Pancake stack with maple syrup. Today's lesson: Maple Syrup Beyond the Stack of Pancakes! Each winter as the weather starts to warm up, maple trees in our region produce sweet sap that contains a small amount of sugar and a large amount of water. The almighty nectar of the maple tree!
In addition to cereal-filled pancakes, we can get Cap'n Crunch's Ocean Blue Maple Flavored Syrup. Just like with the Berrytastic Pancake Mix, the syrup is the work of two The Quaker Oats Company brands, Capn' Crunch and Aunt Jemima. The bright blue syrup will certainly make your stack even more fun to eat for breakfast! You can cook Pancake stack with maple syrup using 10 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Pancake stack with maple syrup
- Prepare 120 gm of pancake mix.
- It’s 1/2 pc of Egg.
- Prepare 100 gm of Milk.
- You need 20 gm of chocolate sauce.
- You need 20 gm of maple syrup.
- It’s 5 gm of icing sugar.
- Prepare 1 pc of Strawberry.
- It’s 1 pc of Kiwi.
- Prepare 1/4 of Banana.
- It’s 1 of Mint leaves.
A stack of breakfast pancakes, topped with a pad of butter and maple syrup oozing down its golden-brown sides, onto a plate on some platforms. If there is any extra syrup left, keep it stored in the refrigerator. Heat a non-stick frying pan over a medium heat and add one of the pancakes. To assemble, layer up your pancakes with ricotta, glazed apples and a sprinkling of chopped walnuts.
Pancake stack with maple syrup instructions
- Make 4 pieces round shape of pancake.
- Spread the chocolate sause on the plate then put caramel sauce with a zig-zag line over the chocolate sauce.
- Then put the pancake in the middle then garnish with kiwi, strawberry, banana, strawberry compote icing sugar and mint leaves.
- Serve with maple syrup.
Garnish with any remaining apple and drizzle over a little more maple syrup to serve. Layer your stacks and go bananas with toppings and syrups. We've baked long and hard to whisk up the perfect recipe, meaning you can't beat our fluffy, delicious, sweet and savoury pancakes. Seeing as you can't beat us… For pancake syrup, however, the number one ingredient is usually corn syrup, followed by high-fructose corn syrup. This is true for both Hungry Jack and Aunt Jemima, with the order of ingredients switched for Mrs.