They were a little dense, wondering if one less egg will lighten them up even more? These ROCK! Now I don't have to worry! (topped with sugar free syrup) Thanks – they're delicious. It is so fluffy and delicious. Yum! Not sure, add more liquid if it’s too thick. I’ve tried a few whole wheat and regular pancake recipes…this was by far the best. I had to throw a lot of the mixture away because it was thick so had to thin down half. This will be my go-to recipe for pancakes from now on!! my recipe made way more than 7 pancakes woo hoo! I made these into waffle this morning, and they were delicious! Hi, I just made these this morning and they are really good. my baking soda was past date (didn't realize prior to making) but they still turned out delicious. I calculated old points (still using old program), and I got 3 points for 2 pancakes. Made these yesterday- Wonderful! My toddler LOVED it! Thanks for the delicious recipe! How do you heat them up if you freeze them? I’ve been making these for a few years, we love them! My five-year-old said, "They taste like French toast!" I will probably make them again. Make them all the time. Any slight changes you make to this recipe can yield a different result, so I suggest making them exactly as written. Is there a way of making just enough batter for two or saving the batter to use at a later date? I also whipped the egg whites and folded them in at the last minute. I have made these pancakes for the last two Saturday mornings. in my next batch. Congrats! I beat the egg whites first (soft peak) and then folded them into the batter. I like mine topped with berries and a little pure maple syrup or blueberry compote. Like, what!? I felt that the blueberries provided enough juices on their own that no syrup was required for those pancakes. I put in just 1 tsp. My picky nephew loved them and so did I. I love this website and can't wait to try out more recipes!! The recipe calls for 2 cups + 2 tbsp fat free milk…. Your site is beautiful keep up the good work! If anyone has done this please let me know! are we talking about the same recipe? pineapple? I made these from my 1 year old and 3 years with blueberries in the batter. They’re absolutely delicious. LOVE this Recipe!! So really, it depends on what you like best. Hi! new favorite! Froze half and added blueberries to others. I'm a single girl, so I'm hoping my bounty of pancakes will keep well in the freezer. Hi!I just wanted to let you know. I used Almond Milk and topped mine with natural PB and pure maple syrup and they were light, fluffy, maybe even a bit spongey and overall 5 stars. I would like to make Belgian waffles to freeze using this recipe since I love the pancakes. Kids loved em too. My picky 6 year old devoured them! The whole time I was preparing breakfast I was gearing up to handle the kids’ complaints. . They were definitely yummy!!! I changed out the milk for Almond Milk, since that's what I had in the fridge. Found this recipe on pinterst recently and made them yesterday! -Ays. No oil! Your site is wonderful, easy and tasty, not to mention skinny. Maybe I shouldn't have sifted? I appreciate it so much! But switching up your side dishes can bring a refreshing change to a classic comfort food dish. Thanks Gina. These were amazing. They have definitely helped me stay on Program and loose quite a bit of weight. . Two pancakes are plenty…thanks so much. My family loved it. These were AWESOME! Hi Gina! My tweaks – used half buttermilk, half milk. Sorry but these were not that great at all People are entitled to their opinion – brutal or otherwise. Even the family members tjat don’t like pancakes loved them. I had purchased a lot of white whole wheat flour to replace the use of white flour. So simple to make, which is important to me and I can count my WW points! I can't even. It sounds amazing. If you like thin pancakes, add a little water to the batter. Just wondering why? love them! Powered by the ESHA Research Database © 2018, ESHA Research, Inc. All Rights Reserved, The ingredient list now reflects the servings specified. I also substituted cinnamon applesauce for butter. My husband said he missed pancakes (we’ve been dieting) so went on the site and found this recipe. My daughter said that there was too much cinnamon. Great stuff. I think next time I'll try to cut down the butter and sub some applesauce instead. I would love to make these pancakes for my little ones but when I make pancakes all I usually make is 2, that is all they will eat. I also used a sweetener like stevia instead of sugar. I used to do weight watchers, but I'm in the gym more now and I still use some of the WW recipes along with your recipes to eat healthier. this pancake brings happiness and joy to our dinning table! any recommendations for subbing the sugar? And he didn't complain about everything always having to be whole wheat, haha! I made this for my husband Chris this morning. I tried this pancakes today and it was a big hit!! It was so easy and impeccable! I am totally in love with this food! Did you use the molasses instead of the sugar or add more flour to make up for the added liquid, or just use the recipe as-is and add these two ingredients? My kids tried nutella, grape jelly and syrup on them–all combinations were successful. We thought they were great. These were WONDERFUL!!! They were delicate and delicious. I made these today for the first time. These are very light and tender pancakes. My kids love them! I don’t know what “Hannah” did wrong, but I just made this recipe and had successful results! I added blueberries to it too. Hi, I am obsessed with pancakes and these have been a Godsend for me!!! I found out that if you use a pastry brush to brush oil onto the pan in the shape of any alphabet the impression gets onto the pancake when done. Easy recipe and totally delish. I also halved the recipe. Glad you liked them! My kids gobbled them up sans syrup. The batter is quite thick and I found they were harder to flip being so heavy. They are great reheated for a quick breakfast. When prepared with whole wheat grains it will be much healthier as it is rich in fiber.. Yum! Delicious , healthy pancakes my whole family loved. I used it as his birthday "cake" too. I followed your instructions and they came out great. SOOOOO GOOOOD!! I opted for whole milk and that may have made them extra fluffy but subbed coconut sugar for regular sugar. I was thinking of pouring the batter into mini muffin tins and adding a small bit of cooked turkey sausage.