I used the whole wheat flour, 1 teaspoon of baking powder. The pancake turned out great. I used cranberries in place of cherries, and added sugar, and used almond flavoring vs vanilla, to compliment the almond nuts.
Puffed Cherry Pancake
From EatingWell: May/June 2012
This puffed cherry pancake is similar to an Apfelpfannkuchen—a puffy German pancake full of apples. Dust it with confectioners’ sugar or drizzle with maple syrup for a special breakfast treat.
8 Reviews for Puffed Cherry Pancake
Single dad new to cooking and I find it amusing that almost every recipe calls for either baking soda or baking powder ... except the one thats baked. I may try a teaspoon of powder next time to get a little mor puff. Are adjustments ever needed when cutting a recipe in half?
We substituted raspberries for the cherries and omitted the cinnamon. It was delicious!
Pitting all those cherries took a while, but the result was worth it. Can't understand why the pancake didn't puff up for some reviewers--it's been foolproof for me.
I thought it was very eggy, tasted more like an egg dish and not a pancake. It did not puff at all. Not a keeper in my house.