4 Reviews

Tasty pancakes. Like another reviewer, I also reduced the eggs because I agree the batter would have been too thin. I encountered one problem, the pancakes fell apart when I flipped them, perhaps because of the reduction in eggs. Next time I'll add something to help them bind together, maybe a little Guar Gum.

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smasi April 04, 2010

Thank you for putting a flax recipe up that doesn't have flour. I don't know how many "flax bread" recipes I've clicked on to find out the bread was mostly wheat, and barely flax. Thank you!

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Shreela' March 09, 2009

I only used 2 eggs in this recipe. I think if I had of used 3 it the batter would have been too thin. I liked them, but they would be better, if they would have been more puffy. The taste was very pleasant. I will keep the recipe, and still look for another.

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carbcrazy October 27, 2008

this is the most versitle recipe I have ever found for flax seed. Add Chocolate protein powder, top with chocolate chips and whip cream your kids won't know they are eating healthy. Add banana flavored powder then top with warmed brown sugar with pecans in it and banana slices. or just add vanilla flavor and eat with good old fashioned syrup. NO need to double the recipe these babies go a long way, filling, very filling but I am new to Flax so it just may have been me. Can't wait to play with it some more.

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gates78 February 23, 2008
Flourless Flax Seed Pancakes