- Pancakes for breakfast – let's have your recipes!
Being a current user of the Eating Plan That Dare Not Speak Its Name, I have one day off the eggs. Saturday mornings are devoted to family breakfast, and we’re going through a(nother) pancake phase.
Am currently making American style using self raising flour and some blueberries doused in maple syrup (nutella for Toddler North).
Share your recipes..!Posted 5 years agoJunkyardMember
pancake mix and chocolate chip cookies – they come out runny if you do a thickish mix and pancake
Mash a banana into it.
I prefer to just do a pancake and put some fruit on top tbh – sometimes coooked sometimes not
Not sure what the ege thing refers to tbh but mine are egg freePosted 5 years agoRo5eyMember
My little girl loves making pancakes with me early on a saturday morning.
Not sure we’ve got much in the way of recipes though… Some flour, an egg, a grind of salt, bit of milk … away you go that’s the beauty of them… you can’t go wrong.
Although adding a melted knob of butter into the mixture does improve it quite alot… this was new to me until a year ago.
Toppings … Nutella for her, lemon and a little sugar for mePosted 5 years agomessiahMember
Mashed banana, grated apple and some cinnamon through the batter (plain flour, eggs, milk and salt). I saw Jamie Oliver do it once and tried it… there is nothing not to like (apart from his face).
Serve with crispy bacon (american style) and maple syrup… my kids LOVE Sunday mornings.Posted 5 years agoourmaninthenorthSubscriber
Cool. Some thoughts there.
FWIW for breakfast we find the smaller, puffed up american style nicer than British flat ones. Shrove Tuesday is all about British style.
Might do some whipped cream this Sat for the full cholesterol experience. Like the bowl of fruit suggestion.Posted 5 years ago
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