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This is a great basic multi-grain recipe that allows for you to substitute what you have on hand and still make a great pancake. I also scaled it down to a single serving, and it came out delicious. I never have yogurt, so I substituted light sour cream, used all whole wheat flour and added flaxseed meal instead of the cornmeal. Next time I will add more oats because I love them and they seemed to get lost. But these are very fluffy, yet hearty at the same time. Thanks for sharing!
Great pancakes! I loved the taste of them. The only change I made was to use wheat pastry flour in place of the cornmeal. Thanks, DuChick.
Loved these pancakes. Served with sausage and Microwave Poached Eggs (Bon Appetit Magazine).
Just excellent! Non of that make your blood sugar fly all around and leave you tired in an hour. I added some blueberries. Just awesome
This recipe is a keeper. I have pancakes very seldom, in fact, years pass between pancake meals for me. DH loves them and could eat them every week. I fell into a pancake mood this afternoon and this is what we had for tonights dinner :D. I used Splenda brown blend for the sugar, skin milk/lemon juice for the butter milk, fat free vanilla yogurt - it was all I had on hand, one whole egg and 1/2 cup of egg white. Unfortunately I had the griddle too hot when I put the batter onto it so they really over toasted at the edges but that didn't hurt thr taste any. Yum.
Wonderful healthy pancakes that taste great. Even my son liked them. Thanks DuChick :) Made for PAC Fall 2011
Yummy pancakes! I liked these alot but my little girl didn't (I sort of expected that cause they're all healthy- you know how kids are). My Dh seemed to like them alot. Thanks, DuChick. Made for PAC fall 2009.
LOVED THESE!!!!! I made these the other day for a quick breakfast for myself. They are delicious! Next time I may throw in a few blueberries -- although they are great as is! Just wonderful!!! Thanks DuChick, I will definetely make these again! Made for Potluck Tag
Amazing recipe. I also added a little cinnamon, oat bran, wheat bran and blackberries. Mine were a little more than 1/4 c. of batter, but I believe that if I had made them the correct size, it would make 12. The eggs and tablespoon of baking powder really make these light and fluffy, and 2-3 of these will really fill you up!