Pancakes are the perfect dessert that almost everyone loves. But they’re not just for enjoying with your afternoon coffee. You can also treat yourself to them during a weekend breakfast or brunch when you’re craving something sweet. One great thing about them is that there are many variations and ways to prepare pancakes. Depending on your time and skills, you can choose the ideal version for the occasion. An added bonus is that they can be flavoured with many ingredients. This way, everyone can enjoy them exactly as they like.

How to prepare pancakes?

If you have more time on your hands, you can try making yeast pancakes. We recommend preparing the dough before you get hungry so that you don’t have to wait with a growling stomach until it’s ready. Rising takes its time, but the result in the form of the fluffiest pancakes is definitely worth it. 

If you don’t feel like waiting, we recommend opting for no-yeast pancakes, where the dough is usually ready for pancake making right away. Great choices include kefir, banana, pumpkin, or protein pancakes. These recipes require only that you mix a few ingredients, and you can start frying up some golden pancakes.

If you want to simplify the whole preparation process as much as possible, we also have a ready-made pancake mix for you. It offers a great and nutritionally balanced ingredient profile. Plus, you practically don’t need to add anything extra to it. Just mix it together with water or milk, and you’re all set to make some pancakes.

What to serve with pancakes?

If you’re a fan of fluffy American pancakes, then we recommend serving them with crispy bacon and maple syrup or honey. Although it might sound like a wild combination, don’t let prejudices hold you back, and try this pairing with your own taste buds. You definitely won’t regret it.

However, if you’re more conservative, then we suggest sticking to the classics like jam, jelly, quark, yoghurt, spreads, or nut butter. However, pancakes also taste great when topped with chocolate or ZERO syrups, which are suitable even for those on a diet.

Of course, when serving pancakes, fruit should not be missing. You can opt for fresh, frozen, or try freeze-dried fruit, which underwent the process of lyophilization to retain both its flavour and nutritional content. Last but not least, if you’d like to enrich your sweet treats with a crunchy element, try adding a handful of nuts or perhaps chia or other seeds.

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