"This is a recipe from a cafe in Santa Fe, New Mexico. They are good with maple syrup or, if you're ambitious, with homemade peach or raspberry spread. This recipe serves four people, fewer if they're very hungry." — UBERGRRL
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unbleached all-purpose flour
pine nuts, toasted
This was very good. I only had yellow cornmeal on hand and they still turned out good.
I used regular Corn Meal, and the pancakes were flat and dry. I think if I would have used Blue Cornmeal, it would have been better.
Fantastic!! I used yellow cornmeal too, no pine nuts, and added dried cherries and pecans - it was really delicious!
I was looking for a recipe that was close to IHOP's cornmeal pancakes and I found it! These were so good. I only changed the blue cornmeal to yellow cornmeal and they were great.
I love making blue cornmeal pancakes! I was using another recipe, but saw this and decided to try it. It's a little time-consuming, because you have to use 3 bowls to mix everything together separately. They ended up tasting pretty similar to my other ones. I didn't have pine nuts, so I dropped in frozen blueberries and it was very good. I used an electric griddle and cooked at 350. I ended up having to put in a little extra milk. Instead of 3/4 cup of white flour, I put in 1/2 cup of whole wheat and 1/4 cup of white.
These were great! I used less than 1 Tbl. of butter and yellow cornmeal, and they turned out PERFECT! I think next time I'll use 1 TBL. of honey instead of the white sugar, since that's a more authentic cornbread ingredient.
These were truly delicious and I will be making them again & again! Also, they're great with a cinnamon & sugar mixture sprinkled on top!
I had some excess cornmeal that needed to be used, and found this recipe in my search. I substituted white cornmeal for the blue, increased the sugar to 2 tablespoons. Once mixed, the batter was pretty thin, so I added another half cup of flour. With the adjustments, these pancakes were quite delicious!
My four kiddos and I had this for lunch today. Didn't have an egg or blue cornmeal (had yellow) and this recipe rocked. No leftovers at all. We are all full and it was wonderful! Thank you so much!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Blue Cornmeal Pancakes
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 376
** Calories from Fat: 158
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