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I just made these for breakfast--YUMMMY YUMMY YUMM...

2011-11-18T07:31:31.376-05:00

I just made these for breakfast--YUMMMY YUMMY YUMMY! A little lemon juice and sifted powdered sugar is a perfect dressing!



Happy Pancake Day!! These are lovely! I always m...

2010-02-16T08:11:42.646-05:00

Happy Pancake Day!!

These are lovely!
I always make the traditional English pancakes with lemon and sugar on this day, but this is a lovely twist that I've just got to try! yum!



Hi Plum- -Yes, separate the egg yolk from the whi...

2009-07-06T12:56:55.157-04:00

Hi Plum-
-Yes, separate the egg yolk from the white.
-You should sift the flour, baking powder, salt and sugar.
-folding egg white in just means to gently mix them into the batter using a spatula. Do not over mix!
-You can use vegetable oil, canola, or even a no-stick spray.

Hope this helps. good luck!



I feel silly asking but can someone help explain i...

2009-07-05T19:54:41.775-04:00

I feel silly asking but can someone help explain in details the below where the ** are?


Mix the egg yolks(**so I should separate the yolk and egg when I break them into two bowls?**). Sift and mix the dry ingredients (**Is this basically everything but the milk? and I should get something to sift all of these things into a bowl with the next steps?**) and combine with egg yolks, lemon zest, milk and ricotta cheese.

Beat the egg whites until stiff. Gently fold **if I am beating the egg whites in a bowl, how would I fold it into the batter? is it that still that I can fold? and it which way is it folded? - Sorry!**) into the egg-ricotta batter.
Lightly oil (**what kind of oil do you suggest**)griddle and pour a pancake-sized amount onto griddle



Heard Lemon Ricotta Pancakes referred to on Food N...

2009-05-03T01:17:00.000-04:00

Heard Lemon Ricotta Pancakes referred to on Food Network which sent me looking for recipes. These sound wonderful. Thank you for postng your recipe.



I loved reading this - and your pancakes are mouth...

2009-01-26T14:01:00.000-05:00

I loved reading this - and your pancakes are mouthwatering! I'm in the middle of eating lunch and yet all I want now is a big plate of these. I just discovered your blog and am really enjoying it. Congratulations on being a Food Blog Awards finalist - well deserved! : )



I'm planning on making these on Sunday for brunch,...

2008-11-07T22:18:00.000-05:00

I'm planning on making these on Sunday for brunch, last time I made a fresh blueberry syrup to accompany them, it was wonderful, I love lemons and blueberries together. Now I just have to figure out what to serve with them.
Thanks for the recipe.



Hi Aimee, I just discovered your blog doing a sear...

2008-09-23T22:32:00.000-04:00

Hi Aimee, I just discovered your blog doing a search for "lemon ricotta pancakes". I want to make them this Sunday for a brunch I'm having for my 40th birthday.

I've made lemon ricotta pancakes in the past, but this looks like a great recipe and I love your photography and your writing too!

I have a question: I'm going to be making this brunch at home for five people (myself, my husband, and three friends who will be overnight guests). After a night of all of us probably staying up wayyyyy too late and drinking margaritas ;-)

I want to make these pancakes and other stuff too, like bacon, maybe an omlette, maybe fried potatoes, fruit, etc.

Do you have any advice on keeping pancakes warm while I'm making them all and making all the other things too, so that we can all sit down and eat together at the same time? I usually keep them in a plate in the oven. They stay warm but they're not as great as piping hot off the griddle. Just wondering if you have any better way of doing it. Thanks!



My husband and I were watching television last nig...

2008-07-29T09:25:00.000-04:00

My husband and I were watching television last night when a commercial for IHOP's lemon pancakes with berry topping came on. Lemon pancakes!!! Yum! Thank goodness the local IHOP closed down or I would have been in a booth for a late evening "breakfast"! But it did make me remember that I had heard of recipes for lemon ricotta pancakes so I Googled and found you! Delightful blog! And I'm grabbing this recipe and following it to the letter because yours looked divine! Thanks.



I made these for my three kids for dinner and they...

2008-02-15T18:17:00.000-05:00

I made these for my three kids for dinner and they loved them. I love the light lemon flavor. I had a lot leftover and they reheated well in the microwave the next morning thought they were a little more dense.



I made these for breakfast this morning and they a...

2008-02-13T09:58:00.000-05:00

I made these for breakfast this morning and they are fabulous! Thanks so much! I totally agree, a great breakfast with your loved ones cannot be beat!



Hi Sandy- Well, you're a supermom, I am not surpri...

2008-01-26T09:09:00.000-05:00

Hi Sandy- Well, you're a supermom, I am not surprised you love making pancakes!

Hi Gabi- Thank you so much and welcome to UtHC!



Your pancakes are beautiful. Lovely post!xoxo

2008-01-25T12:14:00.000-05:00

Your pancakes are beautiful. Lovely post!
xoxo



I actually love making them for my boys even more ...

2008-01-22T14:22:00.000-05:00

I actually love making them for my boys even more than I like eating them. It is a regular weekend event in our home. Oh, how I love family food.



Hi Shayne- Oh dear, well it sounds like you made t...

2008-01-21T15:24:00.000-05:00

Hi Shayne- Oh dear, well it sounds like you made the best of it. Do try them as pancakes next time!
Hi David- I'm sure your homemade pancakes are special and that's so sweet that you do them with your daughter.
Hi mlindley- Sounds like your little one has quite the palate! Consider yourself blessed.
Hi Kelly- Thanks!
Hi Bessie- Welcome to UtHC! Peanut butter pancakes sounds like a winner! Three boys-wow, why do I feel like that is in the stars for me...? Thanks for the well-wishes.



In Anne of Green Gables' words, I think you are a ...

2008-01-21T12:19:00.000-05:00

In Anne of Green Gables' words, I think you are a kindred spirit. I have three little boys, and my older two have been standing on a chair helping make the pancakes since they could stand up. Our favorites are the Cooking Light Peanut Butter Pancakes. I will be buying ricotta soon though, just to make these you've posted...they look fabulous!

Just discovered your blog today...enjoyed it very much. Hope you are feeling well as your new little person grows :).



Delicious recipe! I'll have to give it a try.

2008-01-20T23:49:00.000-05:00

Delicious recipe! I'll have to give it a try.



My seven month old loved them. Very yummy.

2008-01-20T18:29:00.000-05:00

My seven month old loved them. Very yummy.



I agree with all you say. As a dad to a little lad...

2008-01-20T18:15:00.000-05:00

I agree with all you say. As a dad to a little lady, it is something we love to do together, and I just hope she remembers. Never made them with ricotta, I opt for simple Scotch pancakes, but this will be one to try.

Cheers
David



Aimee - Well I did it I made them into waffles (I ...

2008-01-20T13:47:00.000-05:00

Aimee - Well I did it I made them into waffles (I saw the Red Alert too late) the were light and fluffy and tasted great but they wanted to stick really bad. I had to butter the waffle iron every batch and cook them to the darker side; I managed to get all of them to come out looking like waffles. And Again, the had great flavor I will have to make them as pancakes.



Hi Shayne- Red Alert! I don't recommend these panc...

2008-01-19T18:34:00.000-05:00

Hi Shayne- Red Alert! I don't recommend these pancakes for a waffle conversion. It would be like cooking a souffle in a panini press, or something. Not good.
Hi Deb- That sounds like a lot of frying! Have fun!
Hi Haidi-Penguin pancakes, now that's a new one!
Hi Jane- Welcome to UtHC! That must be fun to have your son so independent. You must have taught him well!



One my favorite things to do with my 8 year old so...

2008-01-19T07:51:00.000-05:00

One my favorite things to do with my 8 year old son! He LOVES to make pancakes and he's getting to the age where he can do almost everything himself! Thanks for the great post!



I always get a request for "bear pankcakes" but th...

2008-01-19T00:38:00.000-05:00

I always get a request for "bear pankcakes" but they end up looking more like starfish. Last time I called them "penguin pancakes" and the kids were perfectly thrilled. You're right - you just can't go wrong!