Nope. The excess vanilla made the batter brownish. The batter was extremely thin, so the pancakes were formed to the pan, not circular or shaped. Most importantly, there wasn't any fluff to them at all. Pretty gross and would never try again. I do acknowledge that I doubled the recipe, so definitely don't try that it you're going to try this recipe.
Very nice pancakes. I added a couple teaspoons of grated orange peel and fresh strawberries (goes great with Mimosas). Next time, I will omit the sugar because the outside of the pancakes were a bit more crisp than I prefer. Overall, they were wonderful pancakes. I will make this my standard recipe to use for Sunday morning breakfast.
Oh Camille, you and your creeper pictures... These pancakes were simply sublime. When I fall asleep to the sound of prerecorded waterfalls and hummingbirds, I dream of a utopia filled with these feisty, old-man flapjacks. When I get married, I hope to birth children as magnificently scrumptious and delectable as these crÃªpe descendants. Thanks be to God for the magnanimous being who invented such a wonder.
"2 tablespoons sugar (for diner-style pancakes) or 1?4 cup instant malted milk powder (for diner-style pancakes)" ??? Huh? So pretty much, it's "diner-style" no matter what you do? If I add a half gallon of curry power, is it still diner-style?
Turned out better than expected. Were light and just fluffy enough, not so think as Bisquik, but fluffy as home-made should be. Next time will wait until melted better is ENTIRELY cool to put into the wet mixture. Had a little bit of scrambled eggs going on, but they still turned out quite good. The melted butter in the mix makes a HUGE difference and tastes more like restaurant pancakes because of this. Will make this my standard from now on.
An absolute hit for the entire family. They turned out fluffy. My pancakes NEVER turn out fluffy! Delish!
Perfect with coco powder in it and domino suger on top
I followed the recipe exactly and the pancakes were perfect.
These pancakes had the perfect texture. And the taste was so good. Thanks Roxygirl :) Made for All you can cook buffet
These made for a quick and easy breakfast this morning. I used Splenda and almond milk. I liked the slightly sweet taste and that they went from start to finish in 15 minutes. They were a little thinner than my normal pancakes and had a spongy texture. Overall a great way to start the day.