in these pancakes. I usually add blueberries or whichever fruits are in season. NOTE: stick to using good old fashioned Quaker oats. I tried it using steel cut oats this morning & (pause) not so good! Overall, a great recipe

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Donald S. June 17, 2015
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