Monday, 25 August 2014

Peanut Butter Pancakes

No one like's getting out of bed in the morning (well I certainly don't), so it's nice to be able to look forward to something to stop you hitting the snooze button just one more ten more times.

I've decided to whip up some super easy peanut butter pancakes for you all this morning. Pancakes are quite possibly everyone's favourite when it comes to breakfast (you can quote me on that been an actual fact), the verdict's a little more out there with peanut butter, although it makes for a more substantial and filling breakfast. I've decided to make the more american style fluffy pancakes, as although I do much prefer traditional English style pancake day pancakes, these are a little quicker to cook on a morning. 

Peanut Butter Pancakes

You will need:
1 cup self raisin flour
1 cups of milk
1/2 table spoon of caster sugar
1 1/2 table spoons of peanut butter
1 large egg

Peanut Butter Pancakes

How to make the pancakes:
Whisk all the ingredients together, you may need an electric whisk as the peanut butter is a little sticky.

 Since I'm telling you how to bake here I should advise you sieve the flour, but no one has time for that on a morning, especially not me, so go ahead break the baking rules and throw your un-sieved flour in.

Gently heat a frying pan with a little oil (I personally like the spray oils) on a low heat.

Add a spoon full of mix to the pan, when the little bubbles appear on the pancakes flip them over, this should take around a minuet. 

Make sure the pancakes are golden brown on both sides and serve. 

Serving suggestions:
Fresh strawberry's, golden syrup (mines butterscotch sauce), chocolate sauce, Jam (or if you want to go all USA on me you can call it jelly and have peanut butter & jelly pancakes to sound extra cool and make your friends jealous) 

Peanut Butter Pancakes

How do you like your pancakes on a morning?

Any recipe suggestions?


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