These are really good pancakes. The cream cheese gives them more richness than plan old vegetable oil like other recipes use. I would make these again. I think they need a pinch of salt to make them 5 stars.
Cream Cheese Pancakes
HorseFLy Posted: 11/23/08
honeydo Posted: 03/23/09
The pancakes were delicious, nice and fluffy. I used about 1 1/2 cups milk. Chef BEWARE: Don't space out and forget that self-rising flour is different than regular flour. I made this mistake, and was in shock when the first two pancakes looked like unleavened bread...hmm, maybe because they were! You can fix this by adding 3 teaspoons baking powder to the mix in addition to the 2 cups flour, plus a little salt. I put vanilla yogurt, strawberries and a little syrup on mine and they were awesome!
waterlily78 Posted: 12/07/09
I made these for my boyfriend yesterday, and he said they were fabulous, very rich and fluffy, and better than the ones he had at a restaurant on our last trip to NYC. Will definitely be making these again, by request. I halved the recipe and, since I didn't have any self-rising flour, used a conversion mix of all-purpose flour, baking soda, and salt (1 cup flour, 1-1/2 tsp. baking powder and 1/2 tsp. salt).
GingerbreadHW Posted: 07/17/12
This recipe was made outstanding by adding strawberries to the pancakes while cooking. Also with a nice dusting of powdered sugar ;)
crmeng Posted: 01/21/13
My husband made these this morning and they were a hit with the picky pancake eaters at our ouse. Added blueberries. Will definitely make these again.
MzTami Posted: 11/25/12
Made these Thanksgiving morning and family was begging for them again. I did use all purpose flour with 2 tsp baking powder. I'm going to make it again, but double the recipe and adding chocolate chips.
dpygrl01 Posted: 12/22/12
I used all purpose flour with 2 tsp baking soda and added chocolate chips. DELICIOUS!!!!!!!