Healthy Applesauce Pancakes With No Sugar Added

"These pancakes freeze very well! Make them small for toddlers to hold or larger for the rest of the family. I like to use flavored (blueberry, strawberry, etc) applesauce without any added sugar. If you use a flavored applesauce, you may omit the vanilla flavoring. The flavors are great so that there is no need for syrup! This recipe is adapted from www.wholesometoddlerfood.com"
 
Healthy Applesauce Pancakes With No Sugar Added created by Ashley Cuoco
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  • Sift flour, salt and baking powder into a medium mixing bowl.
  • Combine butter, milk and egg.
  • Stir into dry ingredients.
  • Add vanilla (unless using flavored applesauce) and applesauce; beat well.
  • Spoon batter into a hot, well greased griddle.
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  1. JD B.
    These are excellent! I make them frequently now for my 2 year old wife and me. Yes they are a different consistency from pancakes, but who cares. They cook nicely, are thin, hold a blueberry or piece of strawberry or banana we’ll, and have zero added sugar. Great recipe thank you muchly!
     
  2. Nicholas J.
    Please take this recipie down. They were a complete fail. I too followed the recipie perfectly, twice. Both times, the middle of the pancakes are soupy.
     
  3. Mage M.
    I'm not the biggest fan of applesauce, so I used a good sized banana instead. Otherwise, these are the best pancakes I've ever had AND they have no added sugar.
     
  4. cle.franklin
    I also followed the recipe exactly and had the same problem as others. They looked perfect and golden on the outside, but were gooey and undercooked in the middle. I let some of them cook for a while, until they were quite dark on the outside, but still, mushy inside. They tasted alright so we ate them anyway so they wouldn't go to waste. Also, if a recipe says it makes 25 pancakes, it should specify what size those pancakes are. I made mine silver dollar size and I'd be lucky if I got 15 pancakes. Additionally, the recipe also says "serves 6". My toddler and I ate the entire batch and I was still hungry afterwards, so I am not sure how they are figuring this serves 6 people.
     
  5. Andrea K.
    Hello, just wondering what kind of sauce/syrup is in the photos. I am wanting to make some recipes with no refined sugar but I am thinking there's no much point in not adding sugar if maple syrup or honey is required as a topping. TIA
     
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