Perfect Pancake Recipe!

If you are a Canterbury College student, and you didn’t make it to last Friday’s Pancake Party, don’t worry! You can still make perfect pancakes at home. I’ll even give you my secret recipe!

Actually, I have two secret recipes!

The first one is homemade pancakes. This recipe is adapted from the very famous New Zealand Cookbook ‘Edmonds Cookbook’ pancake recipe.

Perfect Pancake Recipe Number One.

Camilla's Peach Pancake

Camilla's Peach Filled Pancake

 

Ingredients:

1 Egg

1 cup Milk

1 cup Flour

1/8 teaspoon Salt

Mix the egg and the milk together (it will go a little bit frothy). Add the flour and salt to the milk mixture and mix thoroughly.

Add more milk if you like thin pancakes (like crepes).

Heat your pan to medium to high heat, grease pan with butter and pour pancake batter into pan. Cook until light brown on both sides.

Perfect Pancake Recipe Number Two. 

Just Add Water

Ingredients:

1 ½ cup Water

1 Home Brand Pancake Shake Mix (Only available at Countdown)

Add water to the bottle and shake. Sometimes the pancake mix will get stuck in the bottom of the bottle, so turn it upside down and bang the lid on the table, this should dislodge the mix that is stuck.

Heat your pan to medium to high heat, grease pan with butter and pour pancake batter into pan. Cook until light brown on both sides.

Toppings:  Now that you have the perfect pancake recipe, you need to have the perfect pancake toppings. In my family we love the toppings to be very simple – Lemon Juice and Icing Sugar sprinkled on top.

But yummy things to have include:        Banana and whipped Cream, kiwi fruit and icecream or Syrup toppings like Maple syrup or Berry sauce.  Some people even like to have bacon with maple syrup. You can really have whatever you like on pancakes…let your imagination go wild!

Pancake Party

It's all about choosing the right topping

Now that you know the perfect pancake recipe you can try it at home. It’s the perfect thing for a rainy Sunday morning!

Pancake party

Hungy Students Waiting for Pancakes!

Pancakes for lunch

Pancakes taste better when shared!

 

 

 

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