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Add 1 cup 7-up. Stir until most lumps have disappeared. Gently stir in additional 7-up.
Bake on medium heat griddle, turning once.
Utilizing one of America's favorite sodas, this unique recipe is a must-try.
Mr Breakfast would like to thank baseball27 for this recipe.
Comments About This Recipe
What do you think of 7-Up Pancakes?
From genli (Team Breakfast Member)
Overall Average Rating =(out of 5)
Based on 17 votes.
I have tried everything it seems, to make fluffy light pancakes and this is by far the best recipe. Not too sure about some of these negative comments... maybe they are over mixing.
Comment submitted: 2/7/2015 (#19251)
From pancake king
I own a restaurant and make my pancakes this way. My seats are full every morning for pancakes. Award winning pancakes. Thanks to 7up - I'm rich.
Comment submitted: 1/25/2014 (#17273)
I can't believe there are so many negative comments... My family LOVED this. Maybe you're mixing the batter too much? My pancakes were wonderfully fluffy, and, of course, still tasted like pancakes. I am pretty sure the whole point of the 7UP is not about the taste, it's about texture.
Comment submitted: 12/22/2013 (#17214)
This made great pancakes, but to be honest, I didn't notice much difference from when I use water instead of 7-Up... maybe just a little sweeter. Good recipe, but nothing I'd make again.
Comment submitted: 5/23/2013 (#15917)
We used cream soda instead of 7up... we loved them :)
Comment submitted: 6/14/2012 (#14057)
I didn't love it. Regular pancakes and pancakes from a mix taste better than this.
Comment submitted: 3/19/2012 (#13694)
To be honest, we didn't try them. We did make root beer floats though, there is a 'must try' and a very filling breakfast.
Comment submitted: 1/31/2011 (#12036)
From Michael A.
They were the best pancakes ever. I really liked them. They made me full! Next time I want to try root beer, has anyone else tried a different soda flavor?
Comment submitted: 1/25/2011 (#11986)
Excellent flavor and fun to make...
Comment submitted: 12/24/2010 (#11778)
Comment submitted: 11/2/2010 (#11491)
We tried this because we were looking for goofy recipes. It didn't taste goofy. The taste of 7-up cooks off and it just tasted like pancakes to me. It was good, but not particularly special.
Comment submitted: 10/12/2009 (#8831)
From texas115115 (Team Breakfast Member)
They were ok. Kind of spongy. I think I will try it like BAG DAD says might be better that way.
Comment submitted: 1/1/2009 (#7237)
From Mailman Steve
Okay... it worked fine and was good... we used Archer Farms brand pancake mix... but I was surprised that it wasn't all that different from using water like the mix directs. I liked it, but will probably just follow the mix instructions next time.
Comment submitted: 12/29/2008 (#7218)
Comment submitted: 12/14/2007 (#4175)
From PancakeLover (Team Breakfast Member)
This is the best pancake recipe I'll use to make pancakes. If you love pancakes and 7-UP, try this!!!:)
Comment submitted: 11/15/2007 (#4003)
This is an awesome recipe. The family loves the pancakes.
Comment submitted: 10/26/2007 (#3852)
This recipe is really good and I ate the whole thing. Nothing was on the plate after.
Comment submitted: 1/24/2007 (#1301)
From Bag Dad
Try it like this: make the pancake mix according to directions with a little less liquid so the batter is dry. Add enough 7-up so the batter is the desired consitency (less than 1/4 cup usually). Forget the egg and oil and cook pancakes. This made light pancakes with a fun 7-up flavor. Some people might think it's wierd, but we liked them a lot.
Comment submitted: 9/17/2006 (#335)
this loads of calories for gross pancakes
Comment submitted: 9/16/2006 (#328)
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