Pancakes with Lavender and Maple Syrup for Breakfast

Pancakes I know from childhood. But my mom did the pancake German style which is much more a real cake. High and filled with apples. Then in the end you put sugar on it too. It was a huge meal and she made pancakes very often. They are easy, fast and not really messy.

Years later when I already lived in Italy I remembered my mom’s pancakes and wanted to give them a try, if Italian people (the family I lived with at that time) like that. They didn’t really.

So, what did I do? I switched to ‘rustic’ and instead of apples I put cheese and prosciutto in the pancake. Oh my, that was the recipe of the year! They loved it and ever since then I made the pancake that way.

Now I still make sometimes pancakes, mainly for breakfast. They are not anymore the ‘rustic’ or savory style but often also sweet, just with some jam on it.

Today I want to give you my recipe for pancakes. You can make them both ways, savory or sweet. I recommend preparing the ingredients you would like to put in the pancake as when you have the batter already in the pan it is getting solid very fast and there is no way anymore to incorporate the cheese and/or prosciutto or apple pieces.

I made my pancakes this time with lavender out of my garden. It gives a little different taste, but not too much you would not like it anymore. I topped them with pure maple syrup.

If you have a yard or garden, go and look for any other herb or addable flowers and experiment.





Enjoy it!

Paleo pancakes
Pancake with Lavender
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Servings Prep Time
8 pancakes 10 minutes
Cook Time
2 minutes each
Servings Prep Time
8 pancakes 10 minutes
Cook Time
2 minutes each
Paleo pancakes
Pancake with Lavender
Print Recipe
Servings Prep Time
8 pancakes 10 minutes
Cook Time
2 minutes each
Servings Prep Time
8 pancakes 10 minutes
Cook Time
2 minutes each
Ingredients
Dry ingredients:
Wet ingredients:
Servings: pancakes
Instructions
  1. In a bowl put all the dry ingredients and mix well. Then add one after the other the eggs, the vanilla and the milk. Stir continuously until all is well combined.
  2. Take a small pan and put 1 ladle of the batter. Let the pancake get golden on moderate heat. With a spatula flip the pancake on the other side and let it get golden again. Transfer the pancake on a dish and let it cool a little. Meanwhile prepare the next pancake.
  3. When all are done put some maple syrup on the top and enjoy!
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