Anyone else loves pancakes for weekend breakfast or brunch?
Also, these are healthier pancakes made with Prima’s superfine wholegrain flour. This flour is really so fine that it doesn’t compromise the texture of the baked goods – no more rubbery, chewy wholegrain food!
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I came across a pancake recipe using only whole wheat flour, and it sounded quite interesting, so I tried it out a couple of weeks back. The (choosy) husband prefers this recipe to the other wholegrain one that I had made previously, and he has been asking me to make them again! So we had these pancakes again yesterday.
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These are light and fluffy wholemeal pancakes, great for weekend breakfast or brunch. Okay, or make that everyday's breakfast!
- 1 egg
- 2 tbsp brown sugar
- 2 tbsp oil
- 1 tsp vanilla
- 3/4 cup buttermilk
- 120 g wholemeal flour
- 1 tbsp aluminium-free baking powder
- 1/2 tsp salt
- Chocolate chips or
If you are making your own buttermilk, prepare it as the first ingredient, and let it sit for 5-10 min to curdle and thicken.
Whisk the egg and brown sugar together. Add in oil, vanilla and buttermilk. Whisk well.
Add in the flour, baking powder and salt (I usually mix the dry ingredients in another bowl before adding it in). Stir until just combined. Add the 2 tbsp of water. The batter should be smooth and not too thick. If you have add-ins, just stir them in briefly now.
Lightly oil your non-stick pan with a piece of kitchen paper towel. Using a small soup ladle, pour the batter into the pan over medium low heat. You can flip the pancakes once the edges look dry, and the surface of the pancakes has bubbles all over. Continue cooking for 1-2 mins further, till golden brown on both sides. *You may need to lightly oil the pan in between batches of pancakes.
Serve with maple syrup and/or fresh fruits.
Make your own buttermilk by placing 3/4 tbsp white vinegar in your measuring jug. Top up milk to 3/4 cup. Let sit for 5-10 mins.
Recipe from Pinch of Yum