Pancakes. They remind me of my late grandma and long breakfasts on Sundays.
However as I have gotten older these delicious breakfast treats have gone by the way side- and I’m desperate to change that.

Last week I met up with the lovely Trish White from Port Willunga Fine Foods. We chatted about her gourmet food brand and I was suprised with the most delicious Gluten Free Pancakes. She topped them with her Native Muntrie Apple berries and syrup and a dollop of Jalna Yoghurt. They were light, fluffy and the balance between the yoghurt and sweet berries was perfection. So this pancake recipe is inspired by Trish, and is best served with her apple berries.

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Gluten Free Pancakes with Apple Berries and Native Muntrie Apple berry Syrup

Ingredients

1 cup of Jalna Yoghurt (you can use any yoghurt, but this one is super creamy)
1 cup of Gluten Free Self Raising Flour
2 eggs
1 vanilla bean pod (optional)
1/4 cup of milk (may need extra to change consistency)
Port Willunga Fine Foods Native Muntrie Apple Berry Syrup
Port Willunga Fine Foods Native Muntrie Apple Berries
Extra yoghurt for serving

Method

Place one cup of yoghurt into a mixing bowl.
Add eggs and milk. Mix so well combined.
Add Gluten Free Self Raising Four.
If you wish to use vanilla bean, cut pod in half and scrape out vanilla from the inside. Place into bowl.
Mix flour and wet ingredients together with a wooden spoon.
Place a pan on the cooktop on a medium heat. Spray lightly with olive oil. Spoon pancake mixture onto pan.
Cook pancakes until one side starts bubbling or is slightly golden brown, then flip. Repeat until pancakes are cooked.
Stack and serve with a big dollop of yoghurt and drizzle a generous amount of Port Willunga Fine Foods Native Muntrie Apple Berry Syrup. Add some extra berries from the separate tub.
Enjoy!

**Big thanks to Port Willunga Fine Foods for supplying me with the Native Muntrie Apple Berries and Syrup for this recipe. Although supplied with these products, all opinions about these products are honest and remain my own**

Written by Jess

2 Comments

john Morgan

these look so yummy Jess, and you are right, they remind me of my Grandmothers cooking too, great find and keep up the good work, love it all.

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