Ready for the pancakes? Get some tea, coffee or juice and join me for the fun. We have a awesome bunch of lovely recipes that, I'm sure, will provide the perfect pancake or crepe for everyone! Thank you all for submitting your entries to this event.
THE Pancake EDITION!
Once again, I'd like to start this roundup with the creator of Hay Hay it's Donna Day, Barbara of WinosandFoodies made some good looking, and for sure delicious, pancakes. Have a look at Donna's Pancakes with Blueberries and Raspberry Sauce, and tell me if that's not a beautiful way to have pancakes.
From southern France, Dhanggit of Dhanggit's Kitchen made a great stack of Rhum Raisin Almond Pancakes. I've never had alcohol for breakfast before but I'm now willing to add some Rum to my pancakes!!
From Utah, USA, Holly of Phe/MOM/enon made spectacular sweet crepes, two ways: filled with a spread of chocolately Nutella and folded then drizzled with some warm Burnt Caramel Hazelnut Praline Sauce. No further comments!
From my neighbor Spain, Tartasacher of Mil Postres made simple, but surely delicious, American Pancakes with Dark Chocolate Sauce... Mmmm, dark chocolate. Can I please (pretty please) have a couple of those with my coffee?
My good friend Rita from Clumbsy Cookie joined with truly adorable, tiny pancakes which are vegan too. Plus, they're low in sugar and low in fat, but most of all they're delicious and with a nice texture. Not a simple reason not to try those cuties.
Lisa of Spicy Ice Cream from Sydney, Australia joined with a delightful plate of Cinnamon Pancakes for a yummy morning ritual.
From beautiful Asia, Bordeaux of Marita Says came up with a Nutella PanCAKE... Should I or shouldn't I accept this variation on the theme? or is that really a question? Bring on that decadent, extremely rich and heart-attack inducing entry! ;) (And feel free to borrow my kitchen for the next HHDD events)
Chichajo of lovely 80 Breakfasts joins from Manila, Philippines for a round of Chocolate Filled Crepes with Cinnamon Crust. As joey herself says The combination of the dark chocolate and the subtle cinnamon flavour was perfect! Of course it was!!
Kazari of I think I have a recipe for that... from Canberra, Australia made yummy wholemeal Apple Pancakes, perfect to go with a cup of whatever-you're-having-for-breakfast!
SilverMoon Dragon from Dragon Musings in Australia, made Triple Choc Pancakes for her first Hay Hay it's Donna Day. What's better than double chocolate? Triple Chocolate, of course!!
Andrea of Cooking Books from Manhattan entered not one but to great recipes! First, have a taste at Ataïf with Eishta (Arab Pancakes with Middle Eastern Clotted Cream) for an exquisite version of delicious sweet pancakes.
Andrea also entered an intriguing savoury recipe for Squash Blossoms on Summer Squash Pancakes. This one got me really curious! Not to mention the pretty presentation. I'll have to try it!
Dee from choos and chews, cooking and posting from Malaysia, made some early morning Vanilla Buttermilk Pancakes with Pear and Cardamom Compote. Did you just say cardamom and pear in the same sentence? Sounds like an awesome combination of flavours! Plus, instant pancakes are a great finding to save you time in the morning.
From New York, Alexandra of Addicted Sweet Tooth had some Honey Walnut Pancakes with Marinated Citrus Fruits my way. (Alexandra also sent a lovely gift to celebrate my Tiramisu winning entry. Thank you!)
Based in Chicago, IL, Jude from Apple Pie, Patis, and Pâté made a pile of Old-Fashioned Whole Wheat Buttermilk Pancakes to show how whole grains are beneficial to one’s health particularly during breakfast, the most important meal of the day. Breakfast is THE meal for me!
And that's all folks! Thank you all for sharing and taking part. I hope you enjoyed it. Me? I had a supercalifragilisticexpialidocious time once more!
Voting begins today, September 15th, and runs until midnight (GMT) next Monday September 22rd. Email your choice to me at gourmetsamadores [at] gmail [dot] com before the deadline. Participants only. The winner will be announced shortly after.