Yield: Yields 16 to 20
Sue tossed many a pancake during her eleven happy years as a breakfast cook at Bette’s Oceanview Diner. This is one of her favorite pancake recipes. You’d expect the cheese to make the pancakes heavy, but the opposite is true. During cooking, the cheese and egg whites work together to make these light. You can use cottage cheese or ricotta.
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The list of ingredients calls for melted butter, but doesn't tell you what to do with it. I added it to the batter at the end. I also added vanilla. These are good and very light. Although it is a nice change, I prefer regular buttermilk pancakes.
These pancakes are the lightest, fluffiest, most delicious pancakes. My family has taken to asking for them almost every weekend. They are SO good!!!!
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