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Nothing says "weekend" like homemade pancakes for breakfast. Our easy pancake recipe will help you whip up this weekend favorite in less than 30 minutes. You'll wonder why you never tried this before!Need recipe inspiration? Sign up for our Everyday Food Newsletter and get our most delicious recipes delivered to your inbox.

Source: Everyday Food, September 2006
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  • lucmomo
    17 DEC, 2017
    Oh my goodness. My husband made this for us this morning and they were great! He added chopped apples, cinnamon and vanilla. They were fluffy and kept their shape. When reading reviews remember there are many different factors and any great recipe can turn out bad from user errors! If you follow this recipe your pancakes will be great. For the review that labeled these as bland? Flour, milk and eggs don't scream out "flavor" it is what you put on the pancake or the extra flavoring you add to the batter. This was a great recipe.
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  • filipa_ana1998
    13 DEC, 2017
    Dissapointing - very plain and rubber-like
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  • dscarpenter12
    3 DEC, 2017
    I'm so disappointed! I always read the reviews, but I didn't this time. Today is my 5 year old's birthday, and I made these pancakes hoping it would be a nice surprise. Pancakes are his favorite! Why didn't I use our standard recipe!!?? Ugh! These pancakes were so thin! Nothing like the picture indicates, and I followed the recipe exactly!
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    • gtedgar28
      17 DEC, 2017
      Hi, just popping a suggestion and make pancakes quite a bit..i use cream, can be a little out of date, milk and sugar, Self raising flour and they come up quite thick
  • kellygoldenberg
    25 NOV, 2017
    Thoroughly mediocre recipe. We followed another reviewer's suggestions and started with only 3/4 cup of milk. Even at that, the recipe was the right pancake batter consistency before we added it all. Which means that yes, 1/2 tsp of salt is too much. They were a little too salty before adding syrup.They rose just fine, in fact, they were really thick and fluffy, but (probably since we used only about half the recommended milk) the recipe only made 2-3 pancakes. Not an epic fail, but surely not a family favorite. Does anyone test these recipes before posting?
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  • bbryantj
    11 NOV, 2017
    This was, hands down, the worst pancake recipe I have ever used. The batter was runnier than my toddler’s nose and the pancakes were flatter than crepes. If I could give it negative stars, I would.
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  • lorenzomag
    10 NOV, 2017
    Best pancake recipe I have ever used! Super fluffy and tall. I doubled the sugar because I like my pancakes to be sweet on their own (plus, I add maple syrup... I like it sweeeeet).
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  • morigonzalo
    7 NOV, 2017
    We ran out of boxed pancake mix, so I searched Martha Stewart, who always has fantastic recipes, and sure enough, this one did not fail. Pantry staples ingredients, fast and simple. Only addition was a splash of vanilla extract, but only because I always add that to whatever boxed pancake mix I use. Absolutely delicious! In it goes into the best recipes files. Thank you, Martha!
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  • geneyau
    29 OCT, 2017
    These might have been the worse pancakes I ever made. They didn't hold their shape whatsoever, and were dry, salty and overall unappetizing. We had to preform major surgery to the entire recipe to make it semi-edible. You should never, under any circumstance, make these pancakes, unless you are doing a presentation on the handling of poisonous substances.
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  • COTisdels
    17 OCT, 2017
    My kids, ages 4 and 1, go crazy for these pancakes! We make them together every Saturday morning. I like to add a dash of cinnamon and a splash of vanilla. Absolutely perfect!
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  • jwintrick3
    24 SEP, 2017
    Flattest pancakes I've ever made. Didn't even hold their shape, they weren't round at all.
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    • sharbrat_1999
      19 OCT, 2017
      It's the baking powder that gives it the rise. Increase the baking soda and try it again. Buttermilk, instead of regular milk is the best. The sugar I would leave out. I am diabetic.

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