Fluffy maple sirup Pancakes: Brunch made easy

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Who doesn’t love pancakes! I particularly love them with maple-sirup and, if I feel particularly indulgent, bits of bacon. This recipe is a slight adaptation of Jamie Oliver’s easy and unbelievably fluffy pancake batter method. I added a bit of maple sirup into the batter for an extra kick of that maple goodness – they always turn out great! The batter is enough for 2-4 persons, depending on both hunger and whether or not you incorporate them into a larger breakfast meal.

Ingredients:
3 large, organic eggs (egg yolks and whites separated)
130g of flour
15g of baking powder
140 ml milk
15g of maple sirup
pinch of salt
40g butter (in small pieces)

Preparation:
Whisk the egg whites with a pinch of salt until stiff. In a separate bowl, mix the egg yolks with the flour, baking powder, milk and maple sirup. Fold the egg whites into the mixture.
In a non-stick pan, heat 2 pieces of butter on medium heat. Spoon in your pancake batter (I usually use 2 tablespoons for one (quite small) pancake and make batches of three pancakes at once, but you can make bigger ones of course). Cook the batter for a 3-4 of minutes and flip it over with a spatula. Continue cooking for another 3-4 minutes until both sides are golden. Keep the pancakes in the oven (100 degrees) until all pancakes are cooked. Serve with maple sirup –
and maybe bacon?

– and enjoy!

8 Comments Add yours

  1. Georgia King says:

    This looks amazing!!

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  2. Ulma says:

    Looks yummy! I always make my pancakes with oats instead of flour, you can try it next time 🙂

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    1. thank you for the tip, I will try that next time! 🤗🤗

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  3. Bernice says:

    Looks delicious. I like that they are a bit thicker! I enjoy trying different versions of pancakes. Plus I will freeze a few for later.
    💕💕💕 Bernice cooking with Supper Plate

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    1. thank you! I never tried freezing them, thag’s a great idea, do you freeze them after cooking them? How do you reheat them?

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      1. Bernice says:

        Yes, I make all my pancakes and let them completely cool. Then I separate them with wax paper and place into a freezer safe zip lock bag. I take them right out of the freezer, wrap in a paper towel and then reheat in the microwave.

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      2. I will try that next time, thank you! ☺️☺️

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