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So easy, you might decide pancakes are just convenient enough to eat for dinner. For a change of taste, you can add fruit, like berries or bananas, and still make light and fluffy pancakes.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, February 1998
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Cook's Notes

This recipe can be doubled. To test for the right texture cut into the pancake with a fork; it should spring right back. For fruit pancakes, place fruit on top of the batter right after it's poured onto griddle. This will distribute the fruit evenly.

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  • juliank4596
    9 FEB, 2018
    Absolutely disgusting. Please don't make this. It tastes awful. There were no real directions. This was a waste of time and ingredients! I hate these! Is There anything worse?
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