Wednesday, 26 February 2020

Mini Dutch Pancakes stuffed with Nutella

Mini Nutella Stuffed Pancakes



These bite size treats were delicious and perfect for any occasion. Remember everyone pancakes are for life not just for pancake day. They are traditionally called Ebelskivers and are often seen at christmas fairs, or small kiosk in shopping centres.

I filled mine with nutella, but you could use anything. Jam, fresh fruits, lotus, peanut butter. They would also be great for baby led weaning, although I would half the recipe amount, and remove the sugar, maybe replacing it with a 1/4 of banana instead for natural sweetness.

They are best eaten warm, which to be honest is not really an issue as they will disappear very quickly from your kitchen worktop. The biggest problem is making sure they are cooled down enough to bite into.

This recipe makes around 24/28 pancakes and you do need my special appa pan which I have blogged about before.






 It can be purchased from amazon and I use it lots to make small treats, because lets face it everything tastes better when it looks cute.


Ingredients


2 Eggs - Yolks and Whites seperated
250ml of Whole Milk
15g of Unsalted butter melted
150g Plain Flour
1/2 tsp Baking Powder
2 Tbsp Caster Sugar
Pinch of Salt
Spray Oil
Nutella - around 5tbsp
20g of Icing Sugar

Method


1. Seperate your eggs into yolks and egg whites, place the egg white bowl into the fridge.
2.To the egg yolks, whisk in the milk and butter until combined.
3.Mix together the flour, sugar, salt and baking powder and form a well in the centre.
4.Pour in egg yolk mixture into flour mix and whisk together until no lumps remain.
5.Remove egg whites from fridge and whisk until soft peaks form.
6.Gently combine two mixtures together trying to keep as much air in as possible.
7.Heat up appa pan on a medium heat and spray with cooking oil.
8.Add just under a tablespoon to each mold, around 3/4 full, top with a small dollop of nutella, cover nutella with more mixture until molds are full.
9.Cook for around 3/4 minutes until bubbles appear on top, fill over using a chopstick and cook on other side for a further 2 minutes.
10. Remove from pan and dust with icing sugar.






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