We all looked forward to this. Lined up at the table, forks armed and ready for the deliciousness that was about to be on them.
There was nothing like Pancake day. Now, having children of my own, I wanted to bestow this tradition onto them.
But there was a problem. We had radically changed our lifestyle, and that meant pancakes were out!
Or did it?
I kept searching for the perfect recipe. Only to be left with a crumbled mess, that you couldn’t even hold a fork to.
So I decided to try my hand at it. A lot of trial and error later, I finally achieved my goal. And the kids loved them too!
The ingredients throw together just as quickly as the original. But to save time. You can always make a triple batch of the dry ingredients. Then store them in an airtight container, in the fridge.
Then you would just need to add the eggs, extract, & honey when ready.
- Mix all the ingredients together with electric hand mixer, until well blended. Batter will look a little thick. (This is what makes them fluffy)
- Pour batter onto desired cooking surface.
- Flip when ready. (About 2-3 mins).
- *If you try to flip them too early they will fall apart. When you can gently lift it up on all sides, then you know they are ready*
- I like to top mine with almond butter, for a little-added protein. And a bit of pure maple syrup.
- Tastes like memories.