Liven up your breakfast or brunch with these hearty corn meal pancakes. Serve warm with maple syrup. Check out the cheese and onion pancake variation for a more savory recipe.
Corn Meal Pancakse
by N. NANCY
, Yorba Linda, CA on Jan. 2010
This is so easy to make and such a good breakfast/bunch and dinner meal. Add cut up fruits to the side completes the meal.
by M. Marcia
, Midway, UT on Mar. 2009
I thought the recipe sounded awesome. I can't wait to try it.
Corn Meal Pancakes
by K. Kimber
, DANVILLE, IL on Sep. 2008
I use to have corn meal pancakes at my great aunt's house. The touch of honey is a great change. I never ran across a recipe as close to hers until now. Very good.
by L. Lori
, Bakersfield, CA on Jun. 2008
I was delightfully suprised how tasty and filling these pancakes were. Even when using 2 tablespoons of constarch, as a quick egg substitution for one egg (courtesy of pioneerthinking.com) The recipe went well...
FYI: the pancake batter will be dense, and somewhat dry, until you add the 1/2 cup (4oz.) of milk at the end. I recomend giving this recipe a try.
Interesting twist on old favorite!
by L. Laurie
, BELPRE, KS on Oct. 2007
Very good! I didn't have evaporated milk so had to use a regular milk (used a little less) but they still turned out okay. They'd probably be more fluffy with evaporated. I look forward to trying the leftovers in the next few days for my quick breakfasts!
corn meal pancakes
by P. Patricia
, PHOENIX, AZ on Oct. 2006
These are really good. I love just about everything made with corn meal and try a lot of recipes. I will make these often.
Corn Meal Cakes
by d. debbra
, ALBANY, NY on Oct. 2006
I remember my grandma making corn meal cakes many years ago. I have not had them in many years until my mother made them and i watched her. Then i found the recipe here and have been making them ever since. I make a bunch and let them cool and put them in a plastic container in the frig and when i feel like having one i microware for a few seconds and pour on a little syrup and i am good to go.
by S. Shannon
, SPANISH FORT, AL on Aug. 2006
For additional fiber I replace half of the flour with whole wheat flour.
by M. Mary
, SAN ANTONIO, TX on Jul. 2005
WOW! My mom used to make these for us in a skillet when we were kids. What a treat they were back then and still are today!
wonderful sat pm supper
by J. Jerry
, SWAMPSCOTT, MA on Jun. 2005
What an easy way to servce a Saturday evening quick dinner. This was excellent and enjoyed by all. We shall serve it again.
The two ingredients which make these extraordinary cookies special are the combination of oats and butterscotch chips. These Oatmeal Scotchies will disappear from your cookie jar in no time.
The reviews are in! This five-star recipe makes an unforgettably delectable holiday gift – one family, friends, and coworkers won't soon forget. And with easy variations, you can make milk chocolate, butterscotch, or peanutty chocolate fudge.
These cookies are something different and great for after school with a big glass of milk.