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Tuesday 9 February 2016


 It is finally Pancake Day and quite easily one of my favourite days of the year. I personally indulge in pancakes all year round but I like to go that extra mile on Pancake Day and today is no exception. The pancakes you are looking at are actually the ones I had for breakfast this morning and I have to tell you, this is possibly my favourite topping combination yet! 

Blueberry pancakes have always been a firm fave but this time I decided to pimp my pancakes out a little bit with help from some delicious blueberry compote, layers of blueberry natural yoghurt and a drizzle of honey. If you are looking at these pancakes thinking yep, that's what I want for dinner today you are in luck as I have included the recipe down below for you. 

For the pancakes: 3 eggs, 115g plain flour, 1 TSP baking powder, 140ml milk and a pinch of salt.
For the compote: 2 cups frozen blueberries, 3 TBSP water, 1/4 cup sugar and 2 TSP of lemon juice. 
You will also need some honey and Liberte blueberry yoghurt to layer between each pancake. 

Lets begin with the pancakes. Start by separating the eggs. Once your eggs are separated you need to add a pinch of salt to the egg whites and then whisk until white and fluffy, I recommend using an electric mixer for this just to make the process a little easier. Next you need to combine the egg yolks, flour, baking powder and milk and mix into a thick batter. Now fold the egg whites into the batter - making sure not to knock out all of the air you created whisking them! Once your batter is complete heat up a frying pan with a little oil and use a large spoon to create even pancakes. Once air bubbles start to form in the pancakes they are ready to flip and then just need cooking for a further few minutes before serving. 

Now we go onto the blueberry compote. Simply combine 1 cup of frozen blueberries, water, sugar and lemon juice in a small saucepan. Cook over a medium heat for 10 minutes before adding in the other cup of blueberries and cooking for a further 8 minutes, make sure to stir frequently. 

Finally start stacking your pancakes with a layer of yoghurt in between each layer. Once you get to the top cover with a large helping of blueberry compote before drizzling a little honey for extra sweetness. 

I honestly cannot express to you in words just how good these pancakes are. With the addition the of thick creamy blueberry yoghurt and the delicious blueberry compote you are in for a serious treat with these bad boys. I hope that you enjoy and as always if you do try this recipe out for yourself let me know your thoughts or tweet me a photo @ladylikelen


  1. I am so hungry now! Going to have to go and get some blueberries so I can make these, they look incredible.

    Kathryn | Kath and Cake

    1. Do it! You're in for a treat even if I do say so myself, haha :) x

  2. this blueberry topping has just the right amount of runnyness!!!


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