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Diabetic, Low-fat Special Buckwheat Pancakes

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  • Blend flours, baking powder, and sugar substitute in bowl.
  • Mix in egg, water, and melted margarine.
  • Let batter stand for 10 minutes.
  • Melt 1 teaspoon margarine in a 10-in nonstick skillet over medium heat.
  • Drop batter by the tablespoonful onto hot skillet.
  • Allow pancakes to cook until bubbles form around the pancakes.
  • Thin remaining batter with additional water if necessary.
  • Turn pancakes over with a spatula.
  • Continue cooking until pancakes are done.
  • Place on heated dish and continue cooking until all the pancakes have been prepared.
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  1. gorges1
    I also used whole wheat flour in place of the buckwheat. They were very flat. What would improve this recipe is adding 1/2 tsp baking soda.
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  2. gorges1
    I also used whole wheat flour in place of the buckwheat. They were very flat. What would improve this recipe is adding 1/2 tsp baking soda.
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  3. Bluenoser
    I am a big pancake lover.And when my wife and i saw this recipe we tried it and loved them instantly.I am diabetic and i am always on the search for great and creative recipes. Thanks for this so much. Will be trying them again soon.
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  4. Roosie
    The proportion of buckwheat flour to normal flour (admittedly I used whole wheat pastry flour) is perfect. These did turn out rather flat, but the flavor was great. I couldn't resist and used half milk and half water and my sugar substitute of choice was Sucanat, which isn't a no-calorie sweetener, but rather dehydrated cane juice- in essence, sugar with all its nutrients still intact. I was worried about the thinness of this when I first mixed it up, but it was much thicker after the 10 minute sitting period. Very tasty, very healthy pancakes! Thanks for a nice breakfast.
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  5. Linda B
    For low-fat, diabetic fare this was quite tasty. The proportion of buckwheat flour to all-purpose flour was just right. The recipe was easy to halve! Thanks for such a nice recipe to use while I am dieting!
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