Pam-Cakes With Buttered Honey Syrup

  • katiescarlett Posted: 12/29/10
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    just as good as everyone said, now our favorite pancakes they freeze well if there are any leftovers

  • aubiechic Posted: 01/06/10
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    this recipe was so simple and delicious! I actually omitted the egg (it was not needed to hold the pancake together); I susbtituted applesauce in place of the butter for the pancakes since the syrup has butter; I also used plain yogurt in place of the buttermilk and it worked great! yield: 6-8 servings

  • tmands Posted: 10/04/10
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    I use this EVERY WEEKEND! We put everything in it, apples with cinnamon and peaches. Turns out great every time!

  • Charmin Posted: 08/30/10
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    I make thess about twice a month! Absolutely fantastic! I use my own syrup. Quick and easy recipe.

  • peaches09 Posted: 03/04/10
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    Excellent pancakes! Light, airy, and delicious. I made the recipe exactly as written. Don't overmix the batter! Will be using this as my "go to" recipe for pancakes. (They freeze well, also.)

  • EdieC1 Posted: 07/28/10
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    I misread the recipe and added the honey butter syrup to the batter (I let it cool a few minutes) and they turned out wonderful. I made them for a work party and they were a hit. People were wrapping them around link sausages and eating them plain they were so good. Everyone wanted the recipe!

  • kimbermtw Posted: 04/12/10
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    This was an amazing take on pancakes! My daughter who is the pickiest eater EVER had 4! The Buttered Honey Syrup was a bit runny but it was tasted SO AMAZING that no one cared!

  • JulieRI Posted: 07/04/10
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    My new go to rescipe for buttermilk pancakes after 22 years of my favorite. Very light and fluffy.

  • mandrews14 Posted: 08/31/10
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    This is the very best pancake recipe I've ever tried! My husband said they were better than any he'd ever had in a restaurant ... that's saying a lot!!!

  • ChefAWE Posted: 12/22/10
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    I used this recipe to introduce my students to quickbreads- pancakes and explained how the baking soda and powder reacts with the buttermilk making the pancakes light and fluffy. We added cinnamon and vanilla and served them with plain syrup.

  • rhondainGA Posted: 12/16/10
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    I've tried several "from scratch" pancake recipes but none were worth the extra effort over a packaged baking mix until these. YUM! These are fabulous. They are light with a fresh taste. This is the only recipe I will use. I don't like honey so I didn't use the syrup recipe. Also, I use a little less salt. One try and you'll be hooked.

  • bakeitsister Posted: 12/16/10
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    The ABSOLUTE BEST pancakes I have ever made. Light and fluffy and soooo delicious. I will never use another recipe.

  • elmobakes Posted: 01/25/11
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    I think I've died and gone to heaven!! These are the most delicious pancakes I've ever made (and I've been making them for years). I will never use another recipe again!

  • SharonLee61 Posted: 08/27/11
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    We LOVE these pancakes -- they always turn out delicious, even when we have leftovers and reheat them the next morning. Perfect recipe -- we are not looking for another!

  • HokieFan Posted: 10/08/11
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    Simple and delicious. My kids love them!

  • seaside725 Posted: 11/12/11
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    These pancakes were just as good as everyone said. They were easy to make, light and fluffy. My family really enjoyed them. I will double the batch the next time I make them and microwave them during the week.

  • NCDadOf3 Posted: 06/29/14
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    My kids never used to ask for me to cook them anything. Then I made these! I accidentally skipped the salt this morning. Still just as good, minus the extra 2,300 mg of sodium! Will try it next time with unsalted butter to cut the sodium by a total of 60%.

  • meldillen Posted: 12/08/13
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    this is my family's favorite!!! it's our "go-to" recipe for pancakes and has been since our very first bite!!! we love, love, love them!!!

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