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I tried this recipe using Pamela's gluten-free baking & pancake mix, goat mozzerella cheese and granulated dried green onions. Instead of frying, I used the Pancake Puff, cooking about 1.5 minutes per side. They turned out great! It also saved me lots of time using the Pancake Puff, besides the fact that I cut the menu down to serve three. My picky-eater 5-year-old son thought they were awesome.

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Chef Pam W August 05, 2008

These were very good. Will make these again. Thanks for posting.

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gwynn December 28, 2005

I made a double batch of these for a Super Bowl party and they were gone in minutes. Really like the fact that they can be prepared and frozen ahead of time. Delicious!

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cogan122 February 13, 2005

Very tasty and easy to make (save the messy deep frying). Excellent flavor and texture. I left out the hot sauce because of a really sensitive guest, but they turned out great. Somehow I got them into shapes that looked like little crab cakes. My guests LOVED them! Thanks!

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Leslie L May 27, 2004
Pacific Crab Puffs