Peanut Butter Pancakes

  • greenmombr Posted: 01/22/09
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    These flew off the platter! I didn't use the vanilla because I realized after I'd started the recipe that I was out. I also used creamy peanut butter instead of chunky because that's what I had on hand. The recipe made more than 10 pancakes, so I guess I made them too small. I'm not usually the cook in my house but still found the recipe easy to follow and execute. I will definitely make them again. I served these for a quick supper with sliced apples.

  • Jocilyn Posted: 03/05/09
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    Nice and light with good peanut butter flavor.

  • kkparsons Posted: 05/10/10
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    These were easy and delicious! Will definitely add to my regular rotation.

  • JessicaLane Posted: 05/25/09
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    I used natural peanut butter and substituted applesauce for the 1 Tbsp of oil. Still tasted good. I don't think I'd eat these instead of regular pancakes in the morning--they are more like a snack-type food. Try the sweet potato-pecan pancakes instead if you want something different. Soooo good!

  • juiceboxhero Posted: 04/05/09
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    These were a huge hit with my 6-year old. We froze the leftovers and will toast for a quick school morning breakfast. I made this with "white whole wheat" flour and room-temperature natural peanut butter. Otherwise I followed the recipe as written. The pancakes were nicely fluffy and I don't think my changes affected the taste much. I only gave it 3 stars because I don't think they were quite worth the trouble for adult tastes only.

  • Princess222 Posted: 05/16/11
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    I made these pancakes for my husband and he loved them. I stayed to the recipe and these turned out perfectly; although next time I will add mini chocolate chips.

  • theycallmered Posted: 07/24/11
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    A rich delicious breakfast treat. I added some mini semi-sweet chocolate chips for a little something extra.

  • RoMiDo Posted: 01/19/12
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    Yum! Easy to make and came together quickly in the blender. My 4 & 6 yo loved them, and parents liked too. I put chocolate chips in which kind of overpowered the peanut butter, but the one I had without chocolate chips was very good. This is one we will make again, kids will ask for them!

  • ZBrunette Posted: 02/08/13
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    I enjoyed this recipe. I was a little skeptical about the peanut butter at first. I thought it would make the pancake batter too heavy, thick, and sweet. I mixed the peanut butter in very well and the pancakes came out light, fluffy, with a light peanut butter taste. I served this to my family with maple syrup and raspberries. It was delicious.

  • emilyrose1234 Posted: 07/29/12
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    These were very good. I made it with strawberry syrup and it was amazing.

  • Kitastrophe Posted: 08/01/12
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    My 23 month old daughter absolutely loves these! And she won't eat normal pancakes at all (even Mickey Mouse shaped ones), these will definitely be a regular breakfast rotation for our family.

  • rhm118 Posted: 03/16/14
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    My husband and I loved these!!! We had these with an apple cinnamon homemade syrup, which overpowered the peanut butter taste. Next time maybe we'll add more peanut butter...

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