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Pancakes With Raspberry Jam And Whipped Cream

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February 7, 2018 / International / By
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The relationship I have with pancakes is similar with my relationship with chocolate treats – I love them and I would eat them every day but I don’t, however, when I make them or buy them it’s an all-day type of event that is celebrated with delicious toppings, good coffee, and numerous pictures. I really have a sweet tooth so when I satisfy the cravings of my sweet tooth, something that doesn’t happen very often lately, I make sure I do it right.

This Pancakes with Raspberry Jam and Whipped Cream recipe is a simple pancakes recipe and the pancakes are super fluffy and delicious, basically exactly what pancakes should be like, the raspberry jam and whipped cream combo is the reason I decided this is a story that I had to share with you though. I used various toppings for pancakes – jams, honey, chocolate, peanut butter, berries (some berries are involved in this recipe too), banana, syrup – but the combination of raspberry jam and whipped cream is amazing and one of my favorite since I made these pancakes.

The recipe makes 11 medium pancakes or 7 large pancakes.

Ingredients

450g all-purpose flour

20g baking powder (~4 teaspoons) baking powder

Pinch of salt

3 eggs

3 tablespoons powdered sugar with vanilla flavor

3 tablespoons brown sugar

450ml milk

3 teaspoons of butter, melted

Whipped cream and raspberry jam for serving

Instructions

In a large bowl, mix together the milk, powdered sugar, brown sugar, eggs, butter, and salt with an electric mixer.

In a smaller bowl, mix the flour with the baking powder then add the dry ingredients over the wet ingredients mixing everything until smooth.

Heat a non-stick pan over medium heat and pour a scoop, about 60ml (1/4 cup) of batter into the pan. Brown on each side.

If you don’t have a non-stick pan, use a regular pan lightly oiled.

Now for the toppings – for this recipe, I used raspberry jam and homemade sweetened whipped cream plus some fresh mixed berries to decorate the pancakes. You can buy the whipped cream from the grocery store if you don’t want to make it yourself.

If you don’t believe this combination is a dream combination for pancakes, you have to try the recipe yourself.


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