I couldn't believe it, these were actually light and fluffy. My three year old ate them up and I liked them as well. They were very filling, too. I followed the recipe exactly as it is except I used safflower oil instead of canola oil (it was all I had and is better for you) and only added a tablespoon or two. They were plenty moist. I did add a tablespoon of sugar and they were sweet, but that may not have been necessary.
If you're having trouble getting them fluffy, I would say it's all about not overmixing it. Use a wooden spoon, not a whisk. I mixed it until it was just moist. There were a lot of lumps. Just look for big pockets of flour before you scoop it up and break them up. Also, I've heard this before, but the last couple ones I made were the best. I think letting the batter sit for a few minutes before making them would help.
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I couldn't believe it, these were actually light and fluffy. My three year old ate them up...