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  • Kim Vincent

    needs lots of substitutions like coconut flour and honey or stevia, but lemon ricotta pancakes with sauteed apples sounds yummy...

  • Chris Johnson

    Lemon Ricotta Pancakes with Sauteed Apples by Gourmet via smittenkitchen - Smitten Kitchen always has the best recipes!

  • Brannon Wiegand

    Lemon Ricotta #cooking tips #cooking guide|

  • Lizette Krajnak

    This lemon ricotta pancakes with sauteed apples recipe originated in Gourmet magazine in the mid 90s. Best. Pancakes. Ever.

  • Mr. Food Test Kitchen

    These Lemon Ricotta #Pancakes with Sauteed Apples by Gourmet via smittenkitchen would make the best Sunday #brunch. You know you can't go wrong when something has both apples and cinnamon! #Recipe #Breakfast

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    These are AMAZING!!! I'm talking, knock-your-socks-off and make you question if you are still dreaming outta-this-world. They're so worth the effort. Woo-hoo!

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