Millers whole wheat pancakes

"This is a light and fluffy, healthier pancake. The recipe comes from "The Millers Family" book series that our family has used for devotions."
 
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Ready In:
40mins
Ingredients:
6
Serves:
4-6
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ingredients

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directions

  • Beat eggs, milk and oil lightly Blend together dry ingredients- add to wet mixture.
  • Mix together until just moistened cook over medium heat in greased skillet/griddle.

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Reviews

  1. These are pretty dense, but that is expected with whole wheat flour. My batter was easily poured though, and did "bubble" and cook as usual. The flavor was great, and I appreciate that there is no added sugar or white flour. This will be one of my regular breakfasts from now on.
     
  2. I'm not sure that I would call these pancakes light and fluffy. They're very dense because of the wheat flour (and I used whole wheat pastry flour)but they are made a little lighter because of the baking powder. I found that I needed to scoop the batter onto the griddle because the batter was too thick to pour. I was a litle skeptical because of how they looked while cooking (mine did not bubble up when they were ready to be flipped), but they tasted very good. If you like a wholesome, filling pancake, this is a good recipe for you.
     
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