A fun, fruity and healthy breakfast, ready in just minutes!
We are in recovery week after Sam’s 4th birthday party, well I am in recovery week, Sam is in ‘getting up super early to play with his new toys week’. I tend to go a bit overboard with kid’s parties and spend the week beforehand pretty much just cooking and prepping in the kitchen and the week following spending as little time in the kitchen as possible. Luckily it is nice and warm here as dinners have basically been leftover over fruit and veg salads with pulled pork from the party. Just cutting and reheating has been the limit to my efforts so far this week.
These pancakes were the perfect way to use up some of the leftover cut up fruit from the party. I always use the same recipe for my pancakes and it is the easiest one ever! 1 + 1 + 1 = pancakes……
fruit & yoghurt pancakes
1 cup flour (plain for thin, SR for fluffy)
1 cup milk (cows, almond, soy all work)
natural yoghurt for topping
a selection of fruit for topping eg;
Whisk together the flour, milk and egg. I like to use a food processor, or you can do by hand. It is good to let the mixture sit for 30mins in the fridge (but not essential if you have hungry kids).
Add a little oil or butter to a fry pan over med high heat and add tbsp of mixture, then flip when the top starts to bubble, cook for a further minute on the other side, then it’s done.
Top with a spoonful of yoghurt, sliced fruit, maple syrup, crushed nuts, coconut or whatever you have on hand!