Pancakes are made with flour which is full of carbohydrates. The body turns carbs into glucose which fuels the brain with energy keeping you active and smart all morning.
Pancakes are also a good source of minerals and vitamins. Adding fruits to your batter when making pancakes adds more nutrients to it. You can also opt to use whole wheat flour to make your pancakes healthier.
- 200g All-purpose flour
- 4 large eggs
- 600ml full cream milk
- 50g granulated Sugar
- Pinch of salt
- Vegetable oil
- 100ml honey
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- Sieve the flour to remove any unwanted particle into a large mixing bowl. Make a small well at the center and add about 100ml of milk. Crack your eggs into the milk. Also add your sugar.
- Using a hand whisk, gently start whisking the flour with the milk beginning from the center. Keep whisking until all the flour is incorporated and a smooth even thick mixture is achieved. Add more milk and whisk to loosen the texture. Keep adding the rest of the milk whilst whisking.
- This should continue until you have a slightly think and even batter.
- Heat your pan or skillet over medium heat until hot. Add a tablespoonful of oil to the pan. Scoop a ladleful of batter into the pan. Turn the pan around to evenly spread the batter into a large circle. Or use the underside of the ladle to spread the batter in a circular motion until its thick enough.
- After about 35-45 seconds the pancake should be cooked beneath. Grip the handle off the pan firmly and use a palette knife to gentle turn the pancake. Cook the other side for about 30-40 seconds also. Remove unto a plate.