maple-sour cream pancakes


maple-sour cream pancakes
  • 2 cups bisquick mix, 1/3cup sour cream, 2/3cups milk, 2 tbs packed brown sugar, 2 tbs maple-flavored syrup, 2 eggs

  1. heat griddle or skillet over medium-high heat (375degrees);grease withbutter or cooking spray if necessary.stir all ingredients until blended,pour batter by slightly less than 1/4cupfuls onto hot griddle. cook until edges of pancakes are dry. turn; cook until golden. serve with additional syrup

Nutritional Facts

1 pancake
calories 115
cholestrol 35mg
sodium 280mg
carbohydrates 15g
protein 3g
vitamin A 2%-vit C 0%-calcium 6%-iron 4%. EXCHANGES
1 starch
1 fat
1 carbohydrate choice

breakfast low carb low cholestrol breakfast pancakes

3 replies

texacote 2017-04-05 22:23:43 -0500 Report

As a type 2 diabetic who is controlling BS and Blood Sugar through diet and excercise - I am horrified that ya'll posted this recipe as "diabetic" friendly. The picture shows a stack of pancakes (bad) while the serving size is 1 pancake. I seriously doubt the carb count based on the recipe -bisquick own dietary information has 28 grams for 1/3 of a cup. And this recipe plops brown sugar on top of that… Please folks - don't do this kind of stuff - it destroys the credibility of the other good recipes. I make pancakes on a routine basis - mine are not this "carby" and the family loves them.

what is seriously needed is a lesson on how to calculate the carbs for a made up recipe - that will free us from packaged goods (such as the products of betty Crocker).

Avera 2009-03-23 22:20:59 -0500 Report

This is a good recipe for two reasons. You can both eat the pancakes for breakfast or use them to make a tasty dessert as well. The unique maple flavor already in the pancake will allow one to add various toppings for a sweet low carb treat.