How to Make Blackberry Pancakes

by Ediz Aldatmaz

This guide will show you how to make Blackberry Pancakes. it's mainly for breakfast and is a great source of calcium and folate. It's a great way to start a day with a delicious and healthy breakfast!

Supplies

  • 1 cup of Full cream Milk
  • 1/2 cup of Low fat Milk
  • 1 cup Wholemeal self raising flour
  • 430g of Blackberries
  • 2 teaspoons of Brown sugar Sugar
  • 1 Egg (lightly beaten)
  • Canola cooking spray
  • Instructions

    Step 1

    This is all the ingredients you should need to make this meal. From the left: •Whole meal self raising flour. •Blackberries. •Canola cooking spray. •Full cream milk. •Low fat milk •Brown sugar. •egg.

    Step 2

    Sift 1 cup of flour into the bowl.

    Step 3

    Put 2 teaspoons of sugar into sifter and sift into bowl.

    Step 4

    Return husks to bowl.

    Step 5

    Poor in 1/2 cup of low fat milk and 1 cup of full cream milk into bowl.

    Step 6

    Put egg into bowl.

    Step 7

    stir in combined milks and egg to make a smooth batter.

    Step 8

    Put 430g of blackberries into to bowl and gently fold them into mixture.... Let the mixture sit for 15 minutes for it to thicken before moving onto the next step.

    Step 9

    Spray a non-stick frypan with canola oil spray.

    Step 10

    Heat up the pan then Poor 1/3 cup of mixture onto it.

    Step 11

    Cook in medium heat. When bubbles start to appear as shown above, flip the pancake over.

    Step 12

    Cook until it looks golden as shown above. Remove from pan and keep warm. Repeat steps 9, 10, 11 and 12 with the remainder of the mixture.

    Step 13

    Fruits like blueberries, bananas, strawberries ect can be used as something on the side or on top in the finished meal. Add any type of syrups or honey to serve.

    Step 14

    If all steps 1-13 are followed, by now you should have finished your meal. Hope you enjoy your blackberry pancakes!

    Step 15

    Nutritional facts- •Weight (g)- 286.70g •Energy (KJ)- 1597.45 kj •Total fat (g)- 8.83g •Cholesterol (mg)- 53.70mg •Sugars (g)- 15.83g •Vitamin C (mg)- 41.18mg Continue Next page-->

    Step 16

    •Total Folate (ug)- 87.93ug •Calcium (mg)- 12.76mg •Iron (mg)- 2.61mg •Zinc (mg)- 1.60mg.

    Step 17

    This meal differs from my usual breakfast because I usually eat medium sugar cereals. This meal contains brown sugar and whole meal flour. It's also a good and healthy way to start my day for school.

    Step 18

    I learned that canola oil spray is a great way to use less oil when you're cooking. I also learned I had to heat the pan before I pored the mixture in.

    Step 19

    I learned that whole meal flour is a better alternative to white flour and that brown sugar is healthier than white sugar.

    Step 20

    The finished product look fantastic and tastes just as good as it looks! I felt very proud when I saw the finished meal.