Monday, 3 March 2014

Strawberry and Chocolate Chip Pancakes~ Eggless




Soft spongy pancakes that are delicious with luscious strawberries and a drizzle of chocolate and strawberry sauce. 

Preparation time: 5 minutes
Cooking time 10 minutes
Makes 6 mini pancakes

Ingredients:

100 g ground oats
45 g rice flour
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
1/2 teaspoon baking powder
1 tablespoon sugar
1 handful chocolate chips
Enough milk to make a semi-thick mixture (approx 100 ml)
1 tablespoon olive oil to fry with or spray oil

For serving:

6 Strawberries
Chocolate sauce
Strawberry Sauce

Method:

1. Mix the flour, baking powder, baking soda, ground oats and sugar.
2. Add the milk and mix to make a semi-thick mixture, stir in the chocolate chips.
3. Lightly oil a frying pan and set it on medium heat .Using a ladle  spoon the mixture into the frying pan.
3. Wait till bubbles appear and the edge of the pancake starts to lift, now flip the pancake to cook the underside.
4. Pancake is cooked when both sides should are golden brown in  colour.
5. Stack the pancakes I used three per serving (or as high as you like), garnish with sliced strawberries and a squirt of chocolate sauce and strawberry sauce.

Alternatively serve with cream  / ice-cream / jam for a sinful brunch.

This post is a guest Post by Roshni Kanabar.


48 comments:

  1. What a STUNNING pancake recipe and photos! LOVE this! Karen

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  2. i was just sat thinking about pancakes tomorrow deciding what topping to have , you must have read my mind , nom nom excited x

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  3. These look awesome! Lucky me, it's strawberry season here...so I Can load up!

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  4. Yummy! I need to make these!! Thanks so much for sharing Nayna!!!!!

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    1. You are welcome Joan , I hope you enjoy making them.

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  5. Perfect! Just in time for pancake day!!! :)

    Georgie xx

    Life in Loafers

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  6. That photo looks so tempting. I'm making chocolate pancakes tomorrow, but haven't tried choc-chip yet.

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    1. The best bit with chocolate chip is some melt nad some don't whilst cooking you you get a nice chunky bite every now and then.

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  7. This recipe sounds so good! First of all…I love breakfast, especially pancakes. Everything is great with fresh berries too. I have never made pancakes without eggs. This is one recipe I’ll need to try! Thanks for sharing.
    ~ Jodene

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  8. This recipe sounds so good! First of all…I love breakfast, especially pancakes. Everything is great with fresh berries too. I have never made pancakes without eggs. This is one recipe I’ll need to try! Thanks for sharing.
    ~ Jodene

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    1. Jodene I promise you will not miss the egg in them.

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  9. hehe, I have a strawberry allergy - just as well or I might be tempted!

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    1. Fiona for you will make them with mango !!

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  10. Great recipe, bet these pancakes are really fab. GG

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  11. Super delicious! I love pancakes for breakfast, can eat them almost everyday!

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  12. Your picture makes it look so desirable.
    I could really eat them right now!

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  13. These are brilliant. Although I prefer savoury pancakes more than sweet ones, I make an exception for chocolate ones :)

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  14. Yummy stuff - I've added chocolate chips and blueberries - but, haven't tried the oad and rice mix - :)

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    1. You can experiment with other flavours peanut butter nad banana, caramel and berries, Lemon curd and banana or even toffee with apple.The combinations are endless.

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  15. Yummy pictures and it sounds like some yummy recipes.

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  16. How gorgeous do these look? They will be far better than mine!

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    1. They are so easy anyone can make them.

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  17. These look amazing! I can't wait for my pancakes later :)

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  18. ok so i went to the shop to get some toppings for pancakes , living in a village sucks they had no cream, or golden syrup , they had no fruit or anything , having to get the lady who owns it to go get some stock in and wait till later x

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    1. Oh Lisa thats too bad, I hope you get the ingredients to make your pancakes soon. Maybe you can do the country thing where you can knock on a neighbours door to borrow an ingredient or two??

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  19. This is a gorgeous recipe of your pancakes. I love chocolate and strawberries together and what a beautiful picture.

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    1. Thanks Tina, I am trying to work on the food photos after that photo work shop we went to.

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  20. Looks lovely and making me hungry. :-)

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  21. I love your blog and certainly I will try many of your recipes. Unfortunately, I am on a diet at the moment so this was a reminder of what I am missing ;)

    Great blog

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    1. Thanks Liliana but you can try some of the low fat soup recipes and salads they are delicious too.

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  22. They sounds yummy! didn't think of chocolate chip.

    Sophie
    www.pocockins.co.uk

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  23. Mmm, they look lovely.
    Janie x

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  24. These look amazing! I missed out on pancake day, may have to make some at the weekend!

    meimei xx

    www.meimeisays.co.uk

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    1. Pancakes can be eaten any day so make everyday a pancake day :)

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  25. A very wholesome pancake batter with rice flour and ground oats, shall remember this!

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  26. Chocolate chips, now that is a fab idea!

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  27. Lovely Nayna, what a great idea to use the oats and rice flour. Extra protein and all the good things from the oats.

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  28. This looks gorgeous! I can feel your blog becoming my new cook book!
    www.shemightbeloved.com xx

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  29. Eggs are one of the things I always run out of without realising so its great these are egg-free! x

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  30. This recipe will be great for those times I go in to the fridge and discover we have run out of eggs! They sounds delicious!

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  31. We had pancakes the other day, I felt cheeky as it wasn't pancake day! I love pancakes though so I should have more pancake days ... this recipe looks delicious x

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  32. Your pancakes looks really nice! I love them as they are so quick and easy and I love experimenting with different fillings and toppings too! Thank you for this one!

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  33. These look tasty and great for those with egg allergies

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  34. A pancake is not just for Pancake Day, I would have this everyday of the year if I could!!

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  35. Great idea, I always have Cadbury chocolate buttons as a filling in my pancakes- the chocolate melts easily and it is so much easier than faffing with chocolate spread.

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  36. these look amazing, will make them for my vegan friend!

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  37. very tempting photo! I am not a big breakfast person, but may try them for mid afternoon or desert!

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