Quick and easy to make scones that tend to work out wonderfully every time. They take about 15-20 minutes to make including everything, so you can make them when someone pops over with a short notice.
This is a recipe from my cousin’s dad’s country. These are so good and they work as waffles as well. It is a recipe I have been making since I was large enough to reach up and flip the pancakes my self. I do not try to flip them in the air ever.
- 400 ml flour (plain flour – or other types of flour – a bit of rye flour works well)
- 2 Tb sugar
- ½ ts baking powder
- 1 egg
- 50 g melted butter
- Mix the dry ingredients together.
- Whisk in eggs and butter. Add milk until the mix forms a thin batter.
- Bake them on a pan on medium heat. You want to flip them when they start to get dry and form bubbles on the surface. I normally keep mine warm in the oven while I bake them.
- Eat them with any of the following toppings: fruit, strawberry jam, ice cream, sugar, icing sugar, yoghurt, honey, syrup – you name it. You add topping to the middle of the crepe and then roll it up around it. They even work as savoury pancakes – if you don’t have any tortillas for your dinner – just leave out the sugar and add a pinch of salt.
Tip: Do not to have the pan too greasy – there should only be enough to make the pancakes slip.
These are really good, and easy to make!
This is based on an amarican recipe, but I got tired of having to convert everything from cups, so here is the European friendly recipe.
This is the best chocolate cookies ever! Why are they suicidal telepathic cookies you ask? Well they sit in the kitchen, in a tin and they scream for you to please come and eat them. They are inspired by a recipe by Nigella, and I tweaked it to fit my liking.
These are the snacks I make when I have nothing in the house and a craving for sweet.