Corn Pancakes – French Friday’s with Dorie.

Ahh, French Friday’s with Dorie.  Well, today is Saturday so I missed the actual Friday post but decided to post it anyway.  I have been really busy this week.  Lots of things to do.

This is a simple and easy to make as a side dish or appetizer.  You can also serve these for breakfast with a little syrup.   There are only a few ingredients involved so it whips up pretty quickly.  I replaced the eggs with the Ener-G egg replacer to make the cakes vegan.  I wish that I had had some fresh grilled corn to use even though the recipe called for canned corn.  I added some crushed tomatoes and placed the cakes on top of live alfalfa sprouts.  A few slices of jalapeno peppers would have really given these tasty pancakes a kick.

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Hope everyone has a lovely weekend.

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  1. Lynn S

    Looks delicious! Do you have to become a member of http://www.frenchfridayswithdorie.com/ to get the recipe, or do you have to get it from the cookbook – Around My French Table by Dorie Greenspan ? I don’t want to buy a non vegan cookbook. I love the corn pancakes from Vita Cafe in Portland, OR. They have fresh corn in it along with jalapeno peppers and topped with vegan cheese and guacamole. Been looking for a similar recipe.

    • Suzi

      Hi Lynn, thank you for stopping by. With French Friday with Dorie we were not supposed to put the recipe up, they wanted you to buy the book, but
      your local library will probably have it. That is what I did, so I don’t have the recipe at hand. I love the idea of adding jalapeno peppers and definitely fresh corn. I used the enger-g egg replacer.
      If you follow the muffin recipe on the box and just add the peppers and corn it will probably work out. I hope that helps and let me know f you make them.
      Have a wonderful day.

  2. You make everything, including these corn pancakes, look fantastic! I’m making these tonight. :)

  3. Looooove corn pancakes! And, coincidentally, Dorie Greenspan :) Win win on all counts, and a great photo too :)

  4. angela@spinachtiger

    Great photo. We ate corn pancakes growing up and now I”m wondering why I don’t do that anymore.

  5. These look great! Nice twist serving them on top of the alfalfa sprouts.

  6. Roxanne

    How do I access the recipe for the corn pancakes? It isn’t on your blog.
    Thanks!

  7. I am in awe of your pictures Suzi!!!

  8. This is the second yummy post I’ve seen on corn pancakes lately. Now I have a full-on craving! This looks like a great recipe!

  9. What a lovely blog you have! These corn pancakes sound (and look!) wonderful. Just love the idea of fresh grilled corn in pancakes :)

  10. Sally

    Love your savory take on the corn pancakes!

  11. I love how you can either go the sweet or savory route with these! So multi-purpose.

  12. These look great. I can totally see a Mexican twist with some guacamole on top.

  13. They look lovely. I think these would be great with some grilled fresh corn.

  14. The corn pancakes sound good. How can I get the exact recipe?

  15. These really sound delicious and a bit different than standard breakfast fare.I’ll wager these are delicious.I hope you have a great day.Blessings…Mary

  16. Wow, Suzi, these are beautiful! I can imagine having them with a little smoked salmon and some lowfat plain yogurt.

  17. Congratulations on making the foodbuzz Today’s Top 9!

  18. Mei-i @ gastronomic nomad

    Yummy looking corn pancakes! Congrats on top 9!

  19. Carol H

    Love this site / and the corn pancakes look great! Am I the only one who can’t find the recipe for them? Everyone else seems to be making them already??? duh.

  20. Congratulations on making the foodbuzz Top 9!

  21. I love your presentation of the corn pancakes. They were a delish side – a recipe I will make in the future.

  22. You take some fantastic pictures of your food Suzi!! This looks simply divine!! Congratulations on TOP 9 Today!! Yay!!!! Love seeing you there. :)

  23. That is one gorgeous plateful of pancake ! Looks mouthwatering , too !

  24. Girl this looks wicked good. I keep wanting to join but I know I have no free time right now. Lol. Hope all is well with you. I heard a rumour about FBF having another conference in October. So maybe we’ll see each other again this year. xx

    • Suzi

      Hey Kim how the heck are you? I heard the same thing. It will be in San Francisco and I really want to go. I used to live there and haven’t been back for about 3 years now. My favorite city.

      • I’m good. Just crazy busy. Had a sick cat, then a sick horse, then a sick relative. It’s been nuts. Now I have friends visiting from BC this week. Then next week my bro is visiting. I swear it’s nonstop action. But I always say I’d rather be busy than bored. I think I might be delusional on that one.

        San Fran, how cool Any word for sure yet? Is sign up happening? I am totally going if they are doing it. I loved it last time.

  25. Your dish looks beautiful. I was thinking this would be perfect with a salad, and your presentation seems to agree with that! You’ve made a fried pancake look healthy!

  26. Love these! They look so amazing. I would totally eat these for breakfast. YUM

  27. Your pancakes are beautiful and they sound delicous! What a perfect recipe for summer when corn comes into season!

  28. Nice presentation! I really enjoyed these simple pancakes.

  29. I love your presentation my friend, stunning pancakes no doubt :D
    And they are savoury too!

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

  30. Suzi, those look really good, and I am sure they are delicious! So, for French Fridays you all cook one same meal and post it on Fridays? That is very interesting to see same meal prepared by many bloggers and decorated in different manners. How cool is that! :)

    • Suzi

      Hi Marina, these were pretty tasty. We all use the Around MY French Table cookbook by Dorie Greenspan, each week there is a recipe from the book that we all make and then post and link up to the site. You should check it out it is fun. I have only been doing it a few weeks. Hope you are having a wonderful weekend, my friend.

  31. I was a little late with this one too but I’m so glad I made them. I loved this recipe! Your photo is so beautiful it almost makes me want to eat sprouts. Almost :)

  32. Liz

    Beautifully styled, Suzi! And you’re such a pro and converting recipes to vegan…yours look so yummy!

  33. Absolutely LOVE your photo! Great presentation!! They look delicious! Have a great 4th!

  34. Your picture is just stunning! Glad you posted it anyways. Great presentation, Suzi!

  35. I am going to enjoy them as a main! They look mouthwatering!

  36. Lovely presentation! I think fresh corn would have really been nice in these.

  37. Your photo makes the cakes look so golden and delicious!

  38. What great looking corncakes! I love these things. I agree with you – these cakes definitely scream for grilled corn and jalapeno! Hope you’re having a great weekend!

  39. nana

    Looks delicious, love the alfalfa sprouts and tomatoes. We all enjoyed them
    and will definitely repeat this recipe, it’s so easy. Lovely photos.

  40. Nice picture! I really liked them and made them with frozen corn, they were great. I agree that fresh would be even better.

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