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There is nothing awsome about these pancakes. I evne followed the tweeks that some one else did. Decrease the buttermilk add honey and added baking powder. My husband said these are not a keeper. But on a positive note the kids liked them alot.
I made these pancakes mainly to get rid of bananas and buttermilk...now I have a stack of pancakes I have to do something with (I may freeze them) LOL! I read through all of the reviews prior to making and I have to agree that there's way too much liquid in this. So I cut it down to 1 c like another reviewer. I had four bananas to use so I just mashed them all and added a bit more flour baking powder added sugar (about 2 tspns) and vanilla and cinnamon. they turned out really good--tons of banana flavor in every bite and not too sweet or too bland. I have to say though that since I made so many modifications I'm not sure how close to the original recipe this is; it's definitely one you have to tweak to what works for you. thanks for the recipe!
There is NOT too much liquid. That part is just right. I added about a tablespoon of coconut oil a good dash of cinnamon 1 teaspoon of vanilla. Used 1/2 teaspoon each of baking powder and soda. These are very moist pancakes. With my adaptations I'd give this a 4 star rating.
i thought the flavor was great i used the "most helpful positive review" tweeks and it made really good crepes....not really pancakes though...but put some homemade gingerbread whipped cream in here and you've got yourself an awesome breakfast/brunch
Not having tried the tweaks I don't care for the recipe. my pancakes came out well flat as pancakes. The science didn't work this time. I guess I will stick to my buttermilk pancakes and springboard from there. Thanks however for sharing! This is how I have always learned to cook; trial and error!