Recipe by Birch cove kitchen
"A cottage cheese-based pancake with fruit for extra flavor."
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Excellent! I have made this 3 times in thhe last 2 weeks. I added 1/4 c. ground flax for extra benefit. The kiddies love these and syrup is not required. No mess! These are very moist and great reheated as well. I did try this once with frozen blueberries and that worked as well but fresh peach is best. I will try other frozen fruit as the seasons change.
Update - I've now made this at least a dozen time's and wanted to add that shredded apple is a VERY close 2nd substitution for fresh in-season peach. A little sprinkle pf cinnamon-sugar and you have a great start to your morning.
This recipe wasn´t at all what I expected, i wasn´t sure when it was cooked, if it was cooked! I didn´t taste the peach. Sorry, will not be doing this recipe again!
These pancakes are sweet, light, fluffy, and...delicious! I didn't have a peach on-hand so I left it out and topped them with homemade blueberry syrup instead. Perfect served with a dollop of whipped cream!
Love em! I used whole wheat flour and replaced the milk for water. Because of the whole wheat I used a tad more water. They turned out fabulous! Even my little picky pancake eater loved them. Oh and I also used canned peaches since I didn't have fresh. I just took out the equiv. of one peach and chopped it up. We used the rest as a side to our pancakes. I'll be adding this to our meal rotation!
Yum, I love finding healthier breakfasts for my diabetic husband. I get tired of making him Steel Cut Oatmeal. This was fantastic! I subbed Splenda for the sugar & added in some ground up flax. I also ran out of butter so used Olive Oil. I made his pecan & used mixed fruit in mine. We ate it with Sugar Free Syrup & it was fantastic!
My kids loved these pancakes - they said they were the best ever! I added slightly more cinnamon and more peaches to the recipe.
No peach, but I did have fresh nectarine. I had a half pint of raspberries that were about to go bad so I added those, too. I made no other changes. I did make the batter last night and let it set in the fridge overnight, which probably wasn't the best idea. Everything turned out okay, pancakes were tasty.....I just don't think cottage cheese in pancakes is for us. NOTE: Use you 1/4 measuring cup and try to make the pancakes on the smaller side. The pancakes will spread, you'll want them a little smaller.
WOW!! These were REALLY good and healthy! All 5 of my kids gobbled them up and asked for seconds. Then, my husband finished off what was left and raved about them too! Highly recommend! Only change I made was to use canned peaches! Try it!!!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Cinnamon-Peach Cottage Cheese Pancakes
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 128
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