The hail and hearty love their pancakes.
And the perfect way to get them into your mouth is just with that dollop of fresh cream, fruits and the ever so amazing maple syrup! Though, for them who love to explore there’s no complaining. There are actually quite many ways of doing your pancake toppings. And here’s some delish ways you can achieve that:
Balance is key even when you want to get a tad bit indulgent. And to top the list of something that could go on as a healthy topping on your stack of pancakes, there are actually too many options to consider. These are goji berries; toasted flaked almonds; yoghurt; seeds; blueberries; sliced banana; a drizzle of manuka honey; a dusting of cacao or even matcha powder.
Try something new? Toss together rhubarb, strawberries, honey, vanilla and butter in a baking dish and roast to get a sweet sticky pancake topping. Best paired with almond blueberry pancakes.
Figs & Dates
Oh, we do love figs and combined with sticky dates - this is one topping slated for food porn! They best go with cinnamon and orange-flavoured pancakes as these flavours just bring out the warm notes perfectly right.
Peaches & Cream
Sounds perfect. A classic pairing that’ll never go wrong with pancakes
Raspberries & Pistachios
Fresh raspberries, loads of creme fraiche and chopped pistachios to add some crunch. Go perfectly well with ricotta pancakes.
Some for the frosting to soak up your pancakes. Along with bits of marshmallow for each bite.
This one’s a winner of a housemade recipe - the plain, simple recipe of making a sauce with fresh raspberries, sugar and lime juice.
Spinach and Mushroom
Spinach, mushroom topped with creme fraiche and olive oil. Yum. These make the plainest savoury pancakes exciting!
Banana, Honey and Nuts
Nothing can wrong with Banana and honey. Add some pecan and walnuts and these make for the most wholesome variety.
Honey whipped cream
Tired of same old whipped cream? Whip up some with a touch of honey next time. Top your moist, spongy ricotta cheese pancakes with them. The green tea ricotta variety also goes well with this one.