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-MAXINE- Posts: 606
9/14/10 11:11 A

thanks, I bet DH would love those.

SHADICAR Posts: 331
9/4/10 11:16 A

These do taste great for boxed pancakes. Much tastier and lower in calories than the Reduced Bisquick pancake I tried last week.

GALSMILEY7 SparkPoints: (55,504)
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9/4/10 9:36 A

Thanks for the info, I'm going to try them! I know I love their muffin mix so I'm not too surprised that the pancakes would be yummy. emoticon

SWEET_TEETH Posts: 820
9/1/10 5:27 P

I wish we had that mix in Canada!

VTSKIER805 SparkPoints: (16,070)
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8/14/10 7:19 P

I completely agree! I thought these were homemade when I first tried them. It is incredible that it's box mix! Delicious.

PRAYERPILGRIM SparkPoints: (0)
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8/14/10 6:31 P

Oh my gosh! I just made these and they are the best pancakes I've made in years and I make pretty good pancakes from scratch. Just add water and cook. Seriously, they smelled like cake batter cooking and tasted wonderful! You would never have known that they were high fiber or good for you. They were light, beautifully light brown, absolutely perfect and the easiest thing in the world to make. 1 serving (1/2 c. dry) make about three medium size pancakes (McDonald's size) and is 180 calories, 3.5 g fat, 36 g carbohydrates, a whooping 5 grams fiber and 4 g sugars. I used 1/8 c. syrup...but next time I think I will have them with fresh strawberries and a little whipped topping. Yum, yum, yum, yum, yum! I don't usually talk like a commercial but man, this is the only store bought pancake mix I'm ever buying from now on.

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