15 Reviews

What a GREAT, healthy recipe! My family ate them up! I love the simplicity of the recipe, too! I did make a couple of changes by substituting 2 Tbl. applesauce for the oil (for less fat), added 2 heaping Tbl. flax meal, and a mashed banana (as you suggested). Delicious!! We will certainly make these again. Thanks for sharing!

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MamaMeag June 12, 2009

Because I have cut white flour out of our diet I never thought about having pancakes again...until now!! These are great and they passed the teenager test too!! :) I did substitute Splenda for the honey, as I have cut certain sugars from my diet also. Thanks for this great recipe :)

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Shae April 15, 2003

These make wonderful pancakes! My husband and kids devoured them! I made them exactly as the recipe says to with no alterations. They were so filling that we only had one or two apiece and I froze the rest of them for later.

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839181 October 19, 2008

Worst pancakes I have ever made or eaten!

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nthomas July 20, 2008

I followed the recipe exactly and it was delicious. As a healthy alternative to syrup I topped them with some sweet strawberries and everyone loved them.

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Rae-Rae April 01, 2008

These pancakes are very healthy, but very flat. They burned easily when I was cooking them too. Also be sure to stir them well because the honey likes to sit in the bottom of the bowl.

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CookingSandefer January 12, 2008

Thank you for this great recipe! It makes pancakes like my grandmother made me as a child. They are perfectly brown on top. I love them with butter and honey.

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phyllisfreemanjr October 28, 2007

This recipe is great! The batch made enough for my family with some left over to freeze for several "quick" hot breakfasts. The whole wheat flour makes them heartier, so they're more filling. I added fresh-picked blueberries while on the griddle- yumm! They do cook differently than lighter, fluffier pancakes, though.

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worshipathebeach June 27, 2007

The flavor was good. I didn't add the honey instead I used cinnamon and vanilla extract. The only problem was when I cooked them with a little butter on my cast-iron skillet the pancake got stuck. I also tried cooking some of the batter on my stainless steel pan and the same thing happened. I have cooked pancakes in the past made of all-purpose flour both on the skillet and pan and I have never had that problem. Any suggestions?

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Diamond Feather June 11, 2007

DH loved these. A word of caution if you are measuring your ingredients on a scale-- you may have to add more flour, or use less milk. I had to add more flour because mine were very very runny, and I even only used 2 egg whites and NO oil. I also added a tsp of vanilla extract.

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yogiclarebear March 07, 2007
Whole Wheat Pancakes