It’s Pancakes timeeee! You know the feeling when you wake up on a lazy Sunday morning, turn on the TV for some cheesy TV show and they are eating deliciously moist pancakes?! Right in front of you?!! I mean how dare they do this to me? Clearly, I had to fix my jealousy and make myself some pancakes for breakfast.
As it is quince time and because I had about a ton of them at home (for jam making) I decided to go for a quince & bluberry pancake variation.
Quinces by themselves, raw, are not that amazing. Trust me.
I decided to cut them in small squares and quickly caramelised them. This way they would become soft and sweet while, I was preparing my pancakes.
And as for the blueberries… well I add them to pretty much anything I can. I love these little blue colored creatures too much not to do so.
For the pancake mixture I used olive oil instead of butter which usually turns any bakery into fluffiness 🙂
About 20 minutes later my pancakes were ready and I added the toppings
At this stage I felt confident to turn the TV back on again and continue watching (withouth any jealousy threatening my happiness) as I pretty much assume the actors in the TV shows do not get the greatest food while on set…
These pancakes on the other side deserve a Grammy… or two!
Some honey on top of the pancakes…
100 % lactose free
100 % dairy free
- 1 quince
- 3tbsp brown sugar
- 1 tbsp water
- 110gr olive oil
- 100 gr brown sugar
- 2 eggs
- 3 drops off vanilla essence
- 300gr flour
- 75gr oats
- 1 tsp baking powder
- 375ml almond milk
- peel and cut the quince into small squares
- put them into a pan and add the sugar and water to it
- on medium heat slowely let the sugar melt (stir from time to time to avoid any burned parts)
- once the sugar is melted you can turn down the heat and keep it bubbling just a little bit until your pancakes are ready
- mix the oil, sugar, eggs and vanilla essence in a bowl for about 3 minutes
- add the almond milk
- slowly sift the flour, baking powdder, oats into the mixture and stir until smooth
- heat your pan with a little drop of oil and start pancaking 🙂
- It depends from kitchen to kitchen but I let them fry on each side for about 2minutes until slightlly golden and then turn them
- add the toppings and enjo your breakfast
- 100 % lactose free
- 100 % dairy free