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Pretty Pancakes April 4, 2011

Filed under: Breakfast,Quick and easy,Vegetarian — blisteringlydrunk @ 3:46 pm
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This is my go-to pancake recipe. The recipe itself isn’t anything fancy,  but the texture of these babies can’t be beat. I use this as a base recipe and spice things up with different flours,  frozen fruit, nuts, chocolate chunks, spices…whatever the heart desires!

I found this recipe (here) on a cold Edmonton morning a few years ago and it quickly became a Sunday morning ritual to get us through the Edmonton winters. My favourite way to eat these is with a dollop of plain yogurt, a spoonful of saskatoon sauce (frozen berries, water, sugar, corn starch – boil) and a drizzle of honey. Or just spread ’em with Nutella. No one’s judging.

3 eggs, separated
115 grams flour (about 3/4 cup of all purpose or spelt)
1 heaped t baking powder
140 ml milk
pinch salt
optional: cinnamon, nuts, frozen berries, chocolate chunks, sliced banana

1. Whisk egg yolks with flour, baking powder and milk.

2. Whisk/beat egg whites with salt until stiff peaks form, then fold into egg yolk mixture.

3. Stir in optional ingredients.

4. Plop into a hot greased pan and flip when they start to bubble!

Hope you like them!

Katie

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2 Responses to “Pretty Pancakes”

  1. movita Says:

    These sound amazing!

  2. […] these are a fall treat that are so moist and fluffy you won’t know what to do with them, and these are the perfect traditional pancake that you can turn into whatever you want. Who knew you could […]


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