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|Calories280Calories from Fat80|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Lujain Barboud 7 months ago
Super mushy and wouldn’t flip, added a bit of oatmeal (after using processor) and they turned out great :)
Marie a year ago
It turns good but the only problem was the fact that it was more like crepes than pancakes (the texture) but it was really good
Aerica a year ago
This recipe is easy and mouth watering. I made them without the chocolate chips but immediately regretted it after the pancakes came out. They were still good on there own they just needed the chips.
Aishah 2 years ago
Made half the recipe. Turned out great! Made with chocolate chip but didnt mix in with the batter, just sprinkled on panckes whill cooking. Ate two topped with strawberries, bananas, low cal maple syrup, blueberries, butter, and served with a glass of milk. Delicious!
Wolf 2 years ago
It was very good! i messed up a little bit yet it still tasted awsome
Kat M. 3 years ago
KIds loved them! I used rice malt syrup instead of maple, that was the only change :) Don't be deceived by the thinness of the batter, the pancakes turn out just fine! Definitely will make them again.
Dženeta Kukuka 4 years ago
Well, the first pancake turned out to be pretty salty for me so I just had to add sugar (I added brown and lots of it). After that they turned out pretty nice and especially with some jam, yum :>> Didn't add the vanilla so much, because gosh, the recipe told to add so much of it which was not for me. Wish I hadn't added so much sugar because not so good for my health, hah. Maybe my fault because I'm a total newbie in the kitchen, these were my first pancakes ever made. Overall, a nice recipe.