By Shar-on on January 15, 2004
"These are the lightest, and most delicious melt in your mouth pancakes/waffles ever! Serve them with maple syrup or any other topping you enjoy. This is one of my Mom's recipes. She also looked for recipes that were healthy and tasty."
Serving Size: 1 (227 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 2
"I got 4 big pancakes out of this. I used 1 cup of wheat berries though. I'm new to wheat berries and I'll make them this way. I didn't cook the wheat berries before I'm not sure if I had to but they are great. I even forgot the honey and they're still good. Thanks."
"Do you use dry wheatberries or ones soaked overnight? This recipe looks super yummy and I can't wait to hear back so I can make them!"
"These were pretty tasty. I thought the batter was a little runny so I added some quick oats to thicken it up a little. I think I made them too big. The family had a hard time finishing them. It is a good way to use some of the wheat I have though."
"These are by far the most tasty whole wheat blender pancakes I have ever had. Adding some extras (like cinnamon and vanilla) would make them even more yummy, if that's possible!"
"I made these this morning and they were definately light and fluffy! I made waffles, and I used cracked wheat cereal instead of Wheat Berries. That was the closest thing I had, and it seemed to work well. My 22 month old even ate some and liked them!"