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Thursday, 6 December 2012

Sugar and Spice, Everything Nice

Sugar and spice. everything nice..that's what I am made of, hahahaha! So the rhyme goes! Anyway, this is what these pancakes are made of and they are more than nice!

Cold weathers (unfortunately it's just rain not snow that we get over here in the tropics)seems to be great for pancakes, and the addition of apples gives it a nice yuletide appeal (maybe it's just me and my growing christmas and holiday season mood).

This is the other side of the pancake where the apples case you are wondering where they are :) 

These pancakes were inspired by Gghie, The Red Apron.  I used my favorite yogurt pancake recipe though.


Apple Fillings
Source : The Red Apron

  • 1 cup shredded apples
  • 3 tbsp brown sugar
  • 2 teaspoon mixed spice

1. Mix shredded apples, sugar and spice in a small bowl.
2. Cook the mixture in a small pan for around 5 minutes until apples are soften.
3. Set aside.

Source : Nestle Yogurt Recipes Collection

  • 150g sifted plain flour
  • 3 tbsp sugar
  • 3 tsp baking powder
  • 1 large egg, lightly beaten
  • 150ml water
  • 100g yogurt
  • 1 tsp cooking oil

  1. Mix ingredients A in a bowl.
  2. Stir in ingredients B to form smooth and thick batter.  Do not overmix.
  3. Heat and greased a non-stick frying pan with some butter.
  4. Use around 1/4 cup batter for each pancake.
  5. Sprinkle some apple mixture on top of pancake.
  6. Turn pancake over when bubbles rise and burst.    


Hi, I'm coming over for breakfast. Make mine with extra filling. LOL Your pancake sure look very appetizing and very well done. I like the first picture, the pancake so puffy and spongy. :)

Have a lovely day ahead.

Hi Amelia, i would love to have you over for breakfast :) Thanks for dropping by so early in the morning! You have a good day too!

How nice! I love pancakes, but nobody will make this for me except myself LOL. Will bookmark this for a nice breakfast one day, thanks Adeline.

yeah, before i saw the 2nd picture, i thought the apples are hidden inside the pancakes! ha! but i like how you took the picture of the pancakes in the first picture. looks very spongy. I remember i read in someone's blog using yogurt in pancakes and leaving the batter overnight will also create very fluffy pancakes, not sure if it will work in this recipe but thot that might interests you:)

@Esther: Thanks for dropping by, like you how i wish there's someone to do the serving once in awhile, don't we?
@Lena: Thanks for the tip, will search around to find out more.

Those pancakes look fantastic ! Love how fluffy they are . I'ts 11°C in this side of the world and these delicious pancakes with hot coffee will be great to have for breakfast :D

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