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Malva pudding pancakes

malva pudding pancakes

Malva pudding pancakes

Malva pudding pancakes are LIFE! Gimme pancakes any day, but oh Malva Pudding pancakes are just absolutely amazing! These pancakes are made out of a South African dessert that all South Africans and others that have had the privilege to taste, adore! It’s like caramel, moist, can’t stop eating amazing.

Malva pudding pancakes are LIFE! Gimme pancakes any day, but oh Malva Pudding pancakes are just absolutely amazing! These pancakes are made out of a South African dessert that all South Africans and others that have had the privilege to taste, adore! It’s like caramel, moist, can’t stop eating amazing.

There is just something about adding apricot jam to this dessert, I mean pancakes. There is a tang with the caramel taste of the syrup that just blows your mind. Even the honey roasted quinces are such a nice addition to these pancakes. I have been missing home so much lately and these pancakes where such a fixer-upper to cure a bit of the blues.

malva pudding pancakes

When we invite people over for dinner, then this dessert is a well-loved favorite for the SA guests and a delightful surprise for the other guests. I made these pancakes for my husband and he had no idea nr 1 that these were healthy and nr2 what the caramel bits were inside of these pancakes a.k.a apricot jam. I love adding apricot jam to a lot of my food, just because it gives that extra sweet spin that some of the recipes need.

This pancake recipe can be made as a malva pudding, you just have to double the sauce and serve it with loads of Ice Cream.  We would normally eat Malva pudding with fresh cream or custard, but to make it healthy just add coconut cream instead of normal cream. There are other healthy dessert recipes that you can try on my cuisine page under desserts.

Recipe

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Serves

2-4 people

Malva pudding pancakes

malva pudding pancakes

Ingredients 

  • 1/2 cup coconut sugar or brown sugar
  • 1 egg
  • 15ml coconut oil
  • 15ml apricot jam
  • 250ml whole wheat flour (I used 1/2 whole wheat and 1/2 quinoa flour)
  • 5ml baking powder
  • pinch of salt
  • 200ml milk of choice
  • 15ml white vinegar
  • 5ml baking soda

Sauce

  • 50ml coconut oil
  • 150ml coconut milk or cream
  • 100ml coconut sugar or maple syrup ( sub with honey)

Honey roasted quinces

  • 1 cup sliced and softly cooked quinces
  • 2-3 tbsp honey
  • cinnamon

Coconut cream

  • 1 can of cooled coconut cream

Method

  1. Start by making the sauce first: Microwave all the ingredients for 3-5 minutes and then set aside to cool. Heat again just before serving the pancakes.
  2. Mix the sugar, egg and coconut oil and apricot jam together.
  3. Sift the dry ingredients together and then gradually add this to the egg mixture.
  4. Lastly, add the baking soda and the vinegar and mix well.
  5. Dollop 2 heaped tbsp in a coconut oil heated pan and then serve hot with honey roasted quinces and the caramel sauce.

Whipped coconut cream

  1. Pour the cooled coconut cream into a cooled bowl.
  2. Layer the cream then the sliced fruit.
  3. Decorate with caramel sauce.

Honey bakes quinces

  1. Lay the quinces on a parchment paper lined baking tray and drizzle with honey.
  2. Bake the quinces for 10 minutes at 175 degrees Celsius.

Hope you love these pancakes and Malva pudding as much as we do*

Let me know what you think!

M*

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