This was a perfectly tasty recipe, but not what I expected. I agree with one of the other reviewers who said this was very eggy. From the name of the recipe I expected a fluffy giant pancake, but what I got was a firm eggy creation. I altered the recipe a bit so I'm not sure if that affected it. I used whole wheat flour instead of AP, skim milk instead of soy, and egg whites instead of whole eggs. I also added a bit of cinnamon and vanilla extract and served with a fresh strawberry sauce. The batter was very thin so I did expect this wouldnt have a traditional pancake texture, although I still sort of hoped it would. I baked mine in a 9" glass baking dish which worked perfectly (no burning, no sticking!) Incredibly simple and quick recipe, just not what I expected is all.
Oven-Puffed Pancake with Fresh Raspberries
Kris510 Posted: 04/30/09
Sarahag Posted: 05/07/11
This did not work with a pie plate at all, but worked perfectly with a nonstick pan. When the pancake comes out of the oven and falls, it is the consistency and taste of q thick crepe. My family tried it with the suggested toppings as well as wig just powdered sugar both were good. This was easy and tasty, would make again. Did not find it eggy or have any of the other problems that were commented on, but I followed the recipe exactly.
rstarrlemaitre Posted: 10/01/12
This was a nice light, lightly-sweet pancake, although nothing special. The raspberries in the center made the pancake a little soggy, so I might use something like a raspberry syrup next time. Great crispness to the edges.
BluegrassBelle Posted: 10/07/13
This recipe puffs up beautifully in the oven! I followed the directions exactly but used skim milk instead of soy milk. I thought is was a little eggy, too; like a thick crepe. It was a little bland but maybe a flavored syrup would help. I will not make this again but did find it quick and easy to make.