Few foods are more delicious than a stack of fluffy pancakes. This classic recipe only needs a handful of pantry staples as ingredients, and as for fillings and add-ins, you can let your imagination run wild.
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CARROT CAKE PANCAKES
Carrots and cream cheese are a match made in sweet treat heaven. Add nutmeg, cinnamon and brown sugar to the mix and you are sure to have a winner. This recipe is courtesy of Simply Healthyish Recipes.
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Singer/songwriter Jack Johnson has a song dedicated to banana pancakes and rightfully so. There's something about banana pancakes that's homely and comforting. Its a pancake that signifies loved ones and long weekends. This recipe will quickly be your go-to when you "pretend its the weekend now (Johnson, Banana Pancakes)."
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pancakes
Pancakes are a breakfast staple. Nothing reminds me of my childhood more than a huge stack of pancakes with whipped cream and loads of maple syrup. Unfortunately, my metabolism isn't that of a 10-year-old anymore and a stack of sugary, buttery pancakes every morning will pack on the pounds faster than you can say “Bisquick.” The good news is that there is a ton of ways to make healthier versions of pancakes! In fact, these clean pancakes are so delish, I actually like them better than the real thing. Try making these apple cinnamon pancakes for all of the flavor and none of the guilt.This recipe is provided by Jennifer Leah Gottlieb.
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Strawberry Puff Pancake Skillet
This soufflé-like pancake needs an extra-hot skillet to rise correctly, and while this recipe can be made any time of year with whatever add-ins you prefer, we can’t help but love sweet, spring and summer strawberries in ours.
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Sweet Potato Pancakes
Feta and sweet potato pair beautifully in this dinnertime pancake recipe, which is the ultimate marriage of sweet and savory. The best part? You don't even need to roast the sweet potatoes, you just grate them right into a bowl and mix them up with the other ingredients. These pancakes taste great with some thick Greek yogurt. For more healthy recipes like this one, visit Ashley's blog, Practical Cooking For One.
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Savory Pancakes
What I wanted to do with this recipe was make crepes, but what I did was get lazy and bought pancake batter instead. I'm pretty satisfied with the results, because I found that by making, thick, fluffly pancakes with savory ingredients instead of crepes, I was inevitablty making this doughy, cheesey, delicious pastry that's far better than a crepe, and something that I'll definitely be making for dinner (or breakfast) again.  Click here to see Fall in Love with Breakfast Again — at Dinner.
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Blueberry Pancakes
There’s no better brunch than a stack of fluffy, blueberry pancakes.This recipe is courtesy of Food Republic.
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Pancakes
Prepare your dry pancake ingredients in advance in a jar, pour in the wet ones, shake it up, and cook in a skillet over the campfire.This recipe is courtesy of The Londoner.
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Pancake Bake
Bake your leftover pancakes in this tasty bread pudding, and enjoy as brunch or dessert.This recipe is courtesy of Rachel Schultz.
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Pancake
Leftover pancakes are repurposed in this simple but decadent recipe for cinnamon-spiced French toast.    This recipe is courtesy of Curried Cantaloupe.
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Zucchini Pancakes
Growing up, my grandfather would grow zucchini in his backyard, so one dish that automatically transports me to those summer visits with him is zucchini pancakes. Like my grandfather's recipe for meatballs, the key to these zucchini pancakes is knowing when the batter "feels" right — the ratio of shredded zucchini to flour to eggs is based much more on texture then on an exact measurement of ingredients. If you're using three zucchini, start with two eggs and a quarter cup of flour, then add from there until the mixture is just bound together. 
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