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March 04, 2013

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Patrice

TWO ingredient pancakes? This is better than three ingredients peanut butter cookies (PB, sugar, egg). They look pretty also. Will you make them again? Change/add anything? As for the first few not turning out - the first two pancakes of any recipe are for the cook to eat so she has strength to cook the rest of the batch. Off to the store to load up on pancakes...

Kristen

Oh my gosh.. Can't wait to try these!

Mrs. L

Patrice - Yep, I would definitely make these again. Pancakes are a few and far between tweet so if I have a craving these will do. Plus it's a great way to use up those bananas that are getting too ripe. I liked them the way they were but I admit I did add a bit of maple syrup (not a whole lot though because they were already sweet). I want to add some cinnamon next time to see how that works. Let me know what you think if you make them.

Kristen - And you too, if you try them let me know!

Sophia

I just found your blog through Ramblings of a Suburban Mom! I'm going to have to make these pancakes asap! Also a big hockey fan and love the Sharks as well!

Chris

That is just twisted and crazy. Now I HAVE to try it. I must be reading the wrong blogs because this is the first I've heard of this.

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