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These are like french toast without the toast. Not bad but next time I will definatly leave out the nutmeg. Kind of nice having something different other than eggs!
These weren't bad, but weren't exactly good either. The texture was strange and they tasted like French toast more than a pancake. It was nice to eat something that at least looked like a pancake though after a week of eating eggs for breakfast.
We tried this on our first weekend on the SBD because we were missing pancakes soooo much (usual weekend breakfast). We made 2 double batches for 2 of us! Much more like a pancake than I thought we'd get. I used half ricotta and half cottage cheese in each batch and liked the texture (I really don't like the texture of ricotta so I was worried about it alone & I wanted to use it up!)
Thank you for a great recipe
I was a total skeptic. These really aren't bad at all!
These are great! I used a teaspoon of real sugar instead of artificial. I sifted a little confectioners sugar on top when they were done. This was like a melt in your mouth crepe and still very lo cal.
Made these into silver dollar sized cakes this morning and was very good. Me and my fiance give this two thumbs up!
I really enjoyed these even without the syrup! Am determined to figure out how to make these into a tortilla style a wrap for lunch.
This was okay, but kind of rubbery.
My parents loved these, especially since they were getting REALLY tired of eggs. We cooked them as directed but found that they worked better if we treated them like a "normal" pancake and just flipped them on the griddle. Thanks for a great diet saving recipe!