26/02/2016

Little Appetites #3 Mini Pancake Muffins

Hi everybody and welcome back to Little Appetites! I hope you all had a great week, mines been super busy with working alot more than usual. I feel so out of whack with my whole routine of housework and with Penny. How do any of you working mums deal with this?! I'm failing here haha!

How can we be on week 3 of Little Appetites already! That's absolutely crazy to say. We seem to be doing so well and had a great week 2. I found so many great recipes to cook and bake with Penelope, I hope you did too. Maybe you've been inspired to try one or two of them yourselves.

Pancake Day has been and gone...It tends to fly by being only a one day holiday, hello, this is wrong!!! In my opinion I didn't manage to squeeze anywhere near enough pancakes into my belly. So to solve this problem I decided my choice of baking this week would be 'Mini Pancake Muffins'. Have you ever tried making these? They are super easy and Penelope managed to get involved alot in making them this week.


Ingredients:
1 Cup flour
1/4 Tea spoon baking soda
1/2 Tea spoon salt
1 Cup milk
1 Table spoon lemon juice
2 Table spoons vegetable oil
1 Large egg
Optional: 2 Table spoons sugar (I didn't use this)

Toppings:
White chocolate & milk chocolate chips
Raspberries
Blueberries
Cranberries

You will need:
Muffin tray
Mixing bowl
Measuring jug
Mixing spoons/spatulas
Whisk

Method:
Preheat oven to 170'C
Add your flour into the mixing bowl, and also add your salt & baking soda.
Mix well to ensure all is evenly contributed.
Crack your egg into the measuring jug and whisk
Add your vegetable oil, lemon juice, and milk into the measuring jug, then mix together.
Once stirred, pour the wet ingredients in with the dry ingredients, mix until combined.
Pour the mixture from the mixing bowl back into the measuring jug as this will help with the pouring of the mix into the muffin tray segments.
Add your toppings on top of each segment.
Once your happy with the toppings, put the tray into the oven for 10-12 minutes.
Let cool for 10 minutes.
Best served warm & with a little bit of maple syrup.



This recipe is great for breakfast alternatives, and even great for snacks or even lunches.

You can of course alternate your toppings to make them different each time!

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18 comments:

  1. They sound amazing! We're rubbish when it comes to pancakes - we literally only eat them one day a year!

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    1. Oh you should 100% try these they are so easy lovely x

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  2. These look so good - my littles would love them. Great linky idea too!

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    1. Thankyou Rebecca glad you like them , would be great to see you link up this week!? x

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  3. Yummy!! So easy and great for the little ones to help with too! x

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    1. You could do endless topping ideas, we are making them again this week, i might make banana and chocolate this time x

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  4. These look deeeeelish! I've just been saying that I must join in with some linkys so I will have to get involved with this one! H x

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    1. We would love to have you joining in, we go live tomorrow so maybe get some baking in over the weekend and come back to us x

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  5. They look and sound delicious, I'd love to try them out

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    1. Oh i recommend them completely so easy to make, and of course very tasty x

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  6. These look so yummy, definitely going to be making them myself. xx

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    1. You should they are scrummy, we are going to try banana and chocolate chip ones this weekend x

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  7. these look really yummy! I will definitly be trying these, they look perfect for a treat at breakfast

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    1. Oh yes they are awesome easy breakfast makes, even just for adults not just children. Dress them with some more fruit and some maple syrup and your ready to go x

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  8. These look delicious! I might give these a try with my nephew, he would love them :)

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    1. I'm sure your nephew would love these lovely, they are super quick to make. My penny loves them x

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    1. They taste just as good as they sound, 100% recommend trying them x

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