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Pancake breakfast

  • 22 Oct 2012 6:34 PM
    Message # 1111026
    Deleted user

    Ok, so this is not really a recipe as such as I'm pretty sure most would have discovered it by now but I just had pancakes for breakfast for the first time in my life and it was sooo much fun! I just felt the need to share this :-) I made the recipe in the Quit Plan book but halved it as I'm only cooking for myself. 2 of these fluffy pancakes topped with a mixture of warm blueberries, natural yogurt and a teaspoon of rice malt syrup & I am pretty happy with myself! I also have 4 big fat pancakes left over to enjoy for 2 more meals. It's definately one of the best pancake recipes I've come across & I cant wait to share it with others :-)

    Happy Tuesday!

    xx 

  • 23 Oct 2012 11:09 PM
    Reply # 1112172 on 1111026
    Anonymous
    Kim Piper wrote:

    Ok, so this is not really a recipe as such as I'm pretty sure most would have discovered it by now but I just had pancakes for breakfast for the first time in my life and it was sooo much fun! I just felt the need to share this :-) I made the recipe in the Quit Plan book but halved it as I'm only cooking for myself. 2 of these fluffy pancakes topped with a mixture of warm blueberries, natural yogurt and a teaspoon of rice malt syrup & I am pretty happy with myself! I also have 4 big fat pancakes left over to enjoy for 2 more meals. It's definately one of the best pancake recipes I've come across & I cant wait to share it with others :-)

    Happy Tuesday!

    xx 


    Ha ha how nice is it to have guilt free pancakes. We love having them on weekends with the dextrose jam or rice malt syrup (a replacement for my kids for maple syrup). Ours are a bit more basic though they're simply 1C SR Flour, 1 egg, 1C milk and a splash of vanilla. Double or triple for guests and reduce milk if you want thicker pancakes.

    I'm also loving scones with home made jam and cream mmmmmmm.

  • 01 Nov 2012 6:56 AM
    Reply # 1120198 on 1111026
    Deleted user
    Hi Samantha - what is your home made jam recipe please? Carol
  • 02 Nov 2012 1:30 AM
    Reply # 1120877 on 1120198
    Anonymous
    Carol Jackson wrote:Hi Samantha - what is your home made jam recipe please? Carol


    Hi Carol,

    I actually got it off here. It's just 250g fruit & 1C dextrose simmered on the stove until thickened (it thickens further when cooled). I have used fresh strawberries and also frozen mixed berries and both are delicious and my kids are quite happy with them. I usually blend it after cooking so it's not as lumpy for the kids. Some people mentioned their jam went a bit white after being in the fridge which might have been to do with the dextrose but they just warmed it in the microwave and used it with no problems.

    Very simple, quick and yummy! :)

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