Doesn’t this look nice?
A couple of pointers:
- In a trend I can’t seem to break with 1-pan baked pancakes, the bottom of mine burned a little. The burnt pieces weren’t so bad and the whole pancake still got eaten, but still…ONE DAY I WILL NOT BURN A 1-PAN BAKED PANCAKE…today just wasn’t that day. In any case, just make sure your pan isn’t too hot during the stove-top part and that should help prevent burning.
- The general consensus was that the pancakes were a bit wet. I think I may not have drained my fruit enough, and some of their residual wetness may have soggied-up the pancakes…so yeah, make sure your fruit is nice and dry…maybe even give them a pat with a paper towel.
All in all, these pancakes were pretty
god* good and I’ll probably remake them for breakfast. They have an eggy-souffle-y taste and texture that pairs really well with the fruit. Speaking of which, make sure you use fruit with a bit of tartness to balance out the honey sweetness. Divided three ways, and with the leftover fruit, this pancake makes a very satisfying breakfast indeed – Pooh Bear would definitely approve and that’s all that counts right?
(a satisfying breakfast)
3.75 out of 5 stackies:
*that was just a typo that I left in…I thought it was sort of funny. Freudian slip? Maybe I like these pancakes more than I thought…