Wednesday, 23 January 2019

RECIPE: Peach and Raspberry Dutch Pancake

RECIPE: Peach and Raspberry Dutch Pancake
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Pancakes are glorious whatever the day, time or season, but especially at the beginning of the year. Pancake Day is around the corner, warm comfort food is needed and spring is on the horizon. American pancakes, crepes and scotch pancakes are all pretty common, but have you tried a Dutch pancake? Think Yorkshire pudding vibes with a sweet twist; absolutely heavenly topped with jam for sweetness, fruit for freshness and yogurt for creaminess. The good news is, they are also very easy to make and don't require standing at the hob individually turning each pancake. 
In this recipe I've used Santa Rosa Peach Conserve, which is an Italian conserve made with the best ingredients and is full of flavour. Santa Rosa is part of the Ciao Gusto family and it has just got easier to pick up all of your favourite Italian food and drink with the Ciao Gusto Italian Deli on Ocado. For the first time all of the 30 brands in the Ciao Gusto family are available in one place, including Santa Rosa, Riso Gallo, Filippo Berio, Lavazza and Fabbri. I've chosen the Santa Rosa Peach Conserve because it has just the right amount of sweetness, has chunky fruit bits throughout and is the perfect consistency for enjoying on a Dutch pancake. If you're interested in trying it out too then it is worth waiting until February as there will be a buy 2 and get 20% off offer on Ocado.
What you'll need:
1/2 cup Plain Flour
1/2 cup Full Fat Milk
2 Large Eggs
2 tbsp. Granulated Sugar
1 tsp. Vanilla Extract
2 tbsp. Unsalted Butter
1 Peach, sliced
Handful of Raspberries and Blueberries 
Icing Sugar 
Greek yogurt, optional 


What to do:
1) Place to flour, milk, eggs, sugar and vanilla extract into a food processer and blend for 20 seconds. 
2) Leave the batter to rest in the food processer for around 20 minutes to allow it to thicken up. Preheat the oven to 220'C. 
3) You can use either a frying pan that can be put in the oven or a round cake tin. Place your tin of choice into the oven to heat up. Once the tin is hot add the butter and place back in the oven for 1-2 minutes. 
4) Remove the hot tin from the oven and pour in the batter, tilting the tin as you do so that the batter goes up the side.
5) Return the tin to the oven and bake for 15-20 minutes or until golden brown and puffed up.
6) A Dutch pancake is best served straight away. To finish it off spread the Peach Conserve over the middle, arrange the peach slices, blueberries and raspberries on top and sprinkle with icing sugar. Then enjoy!

Have you tried Dutch pancakes before?


Feel free to leave a comment - I love reading every single one :) 


Helen x
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20 comments

  1. This looks scrummy! It literally has lots of my faves in peaches, raspberries and Blueberries and a pancake, yum!

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  2. This looks really delicious and would be nice as a pudding or an afternoon treat! The jam sounds really nice too, I do like really good quality chunky jam!

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  3. This sounds like a lovely recipe. I've never tried a dutch pancake before. I love the addition of fruit as it works well with pancakes.

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  4. oh wow that looks and sounds amazing. I love peach flavour

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  5. This recipe looks delicious, your photos are so tempting. I love pancakes with bacon and maple syrup normally but you have made me want to try these

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  6. I have eaten loads of Dutch pancakes in my time but never once made them at home, thanks for the recipe. They look delicious

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  7. I have never had Dutch pancakes before. I like blueberry pancakes but that is the extent of the fruit I like on them. It certainly looks interesting though.

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  8. I’ve never tried Dutch pancakes and I’m not a huge pancake lover but I do love the sound of using the peach conserve which would go well I think with a lot of other baking recipes maybe a tart filling?

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    1. Oo yes absolutely! It would be delicious as a tart filling with a dash of pouring cream :) x

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  9. Oh these look and sound YUMMY! I haven't tried peaches like this before, but I am going to now!

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  10. This looks like an awesome recipe for pancake day, I am usually rubbing at making pancakes, but even I am going to give this a go.

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  11. OMG this looks seriously amazing! We have pancakes every Sunday in our house so we will have to try this x

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  12. I've never tried a Dutch pancake before, but this looks scumptious! Definitely going to give it a try at some point :)

    Louise x

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  13. ooh these sound so yummy!! I love the thought of peaches and raspberries! Peaches are my fave fruit!

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  14. Oo these look delicious! I have never tried a Dutch pancake before but it looks so good and peach & raspberry is one of my favourite fruity combinations! Im definitely going to be saving this recipe to give them a try, thanks for sharing it.

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  15. I love the sound of this recipe. Will try it.

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  16. Oh I was thinking the other day how much I wanted pancakes again! I've never tried dutch pancakes though, this recipe looks delicious! Definitely making some pancakes over the weekend!!

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  17. Oh man, this looks liek something I could def. eat.

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  18. Oh my, that looks incredible!!

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