raisin pancakes

raisin pancakes

Hello everyone! I got back from India yesterday, and am currently getting settled into being back at home. After a relaxing 12 days away, I feel so much more energised and prepared for the new year ahead. I had the most amazing time in Goa, and I’ll be sharing some posts from my travels with you soon!

In the meantime, I have a nice new recipe to share with you. This recipe is one of my favourite comforting breakfast dishes to make. Whenever I’m feeling particularly hungry at breakfast time, I like to make myself some pancakes. And after having a 10 hour flight with lots of travelling yesterday, I managed to work up quite a bit of an appetite, and craved nothing more than these pancakes. So, because of this, I decided it was the perfect time to share this raisin pancake recipe with you!

I like to use my classic pancake batter for this recipe, and then add in a generous portion of raisins. I love cooking with raisins, as they always plump up from the heat and add a nice juicy flavour. After the pancakes have cooked, I simply serve myself a nice plateful of them with a splash of maple syrup and fruit. It’s a fairly quick breakfast to make, and it tastes absolutely delicious! It’s comforting, filling and really prepares you for the day ahead. I hope you like it.

 

raisin pancakes

makes about 12-15 small pancakes

ingredients

1/2 cup (60g) buckwheat flour

1/4 cup (30g) brown rice flour

1/4 cup (25g) tapioca flour

1 tbsp flax seeds + 2 tbsp water

1 1/4 cup + 2tbsp (300 ml) oat milk

3 tbsp coconut sugar – I used Coconut Merchant

1/2 cup (70g) raisins

1/4 tsp cinnamon

1/4 tsp vanilla powder

pinch salt

some vegan spread/coconut oil/oil spray to grease the frying pan

 

method

  1. Firstly make your flax egg by combining the flax seeds and water into a bowl, mixing and setting aside to gel.  Next, pour the buckwheat flour, rice flour, tapioca flour, raisins, coconut sugar, cinnamon, vanilla and salt into a mixing bowl and stir together. Then, scoop the flax egg on top of the flours and pour in the milk. Using a hand whisk, stir all of the ingredients together until the mixture is completely smooth – it should be fairly runny.
  2. Then, place a good quality non-stick pan onto a high heat and add in some oil/spray to grease it. Next, take a large spoonful of the pancake mixture and pour it into the pan (spoon the mixture from the bottom of the bowl, as the raisins will sink into the mixture). Cook on one side for a couple of minutes or so until the mixture begins to cook through, then flip with a spatula, and cook for a further minute or so. Repeat these steps until all of the pancake mixture has been used up. Lastly, serve your pancakes onto plates and top with some fresh fruit and maple syrup to finish.

 

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30 comments:

  1. Welcome back Harriet! I love how raisins plump up too when heated and I bet these pancakes are super tasty and filling! I’ve yet to use tapioca flour in pancakes and I am intrigued indeed.
    I cannot wait to read your posts about Goa – I’ve been seeing some of your pictures on FB and it looks like you had a well deserved wonderful time there – glad you are back though! 🙂

  2. I absolutely adore raisins! I think they should be in everything breakfasty, but heck I could just eat them by the handful too! Raisin pancakes are a fantastic idea, kinda like eating a giant cinnamon raisin cookie for breakfast 🙂 Hope your trip was amazing, can’t wait to read all about it!

  3. Welcome back, Harriet!! So glad you had a wonderful time in India! I hope you share pictures! Pancakes are one of my weaknesses and yours look wonderful! LOVE the addition of raisins – SO clever! I could devour a few stacks of these fluffy beauties! Cheers, doll – to a fabulous weekend! xo

  4. These do look like the perfect post-flight meal – something warming, comforting, sweet and yet still reasonably healthy is always what I crave after sitting for hours in transit. The shower always comes first though haha!! Can’t wait to hear all about your trip to India (and see lots of photos I hope!). Will be trying these pancakes these holidays too, thanks girl! x

  5. Gosh I missed this post, so sorry! I loved seeing all of your pics on Facebook! You had such a fabulous time. I love these pancakes too, they look so easy to make and just delicious! Such a wonderful recipe Harriet!

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