this pancake recipe is all wrong. if you want to continue to be fat.. eat these pancakes. Whole wheat flour is just as bad as white flour when it comes to high glycemic carbohydrates.. Yes that kick up your insulin and you start to store fat again.. If you eat just these pancakes.. you will get fatter and closer to type two diabetes.. So eat on... syrup on top.. cause no one eats them without all that gooey sugar.. another very high glycemic carbohydrates.. But you will float higher in the pool.
These are the best whole wheat pancakes I've tried. With other recipes I've had trouble avoiding an undercooked inside with an overcooked outside. But this batter is fluffy enough that that doesn't happen. I rarely have buttermilk so I use the vinegar or lemon juice trick. It's too bad that a user brought the overall stars down because they judged people's eating choices instead of reviewing the actual recipe.
Healthy Scrumptious Pancakes Finally!! I am finally able to feed my family something healthy that they like that has ingredients I know and can pronounce! I have made these pancakes before with buttermilk but this time I had no buttermilk so I used Eating Wells recommendation to use regular milk and vinegar or lemon instead (1 tbsp. to 1 cup milk) it turned out so well! I also dropped 7-8 blueberries into each pancake and in addition used Eating Well Quick Mixed Berry Topping which made it extra berry special!! My hubby and both of my kids 11 and 3 loved this recipe for pancakes bye bye store bought pancake mix! Thank you everyone from Eating Well for striving to make healthier wholesome dishes for everyone to enjoy keep it up! Pros: Healthy great texture great taste Cons: Prep Time
Batter too thick The batter was much too thick...it was more like a muffin batter. We added milk maybe 1/4 to 1/3 cup for it to be a typical batter. We also needed to add a bit of salt. We enjoyed them with the fruit compote.
Nice texture and taste I didn't have buttermilk so I used half yogurt and half milk instead. I was a little concerned about the thickness based on the comments but they cooked perfectly on the griddle and didn't spread out too much. I did add a tablespoon of orange juice to the batter. Pros: Easy
Perfect! These are great. I used 1 cup white whole wheat 1/4 cup whole wheat 2T Bob's Red Mill 10 Grain Cereal and 2T oats. I made 1 batch with blueberries and one batch with cinnamon banana and walnuts. Healthy and delicious!
Blueberry Pancakes This was the first time I ever made pancakes. I did think the batter was thick as no way that I could pour the 1/4 cup. I added probably another 3/4 cup of buttermilk part way through while cooking. The flavor was delicious however. Pros: Delicious Cons: Batter too thick
Finally! A good & easy whole wheat pancake recipe! The texture of these pancakes is perfect. I use WW Pastry flour and vary the add-ins. We use a ladle to get the batter in the pan and they are not too thick for that. You could always add a little extra buttermilk if you think they are. Pros: Healthy easy delicious Cons: none!