24 October 2015


I swear by these pancakes. My baby girl loves them and they have no sugar added at all. They are great to use up all the leftover baby cereal you have around your house. This also makes a great finger food for your tot, even if he has only a couple of teeth (just like mine). Or you can make them for just for yourself.

First of all you will need:

1/2 cup of plain flour (you can replace it with wholemeal flour but you'll get a way heavier pancake)
1/2 cup of baby cereal (choose a sweet one, like the biscuit flavoured ones. I used Cerelac, a really sweet baby cereal we have in Portugal)
1 + 1/4 cup of baby milk
2 medium eggs (make sure first your baby is not allergic to egg white and try to use free range eggs)

Whisk all the ingredients in a bowl until you get an even batter. For an easier baking, put the batter in a piping bag and pipe it into the pan just like normal pancakes, but in tiny portions.

Make sure the pan is not too hot, otherwise your pancakes will burn easily. Also, try to use a really good non-stick pancake pan because you won't be adding any grease to make it easier to turn them over.

This recipe will give you tons of mini pancakes. They withstand for almost a week in an airtight container. You can also freeze them and microwave them whenever you feel like eating them.

Have fun with your little ones :).

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