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    Pancakes

    My son, who is kind of a picky eater, is into pancakes these days and since you all had kick butt ideas for salads I thought I'd ask for more help with yummy pancake recipes. We can't do eggs or nuts but I can just omit them from your recipes. Thanks and I'm drooling in advance.

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    this one is really light and fluffy:
    3 cups all purpose flour
    3 tbs white sugar
    3 tsp baking power
    1 1/2 tsp baking soda
    3/4 tsp salt
    3 cups buttermilk
    1/2 cup milk
    3 eggs
    1/3 cup butter, melted

    combine flour, sugar, powder, soda & salt --
    in separate bowl, beat buttermilk, milk, eggs & melted butter

    pour wet mixture into dry mixture - stir until just blended together. (don't over stir). scoop or pour about 1/2 cup for each pancake - brown on both sides and serve hot

    (lightly oiled griddle or pan over medium high heat).

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    Substitue a 1/4 cup banana for each egg in the pancake recipe. Then add more banana! We love our banana pancakes. Sometimes I just cut up the banana into slices and they sort of pan fry within the pancakes, and sometimes I smash them and they make the whole pancake gooey. Either way, they're great without syrup.

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    crepé recipe

    i tried this one last week... yummy!

    egg replacer equal to 2 eggs
    1C soy milk
    1/3C water
    1C flour
    2TBSP dry sweetener
    1TSP vanilla
    2TBSP margarine or butter

    in a blender or food processor blend all ingredients for 20 seconds. do not over mix the batter. chill for 30 minutes to 1 hour. pour batter into the hot pan, covering the bottom. cook til the edges are brown and the top looks dry. loosen edges and flip with a spatula. cook for 15 more seconds. adjust the heat as needed.

    you can fill these with a number of ingredients, like strawberries, bananas, or nuts. i had crepés in paris with lemon and honey, and another with nutella. yum!!

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    Maybe you could try some different toppings? When I was in Norway, I learned to love pancakes with sour cream and strawberry jam on them. People think I'm crazy, but seriously, it's soooo good.

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    those banana pancakes sound yummy!

    also try putting in an assortment of stuff. yeah, chocolate's not the best for you, but they're great with chocolate chips, m&m's, peanut butter chips, etc. i learned this from my college days. we had a waffle maker, and an ice cream bar w/ toppings. we'd get the toppings and sprinkle them in our batter! yeah!

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    i dont know how pancakes are gonna work out with out eggs, but there is a pancake recipie in my blog (i have orange zest added, so if you just want plain then its fine with out, too)

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    Here is one of my favorite pancake recipes (from digs magazine):

    Gingerbread Pancakes

    1 1/4 cup flour
    1 tsp. baking powder
    1/8 tsp. salt
    1/2 tsp. ground cinnamon
    1/2 tsp. ground ginger
    1 Tbsp. brown sugar
    2 Tbsp. molasses
    1 Tbsp. cooking oil or melted butter
    1 egg
    1 cup milk
    ¼ cup sour cream or yogurt

    Mix the dry together; mix the wet together; mix it all together. Here's the url: http://digsmagazine.com/nourish/nour...adpancakes.htm.

    Enjoy!

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    these oatmeal pancakes are kind of like cookies...

    warm 1 cup of milk on stove. when hot, add 2/3 cup oatmeal (either quick or old fashioned, depending on your taste), remove from heat and let stand covered ~5 minutes.

    in a separate bowl, combine:
    2/3 cup flour
    1/2 tsp salt
    2 tbsp brown sugar
    2 tsp baking powder
    a few shakes of cinnamon if you like

    in another bowl, combine:
    2 eggs *
    2 tsp oil or melted butter
    1 tsp vanilla

    mix the wet and dry ingredients (including oatmeal and milk mixture.) cook on oiled griddle at medium heat.


    * i know your boy can't do eggs. that sucks because if you separate them and whip the whites into a merengue and fold them in after everything is mixed in they are crazy fluffy - good for any pancake or waffle recipe

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    Thanks sjkmaurice, I made the bananna pancakes this morning and they were super yummy. I put soy nut butter on my son's pancakes and secretly put peanut butter on mine, soooo good.

    Sarabell - those oatmeal pancakes sound lip smackin' good. I'll bust out the Ener-G egg substitute and give them a whirl!!! Thanks. :)


 
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