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January 21, 2010

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Katrina

That last photo just did me in! I will have to try these--sometime when I remember to get some seltzer water!

grace

pancakes are #2 for me as well, but they fall behind fresh cinnamon rolls. incidentally, i suspect their appeal has a lot to do with the pools of maple syrup i add... :)

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Cool pancakes, I love pancakes with that size. Wow yummy.

Elizabeth - Cake or Death

Oh, those crazy kids at Saveur. Seltzer water in pancakes. What will they think of next?

Katie @ Cozydelicious

I have made a lot of panckaes in my life (I used to cook at a B+B, so I mean A LOT). But never, ever have a made a pancake that looked as good as yours! So fluffy and oozing with blue juices. Amazing. Next time I make panckaes I am trying this recipe!

Jessie

holy moly I must bookmark this one for the future. I make pancakes often on the weekends and this is something I must try asap

Jen @ My Kitchen Addiction

Yum... Your pancakes look beautiful. Love the picture at the top.

Stacie

I am going to have to try these sometime soon for breakfast. We all love pancakes in this house.

Carolina

What cute lil pancakes!

steph (whisk/spoon)

shoooot-- thaose look so good! pancakes are my favorite breakfast!! i've never seen a recipe with seltzer, but makes perfect sense...i must remember to try these!

Tracey

Blueberry pancakes? Yes, please!! I rarely eat pancakes either but not because of the calories - I'm just lazy. These look like they're worth the effort though!

Eliana

YUM-O is all I can say :)

smilinggreenmom

These look so amazing I feel like I could gobble them up right through the screen LOL! Our family LOVES pancakes and we just tried yeterday in fact, Kamut Khorasan Wheat pancakes and they were AWESOME!! Now - I am such a recipe lover - yours might just be next on our list of "must try's" :D Thanks for sharing it w us!

Ashley

Ooo fun I'll have to try these!

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These look amazing!!! I just have to try them this weekend! thanks so much for sharing

Will

Everyone says they look so good but has anyone actually tried this recipe? Well I did. Terrible. So dense. Fail. And BTW your illustrated interpretation of the original instructions was not very faithful. You say to "Combine dry ingredients with yogurt mixture" then "Add 2 lightly beaten eggs and 1/2 cup seltzer water or club soda" then "Let rest for ten minutes." This is very different from "Add the yogurt mixture, seltzer, and eggs to the flour mixture and whisk until just combined. Let batter rest for 10 minutes." Even if mixing the yogurt with the flower first as you suggested, or to combine all wet with all dry as in the original, would have made any difference, you've already wasted enough of my time. I tried the Pancakes I recipe at Allrecipies (http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/pancakes-i/Detail.aspx) with half soda water and half milk and got my fix, they turned out super fluffy (and look better too).

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