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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 pancake king
Overall Average Rating =(out of 5)
Based on 16 votes.
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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