Multigrain Pancakes

  • MBH816 Posted: 12/18/10
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    Good solid pancake. Easy to make. I added 1/2 t cinnamon and I used honey greek yogurt. I give the flavor 5 stars but I thought the pancakes were dry. Everyone kept reaching for more syrup. I'll make again maybe use more yogurt or add some bananas. Only got 10 pancakes.

  • cookiemunster Posted: 08/12/10
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    I make these all the time. They are delicious. I follow the recipe and serve with syrup and pecans on top!

  • rstpchang Posted: 08/31/11
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    i didn't have whole milk, so used reduced fat. also used polenta since i didn't have cornmeal. i thought that the pancakes turned out fluffy and moist, esp for whole grain pancakes.

  • jodyjackson Posted: 01/28/13
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    While I really would not serve these pancakes to company, I will make them again. I did make a couple changes. I used nonfat cottage cheese instead of yogurt because I had it on hand. I also added lemon zest to the batter and frozen blueberries to the pancakes as they were cooking because I had them and love them. My 1 & 3 year olds devoured these and so did I. I did get 12 pancakes from the mix and used a 1/4 measuring cup when adding the batter to the pan. Also, I found the serving size of 3 pancakes to be surprisingly satisfying.

  • mariposa02 Posted: 02/05/14
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    These were great! I usually use the Trader Joe's Multigrain Pancake mix (which is delicious!) for healthy pancakes but I was out of the mix, so tried this recipe and it was so yummy. They were perfectly moist and lightly sweet. I let the batter sit a bit to soften the cornmeal and oats, which thickened the mix. My changes to the original recipe included substituting coconut oil for the butter and adding ground flax to increase the health benefits. Might not buy premade mix again!!


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