Recipe by MAGMOM
"I had some cider that was getting sour (hardening?) and I always use powdered milk for cooking and thought why not give it a try? So we had pancakes made with powdered milk and apple cider instead of liquid milk. Surprisingly yummy!"
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I cut this recipe in half for a trial run just to see if we liked it before I made a full batch. In a half batch, I did increase the baking powder to a full teaspoon and the baking soda to a half teaspoon. I also used a teaspoon of apple pie spice instead of plain cinnamon. I did use a good quality apple cider as well. The kids thought these were great--they ate all six pancakes. Thumbs up--this recipe's a keeper.
This recipe has potential, but needs tweaking. I followed this recipe to the letter, my review is based on the way it is written, and how they turned out without modifications. The batter was very thin, so I added a little more flour (the only change), and what I ended up with were pancakes that had no rise at all and were a bit rubbery. These pancakes were not even remotely "fluffy". On the positive side, it did have a nice, subtle apple-cinnamon flavor. This recipe definitely needs more baking soda and baking powder to get a better rise and some additional flour. I won't be making this again, instead, I think I'll just go back to my tried and true pancake recipe and add some apple pie spice.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Yummy Apple Cider Pancakes
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 108
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