Honey and sparkling water pancakes

So easy that kids can whip this up themselves to treat mums on mother’s day.

SERVES 8
TIME TO MAKE 5 - 15 mins
MEAL TYPE Breakfast
SERVES 8
TIME TO MAKE 5 - 15 mins
MEAL TYPE Breakfast

Method

  1. Sift flour into a large bowl or jug. Make a well in the centre and crack both eggs into the flour.  Add the honey. Mix with a whisk gently drawing flour in from the sides.
  2. When mixture begins to become a ball add sparkling water a little at a time, stirring constantly. Continue to add enough sparkling water to make a thick yet runny batter. 
  3. Heat a large non-stick frying pan and spray with cooking oil. Pour a small amount of mixture into the pan, swirl to ensure mixture is even across the bottom of the pan (size of the pancakes is up to the individual). When small bubbles form in the top of the mixture flip over to cook the other side. When the second side is cooked remove to a plate and keep warm. Continue with remainder of mixture.

Tip

Toppings for pancakes are endless but my favourite is lemon and honey with lots of fresh fruit.

 

Thanks to Hayleyanise your food for sharing this recipe with us.

  • 2 cups
    wholemeal flour
  • eggs
  • 1 tbsp
    liquid honey
  • ½ cup
    sparkling water
  • ½ 
    lemon, zest
Per Per serve
  • Energy
    993kj
  • Saturated Fat
    0.7g
  • Total Carbohydrate
    42g
  • Sugars
    4.8g
  • Total Fat
    6g
  • Sodium
    37mg

Method

  1. Sift flour into a large bowl or jug. Make a well in the centre and crack both eggs into the flour.  Add the honey. Mix with a whisk gently drawing flour in from the sides.
  2. When mixture begins to become a ball add sparkling water a little at a time, stirring constantly. Continue to add enough sparkling water to make a thick yet runny batter. 
  3. Heat a large non-stick frying pan and spray with cooking oil. Pour a small amount of mixture into the pan, swirl to ensure mixture is even across the bottom of the pan (size of the pancakes is up to the individual). When small bubbles form in the top of the mixture flip over to cook the other side. When the second side is cooked remove to a plate and keep warm. Continue with remainder of mixture.

Tip

Toppings for pancakes are endless but my favourite is lemon and honey with lots of fresh fruit.

 

Thanks to Hayleyanise your food for sharing this recipe with us.