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Baked Pancake Bites Recipe

If you are a regular reader of my recipes you will know that I love simple baking. This recipe is no exception. It actually ticks three very big boxes for me.
  1. Its quick and easy.
  2. You can have some fun an be creative with it, which is also great when you're baking with kids.
  3. It has no sugar in it so I am able to share the healthier ones with my baby girl who I am keeping free of refined sugar during the weaning process.

And they are pancakes. Who doesn't love pancakes? These are not your typical pancakes and are actually baked in muffin tins. This cuts out all the energy you would normally spend getting the heat right on the pan, cooking in batches, flipping and trying to get the perfect golden colour on each side.



The fun part comes with how you want to customise these pancakes. They are great by themselves and can be topped with maple syrup, jam, yoghurt etc. Or you may want to spruce them up and add a little more flavour. Once the pancake batter is poured into the muffin tins you can add whatever your heart desires. For this batch I kept 3 plain, 3 stuffed with blueberries, 3 topped with extra lemon rind, brown sugar and coconut and 3 filled with apple puree. 





Baked Pancake Bites

Prep time: 10 minutes
Cook time: 15 minutes
Makes: 12

Ingredients
  • 150g plain flour (sifted)
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder
  • 1 egg
  • pinch of salt
  • 240ml milk
  • 10g melted butter
  • 1 teaspoon lemon rind
Cooking Directions
  1. Coat 12 hole muffin tin with non stick spray. Preheat oven to 180 degrees.
  2. Combine all dry ingredients, beat in the egg and milk. Add milk slowly and make sure the batter is smooth. Whisk in butter and lemon rind.
  3. Pour batter into a large jug (this makes it easier to get the batter evenly into the muffin tin). Evenly pour pancake batter in the muffin holes. You can bake plain or at this point add whatever fillings and toppings you desire.
  4. Bake in the oven for approximately 15 minutes until slightly browned on top. Check on the pancakes regularly so you don't overcook them.
  5. Allow to cool slightly and use a knife to slide out. Best served fresh and warm but will stay good in refrigerator for 2-3 days.   





Enjoy!

K x

K x

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19 comments

  1. I must be the only person in the world who doesn't like pancakes (strange I know), but my little boy would adore these!

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    1. Oh wow! I was going to write in this post, who doesn't love pancakes? I'm sure you could find a topping that you would enjoy. It's definitely a great one for the kiddies x

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  2. These look yummy what a great idea :) x

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    1. They are so yummy! If I don't say so myself ha x

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  3. Fab idea and so simple too - easier than a frying pan.

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    1. Yes! I love making traditional pancakes but they do take time to fry. These ones are perfect for whipping up a quick morning breakfast x

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  4. These sound delicious, i wonder if peanut butter would work too.
    xxx
    Lyndsey
    www.labeau.co.uk

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  5. Yes, peanut butter would work. I haven't tried them but someone contacted me today who made them this afternoon using peanut butter and she said they were delicious. I'm going to have to try them x

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  6. These would make great lunchbox snacks! #foodpornthursday

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    1. They sure are. They keep in the fridge and can even be frozen too x

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  7. Ok, love this idea. I love pancakes but hate making them - I never get the heat right/never flip in time/etc.etc.etc. These seem so simple and yummy! Definitely going to try and think I may do them with raspberries!

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    1. I often have a fight with the frying pan too especially when trying to 'quickly' make pancakes. That's why I love this recipe x

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    2. They are great with raspberries too x

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  8. OOh these look amazing for breakfast or desert, definitely trying them this weekend! #FoodPornThursday

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    1. They sure are. Hope you enjoy them x

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  9. I can't wait to make these for breakfast. I am thinking on Sunday for Father's Day. Thanks so much for sharing this great recipe with us at #foodpornthursdays.

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  10. This is the perfect Fathers Day breakfast recipe. We were going to make them today but woke up late and by then daddy had already had his breakfast. Oppps x

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    1. They are so great for lunch boxes and for being on the go. I make them all the time. This weeks batch was cheese and tomato, peanut butter and cinnamon, strawberry and lemon and coconut x

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