So as part of some of my leftovers from last night’s dinner, came this very divine meal this morning! My day simply cannot start well unless I have eaten well. And this breakfast made me smile this morning. Green pancakes are so easy and you can use basically any green leaves you have in the fridge. Should you wish, this batter can also be used for wraps with your choice of filling!
Recipe yields about 6 pancakes but whatever is not used can be kept in the fridge for tomorrow. And I only used my blender to combine everything!
I served my pancakes with mushrooms, tomatoes, a soft egg and a few rocket leaves but this is where you can be creative…
1 Large egg
1 Cup milk
1 Tbs Melted butter
1 Cup all purpose flour
1 Tsp Baking powder
1/2 Tsp Bicarbonate of soda
Rocket (or your choice of leaf)
Add the egg, milk and butter to the blender and give it a quick blend until mixed. Add the dry ingredients and rocket to the blender and give it a good blend until well combined and smooth, being careful not to over-mix the mixture.
Heat oil in a skillet and spray the side with non-stick spray. Gently pour some batter into your skillet, tilt to spread it out, and wait until bubbles form on the surface. Turn the pancake over and cook for a further minute.