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Cranberry Pancakes

November/December 2007

Your rating: None Average: 3.6 (46 votes)

Start your day off right with these easy pancakes, packed with cranberry's sour spike. One of you can make the coffee and heat the maple syrup while the other makes the pancakes. It's instant relationship bliss.



READER'S COMMENT:
"Not nearly enough liquid. I used 1 1/4 C milk and also added 1 T of baking powder. The original will not work. Who writes a recipe like this? Some internet geek. "

16 Reviews for Cranberry Pancakes

09/25/2009
Anonymous

Very yummy, though this recipe doesn't make much. I like the other reviewer's suggestion of using orange zest and will try that next time.

Dj Jones, Milwaukee, WI

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09/25/2009
Anonymous

These pancakes were wonderful. They are surprisingly light and fluffy. The wheat flour and corn meal in the batter hold up to the berries very well, better than the recipe I usually use, the cranberries always end up sticking out the top. I used white corn meal because it was all I had, no problems with that. The only problem was that the edges burn pretty easy, so keep an eye on them, I may cook them a little lower than medium next time. I will be making these again often.

Jessica, Mesa, AZ

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09/25/2009
Anonymous

My daughter enjoyed them. Next time I will double the recipe. We used dried cranberries pre-soaked in warm water and they still turned out great.

Sally, Omaha

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Anonymous wrote 20 weeks 5 days ago

I was wondering if I could

I was wondering if I could substitute dried cranberries. Thanks for the heads up! I will definitely give this a try!

09/25/2009
Anonymous

Absolutely wonderful. First time I made these with a more coarse cornmeal, second time used a much more fine cornmeal--which I preferred. Perfect for our Christmas breakfast!

Kim, Austin, TX

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09/25/2009
Anonymous

These were yummy. They had just a hint of cranberry flavor. I found that they lasted me through till lunch due to their heartiness. Great with real maple syrup!

Rachel, Concord, NH

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