Cinnamon Orange Pancakes
(6 servings) Printable Version
In a separate medium bowl, beat the egg slightly. Add milk, orange juice and orange zest and mix well.
Add wet ingredients to dry ingredients and stir until just mixed and moistened.
Prepare a griddle or large skillet at medium-high heat with a coating of cooking spray.
Dollop batter onto hot surface in 1/4 cup amounts to make individual pancakes. Cook until bubbles begin to appear in the center of pancake. Flip and cook other side until golden brown.
These are great with a little "I Can't Believe It's Not Butter" and orange marmalade. They're also very nice with traditional butter and maple syrup. Enjoy!
Mr Breakfast would like to thank newjerseygal for this recipe.
Recipe number 1706. Submitted 4/7/2006.
Comments About This Recipe
What do you think of Cinnamon Orange Pancakes?
Overall Average Rating =(out of 5)
Based on 8 votes.
I switch the amounts of wheat flour and all-purpose flour and it makes a fluffier pancake without too much of whole wheat flavor. That's the only change I make and it's great.
Comment submitted: 4/19/2012 (#13822)
The whole wheat flour overpowers the orange and the pancakes tasted tooo healthy! :(
Comment submitted: 3/14/2011 (#12291)
I had to sprinkle in about two more heaping Tablespoons of flour at the end to get a good batter consistency. Other than that, good recipe.
Comment submitted: 10/13/2010 (#11379)
I loved it. Thanks. We'll make it again sometime.
Comment submitted: 10/8/2010 (#11352)
From Pop 'N Fresh
Took advice about topping with orange marmalade and it was great. Question though... could I heat orange marmalade and then use it as a topping. That would be great if I could.
Comment submitted: 10/7/2010 (#11348)
These were terrific, thanks! Fluffy and flavorful - I had them with Smart Balance and a pop of powdered sugar.
Comment submitted: 9/24/2010 (#11278)
Just made some for myself, and they were brilliant! Even came out well without milk, but you should use less baking powder.
Comment submitted: 3/13/2010 (#10048)
Made them for my boys, forgot the sugar, they loved them anyway - with butter and blue agave syrup.
Comment submitted: 1/5/2010 (#9395)
Came out somewhat "gluelike" but were good when reheated in the toaster.
Comment submitted: 11/7/2006 (#664)
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