Pancake with cinnamon butter sugar swirl. Crisp on the outside, soft and sweet on the inside. No syrup needed, these pancakes are easy to make and they tastes awesome! Simple pancake recipe great for holiday/ weekend breakfast.
There are 2 ways to serve these delicious pancakes.
Option 1: Serve the pancakes right away. Crisp, spongy and delicious.
|Option 1, made without glaze.|
Photo updated on 11 March 2017
Option 2: Make the glaze, drizzle over the pancakes. Serve it this way if you like sweet pancakes. ;)
|Option 2, with glaze.|
Cinnamon Swirl Pancakes with my son's favourite 'Eating Plant'.
Don't ask me what is that, I got the idea from his drawing ;)
Created in November 2015.
I have many pancake recipes shared in this blog, if you like to have something different from your ordinary pancakes with maple syrup, this is the recipe that you MUST try!
For pancake recipes, I have the healthiest, simplest or buttermilk options, you may choose from here. On a lazy weekend morning, I normally use the simplest method, click here for recipe. Alternatively, you can use pancake mix, just add on the cinnamon swirl. ;)
30g Unsalted Butter (softened)
35g Brown Sugar
1 tsp Ground Cinnamon
4 tbsp Icing Sugar
15g Unsalted Butter (softened)
Some Hot Water
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1. Prepare the cinnamon filling - Mix together all cinnamon swirl ingredients in a bowl. Transfer to a piping bag, snip a small hole at the tip of the piping bag.
2. Prepare and cook the pancakes as indicated. When the bubbles appeared on the pancake, add the filling.
3. Start from the centre of the pancake, squeeze the filling in a swirl pattern.
4. Let it cook for a minute or until the bottom is lightly brown, flip the pancake and continue to cook until both sides are nicely brown, caramelise and crisp.
5. Transfer the pancake to a serving plate. Wipe the pan with kitchen towel, repeat for the rest. Serve right away.
Omit sugar in pancake batter, just add a pinch of salt.
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|By Rosalind Ang|