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I used 2 teaspoons of baking powder, instead of 2 Tablespoons; I used only 1/2 teaspoon of salt; I added 1 teaspoon of vanilla; and I used 3 Tablespoons of melted butter in place of oil. These turned out DELISH!!!!!
This is a great recipe! I decreased the baking powder to 2 tsps, added 1 tsp of vanilla and 1 tsp. fresh orange juice. Everyone raved about them. I tossed pecans in for those that like them, blueberries for others and there were no complaints. Also for the little ones, I add a couple of drops of syrup right before I turn them the first time, and they eat them on the run! Thanks for sharing this recipe!!
Before I even read the reviews I realised that 2 TABLESPOONS of Baking Powder was obviously a typo for this recipe. I used 2 TEASPOONS like others, and this recipe turned out so light and fluffy! I also omitted the oil as I'm not a fan of extra fat in my pancakes. I halved the sugar and served them with real grade 3 maple syrup and they were so light and tasty.
This recipe was awful! I definately added the vanilla, and cut the baking soda by a teaspoon...If you put an actual teaspoon of salt, it is too much! I would try putting 1/2 the amount or less, next time. Then, maybe this recipe can be salvaged:-)
really good pancake recipe. like others i only added a pinch of salt and 2 tsp. of baking powder. the amount the recipe called for just seemed like too much. they came out perfect when i made them with the changes.