9 Aug 2011 fresh ginger pancakes with pomegranate molasses by nomnivorous | posted in: cooking, recipe swap, recipes | 9 TwitterFacebookEmailStumbleUponRedditDiggPrint 9 Responses alex August 9, 2011 | sounds fantastic. creative take on the recipe! I love Greek yogurt with honey! Linda West Eckhardt August 9, 2011 | yum, yum. and done in the true spirit of invention. Adding a jot of cider vinegar to milk works wonderfully. Check out my post last week about making ricotta in 10 minutes. It simply milk, buttermilk and cream, heated to 185, where it then separates into curds and whey. And the dogs loved the whey. nomnivorous August 9, 2011 | Ah I love homemade ricotta. You can also use the whey to cook rice or grains, put in soup, or anywhere you might use water. nomnivorous August 9, 2011 | Thanks, Alex! Your vegan molasses cookies looked great too. jaclyn August 10, 2011 | i love your take on this month’s swap! who doesn’t like pancakes? i’ve always wanted to try pomegranate molasses but i always forget to look for it at the store…i’ll have to pick some up now! Shumaila August 11, 2011 | What a great take on the recipe! Have never tried pomegranate molasses. I wish my husband liked pancakes, would have definitely tried this out! Shumaila August 11, 2011 | By the way do stop by my giveaway: http://thenovicehousewife.wordpress.com/2011/07/29/celebrating-first-blogiversary-with-tartlets-a-giveaway/ nomnivorous August 11, 2011 | Ginger cookies with a drizzle of pomegranate molasses would be wonderful. Or crepes. Or anything. Let me know what you do with it if you get yourself some pom molasses. Monique August 13, 2011 | great idea with the pomegranate molasses – I’ve used it in scones, but love the other ideas you mentioned. Great recipe swap from cookies to pancakes! Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. Name * Email (will not be published) * Website Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.