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Can't really rate it since I had to make changes. I was out of milk and replaced with the juice from frozen peaches mixed with water to make 1.5 cups. Had to omit eggs and sugar too. Plenty of sugar in the peach juice. It was way too thick so I also added some applesauce along with more water. Used 2 Tablespoons of baking powder and result was very fluffy healthier pancake!
I doubled these and used the juice out of the can for 3/4 cup of the milk. They were wonderful pancakes but we couldn't taste the peaches. I used canned peaches so I don't know if that was part of the problem or not but next time I will be using frozen. Used with Vanilla Peach Syrup Vanilla Peach Syrup.
These were good. They turned out nice and fluffy with a "peachy" taste. I wasn't impressed with the cinnamon sugar on top, but they do need some extra sweetness. I had an extra peach so I sliced it on top. I think whipped cream would be nice.
Batter was very thick--needed to add at least 1/2 cup more milk to get it thin enough. The end result was not the fluffy pancake I prefer. They could use more cinnamon and the flavor of the peach doesn't really come through.
Very good! I left out the salt and the margarine, and added 1 teaspoon of cinnamon to the dry ingredients. We ate the pancakes with maple syrup instead of the cinnamon sugar and butter.
Thanks for the great recipe. I made this for my family on Sunday morning. My husband said it was great. The pancakes were very fluffy. The peaches add a nice taste without a lot of sweetness. Very good with the melted butter & cinnamon. I will make this again.