Tuesday, February 13

Fluffy Pancakes for Shrove Tuesday


I've not shared a pancake recipe on my blog since my first year of blogging. The photos leave a lot to be deserved but it is still my favourite crepe recipe. This year I decided to do something a little different and make fluffy pancakes. This recipe doesn't involve any tossing instead you just pop the lid on the pan.

You will need:

1 cup of flour                                1 table spoon of baking powder
1 cup of warmed milk                40g of melted butter
1 egg



Sift the flower and baking powder into a bowl then in another bowl whisk together the butter, milk and eggs yokes. In a third bowl (I promise this is the last bowl) beat the egg whites until soft peaks form. 

Gently incorporate the dry and wet ingredients stirring until well combined then hold in the eggs whites. Do this carefully so you don't knock the air out of them. 

Put a large scoop of the mixture into a pan (around 20cm although this doesn't really matter) and put a lid on it. They will take around 3-5 minutes to cook but you'll know when a tooth pick comes out clean. 

Serve the way you like them with maple syrup, honey, fruit or like I did with Meridian Cocoa and Peanut Butter. Enjoy!



Favourite pancake recipes from other bloggers: Foodie Quine's Cadbury Creme Egg Pancakes |

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