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American Pancakes In Cornwall


Not a great picture, but these pancakes are delicious & so easy to make...
They also got the thumbs up from our American friends!

Vegan Pancake Recipe
1 cup (250g) self-raising whole wheat flour
1 cup porridge oats
1 heaped teaspoon ground linseeds or egg replacement powder
1 heaped teaspoon baking powder
1 teaspoon cinnamon
pinch sea salt
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
2 tablespoons maple syrup
1/2 cup water
1 cup plant milk

Method
Chuck all the dry ingredients into a bowl or large measuring jug.
Gradually add the wet ingredients & mix well.
Finish by whizzing with a hand blender...

We made them for breakfast at the weekend.
(Little D wasn't keen on Sime's porridge)

We get the hob ring hot & use a non-stick pan, so no need for oil, etc.
Pour enough mixture in the pan & cook until it starts bubbling fiercely.
The pancake should just flip over easily.

We burnt this one, so D (isn't she a cutie?) gave it to her Daddy...
We like fresh lemon or lime juice on ours with either some home made cinnamon sugar or a drizzle of maple syrup... Enjoy!

D's parents were in Cornwall to do a couple of shows & she likes joining in too...

We'll do another post about them & how we met...

Have a super duper weekend!

Kay & Sime
xx


Comments

Jane and Chris said…
They are EXTREMELY filling too...I mangage two..Chris eats the rest!
Jane x
Kath said…
You know me, I'm a great fan of the chuck it in method LOL
I must try these.

I just love little D, what a darling! I used to have curls like that when I was her age LOL
Jane - I definitely couldn't eat more than 2!

Kath - I think most food we enjoy cooking is using the "chuck it in" method!

Kay :)

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