13 Reviews

Made this for lunch today....the kids were a little hesitant to try it because when I first took it out of the oven it was so puffy. After it settled a bit though they gave it a shot. We topped some of it with real maple syrup and some with a spiced sugar blend. Even with all of the butter used I had trouble with this sticking to the bottom of my pan. This was so much simpler then standing at the griddle flipping pancakes though, so I will definitely make it again. Made for 2011 Spring PAC.

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Chef Buggsy Mate March 01, 2011

I'm almost embarrassed to admit how many times I've made this so far. I do cut the butter down to 4 TBS but I also add 1/8 cup of sugar. It is very very good and gobbled up my the entire family.

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Plumshadow January 24, 2013

Instead of milk I used whipping cream, the soufflé turned out rich, also put maple bacon on top of the soufflé, to make a savory soufflé..

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martibrat July 03, 2015

I love these type of pancakes and your recipe rocks alligirl. I made half the recipe for dh & I, he enjoyed them as much as I did. The pancakes were wonderful, crisp, tender and full of flavor. Best of all quick and really easy to make. I garnished with a little icing sugar, raspberries and blackberries and a drizzle of pure maple syrup...for a wonderful taste experience. Best breakfast in weeks...Thanks so much for sharing. Made for Fall Pac 2012.

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Baby Kato November 07, 2012

Absolutely lovely! This turned out perfect and was a huge hit with the boys. I used my deep pie dishes and it made two perfect pancake pies ;). I'll half the recipe next time for the three of us as we had a full one left over and I'll fifth it for myself when I'm alone as a nice, simple breakfast. I definitely see this soufle being a staple in our home for any time I want an easy but delicious meal I know the boys will eat :). Thanks so much for posting Alli! Made and devoured for team Mischief Makers - ZWT, Switzerland :D

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Just_Ducky!! June 27, 2011

Yummy! Reminds me of my Muffin Tin Apple Pancakes! I made it in my cast iron frying pan and ate it with some berries and icing sugar... Thanks Alli!

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Cadillacgirl June 25, 2011

This was so very simple and delicious! After one bite, I was reminded of my mom's "Waxy Pancakes" (I know it sounds gross, but my Dad and I always preferred a "waxy" pancake to a "fluffy" one) and we would often eat them with just a squeeze of lemon and plenty of powdered sugar, so that is what I went with. Yum!

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under12parsecs June 19, 2011

Puffed up alot more than I thought it would. Made a nice quick and easy meal when I was really too sick to do much in the way of cooking. Made for ZWT 7.

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Nyteglori June 18, 2011

Very nice breakfast! This pancake made a very tasty pairing with Applesauce Apple Butter #364975 and was so quick and easy to make, although I did cut the recipe in half and used a 9x9 pan. Thanks so much for the post.

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Debbwl February 27, 2011

This was a nice treat for breakfast, served with maple syrup. I think it would be a great supper recipe, topped with creamed chicken or shrimp, also, since it is not too sweet. I halved the recipe with no problem (used 3 smaller eggs) and also halved again the amount of butter.

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Outta Here January 11, 2010
Pancake Souffle