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Pancake Puff with Fresh Berries

26 Feb

Pancake Puff with Fresh Berries


Berry Topping:

2 cups to 3 cups (any combination) fresh berries, such as raspberries, blueberries, blackberries or hulled sliced strawberries

sprinkle of powdered sugar


3 tablespoons butter melted, divided

1 cup milk

6 eggs

1 cup all-purpose flour

½ teaspoon salt

2 tablespoons powder sugar


Preheat oven to 450° F. For berry topping, gently stir together berries and sprinkle on some powdered sugar and mix; set aside. For pancake, use a pastry brush to coat a pie pan with butter.

In a bowl, combine milk, eggs and remaining 2 tablespoons butter whisk. Slowly whisk in combined flour and salt until egg mixture is smooth. Pour batter into baker.

Bake 13 minutes. Reduce over temperature to 350° F. and continue baking 15-17 minutes or until sides are crisp and golden brown. Remove pancake from oven; immediately sprinkle with powdered sugar.









Fill center with berry topping.









Cut into wedges and serve immediately.

~Inspired by Pampered Chef

Gluten-Free Valentine’s Day Breakfast

26 Jan

Gluten-Free Valentine’s Day Breakfast

I know this is no original idea or anything and you have probably seen this before (or something like it), but I thought I would post it and let you know where you can find the items.


1 batch of Bob’s Red Mill Gluten-Free Pancake Mix
made with almond milk and coconut oil

You can find the Mix here:


You can find the heart molds here:


Heat your griddle and spray with your oil of choice.
Spray the heart molds also.

Pour your batter into the hot molds that are on the griddle while firmly pressing down on the mold so nothing seeps out. If some batter seeps out just use a spoon to gently remove whatever escaped the mold. ;o) You can flip it when you see it starting to get real hot. A good sign is a small bubble or two. Just remove the mold and flip! ;o)









Same for the eggs. Do the same thing as the pancakes but sprinkle with salt and pepper.


















Slice up some berries.

This is not hard at all. The girls loved making these with me this morning.

Here is Evie’s:

















Here is Lottie’s: