Canadian pancakes

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Jul 29, 2004
My wife went to Canada and has raved about the pancakes she had there. I know the ones she means - small faily thick panckes stacked up with maple syrup and blueberries! The thing is I'd like to suprise her with them, and was wondering if any of you had an ultimate recipe for them?
I do not know if this is close, but it is a great recipe from a Canadian friend.

Canadian Pancakes
2 c flour
1 pinch sea salt
1 1/2 c apple juice or milk
2 tb oil
2 eggs
1/2 c honey
2 ts baking powder
1 baking apple, grated

1.Combine all ingredients except apple, and beat until just smooth. Add apple and mix by hand.
2.Spoon large dollops of batter into an oiled pan, over medium heat. Turn pancakes when bubbles appear at the edges. Flip and brown other side. Serve immediately with butter, maple syrup, honey and/or apple butter.
OK...found them...they were in the General section. Whew...thought I was losing it there for a bit. Goodweed, if you see this post you can see my Mom's pancake recipe under this title in General Questions. You can try mine and see what YOU think.

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