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|Calories300Calories from Fat130|
|% DAILY VALUE|
|Calories from Fat130|
|% DAILY VALUE|
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
jamie 6 months ago
The author wasn’t lying when she said the batter was thick. I used strawberry yogurt and it made it more strawberry flavorful. I did about 4oz of strawberry and 4 oz of vanilla. I ended up stirring in some vanilla almond milk but it was still extremely thick. I would also recommend finely chopping up the strawberries. The strawberries and thickness made it a little difficult to cook them evenly.
Shae A. 9 months ago
My family loves these pancakes! I make them almost every Saturday morning. The batter is a little too thick for my liking, so I'll add a little milk to thin it out a bit. They also taste great when I add white chocolate chips to the batter.
Tatyanna A. 2 years ago
I accidentally put baking soda instead of powder I caught myself after the first teaspoon, still tasted great. I am making tomorrow morning for the kids but tonight’s batch is for the hubby and I :P
Fio Cesa 2 years ago
The texture is perfectly fluffy - added some white chocolate chips and the result was incredible
Cody A. 2 years ago
Awesome! Will be making this again sometime.
Passarelli Lara 3 years ago
Moist, fluffy pancakes. Used honey instead of sugar, pleased with the result. It is necessary to pay attention to the pancakes, the batter is more delicate (than regular pancake batter) and can burn fast.
Dallas B. 3 years ago
It turned out great. Made it for me and my parents. They were delicious and I would definitely make them again.
Rosangelica M. 4 years ago
I cut the amount of ingredients in half to serve only two people and they came out so flavorful we didn't use syrup. The only ingredient I didn't have was baking powder so the pancakes weren't fluffy but they were still good. I topped the pancakes with powdered sugar instead of whipped cream.