Last weekend I asked Twitter for an easy pancake recipe. Jessica and Shirley came to my rescue. I couldnt decide which recipe to use so a merged the two together and it was yummy!!!
What you will need:
1 x cup flour
1 x cup milk
1/4 x cup sugar
1 x tablespoon oil
1 x egg
2 x teaspoon baking powder
Heavy frying pan
What to do:
Mix all ingredients together so that there are no lumps or bumps.
Transfer mixture to a pouring jug.
Spray&Cook the frying pan and set to a medium to high heat.
Pour in crumpet sized or larger sized amounts of batter.
Wait until the batter starts to bubble before turning over.
Leave for a minute or two and transfer from the pan to a plate.
I leave the plate in the oven on a very low heat to keep them warm.
Tonight we are having pancakes with Neapolitan ice cream, strawberries and blueberries.
Im also doubling this recipe cause they were so yummy last time 🙂
I have to thank my mommy-in-law for this one!
What you will need:
1 x box/packet vanilla cake mix (I use Moirs)
1 x instant vanilla pudding (again Moirs but any brand will do)
4 x large eggs
3/4 cup water
3/4 cup oil
1 x mixing bowl
1 x Pirex or glass dish (oblong bakes more evenly than round)
1 x cup sifted icing sugar
4 tablespoons lemon juice
1 measuring jug
How to make the cake:
Heat the oven to 180C
Pour dry cake mix and dry pudding into the mixing bowl, add the 4 eggs, add the water and oil.
Mix until smooth and there are no lumps.
Oil/butter/Spray&Cook your glass dish.
Pour batter into dish and bake at 180C for about half an hour.
Cake should be brown and springy to the touch.
While the cake is baking, sift the icing sugar into the measuring cup and add about 4 tablespoons of lemon juice and mix.
The mixture shouldn’t be too runny.
As soon as you take the cake out the oven pour the icing over the cake and spread it around so that it covers the whole cake.
The cake can be eaten hot with custard or ice cream or if you prefer a cool cake, I suggest you make the cake a day before and let the icing sink into the flesh of the cake, this makes it sticky and gooey all the way through.
An alternative to vanilla and lemon is chocolate and orange. Substitute chocolate cake mix and chocolate pudding for the vanilla and use orange juice instead of lemon (be sure to strain the orange juice so it is clear and free of any pulp).
Being Brazen is holding yet another fantastic, right-up-my-alley giveaway!
All I have to do is tell her my favourite kind of chocolate. Easy hey?
I LOVE chocolate, especially expensive hand made types.
In no particular order these are the choccies I wouldn’t say no to:
- Lindt 70%
- Lindt 85%
- Lindt Chilli
- Lindt Sea Salt
- Any and all dark chocolate
- Good old plain Cadbury Dairy Milk
- Top Deck
- Lindt Creme Brulee (at R45 a slab)
- I also love Nutella Chocolate Spread, I know, not technically a chocolate but come on! Its sinful!
I posted some photos of cookies and the birthday cake on Posterous.
Check them out here and here.
We are spending our braai day with friends. How are you celebrating our heritage?