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In a separate bowl, combine the flour, baking powder and salt.
Combine the two mixtures and stir in the melted butter followed by the cottage cheese.
To make each pancake, dollop 1/4 cup of batter onto a well-greased skillet set to medium high heat (about 375 degrees).
Cook until both sides are lightly brown - about 2 minutes per side.
Serve warm with your favorite topping. I suggest strawberry jam and whipped cream.
This is a pretty easy recipe that has become a family favorite around our house. I hope you like it.
Mr Breakfast would like to thank poboycable for this recipe.
Recipe number 2201. Submitted 11/3/2007.
Comments About This Recipe
What do you think of Cheesecake Pancakes?
Overall Average Rating =(out of 5)
Based on 4 votes.
There's no cheesecake in this recipe for cheesecake pancakes. Weird.
Comment submitted: 1/15/2012 (#13435)
From Mrs. Ring
This recipe seems promising, but it needs some work. I followed it to the letter and the pancake batter was very runny. This caused the pancakes to be extremely thin and unshapely. Also the pancakes were very greasy. Basically a waste of all the ingredients because I ended up dumping the batter down the drain :(
Comment submitted: 4/18/2010 (#10334)
I couldn't get them to form like a pancake but they are freaking awesome with some strawberry jam and whip cream.
Comment submitted: 8/21/2009 (#8581)
From Awesome Sause
I hated trying to cook them. they wouldnt form and couldnt flip them. dont recommend
Comment submitted: 8/26/2008 (#6322)
This recipe was all that it promised and then some. They're a little rich, so if you want a light breakfast, I wouldn't make them. But if you want to indulge a little, these are the way to go!
Comment submitted: 7/30/2008 (#5998)
From Pancakes R. Fun
I love to make them. It's so much fun.
Comment submitted: 5/18/2008 (#5292)
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