Ricotta hotcakes

These ricotta hotcakes are both delicious and healthy.

Ricotta hotcakes

These delicious ricotta hotcakes are perfect for a healthy breakfast or post-dinner treat. You can serve them with a wide variety of fruits, or simply on their own.

Ingredients (makes 12)

  • 3/4 cup wholemeal plain flour
  • 2 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • 2 eggs
  • 100g ricotta
  • 3/4 cup buttermilk
  • 2 tablespoons honey
  • Butter, for cooking

Serve with

  • Extra cinnamon
  • Extra ricotta
  • Extra honey
  • 1 1/2 cups strawberries, chopped (You can substitute another fruit for the strawberries, e.g. chopped banana or blueberries)

 

Method
Whisk eggs and ricotta together until combined. Add in the buttermilk and honey then whisk until all four ingredients are mixed.

In a separate large bowl, sift plain flour, baking powder and cinnamon together. Combine the egg mixture with the dry ingredients.

Heat a heavy-based non-stick frying pan over medium heat. Lightly grease the pan with a little butter. Ladle 1/4 cup of mixture into pan and cook both sides for one to two minutes, or until golden brown. Repeat with remaining batter.

Serve hotcakes in stacks topped with a spoonful of ricotta, a handful of strawberries, a sprinkle of cinnamon and finish with a drizzle of honey.





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    Nightshade
    23rd Sep 2013
    8:44pm
    This recipe sounds fantastic
    We love pancaked - crepes - hot cakes - and fresh ricotta - and the magical cure all, chicken soup, especially me.
    Thank you !
    Nightshade
    23rd Sep 2013
    10:27pm
    As a kid I lived in Carlton North
    The Jewish community also live there
    In Nicholson St. there was a Jewish bakery.
    Cheese cake with a caramel base.
    AND :-
    Poppy seed strudel -
    Heaven !
    Does anyone have a recipe for real poppy seed strudel ??????????????????
    Nightshade
    23rd Sep 2013
    10:37pm
    When I was in high school, Maria & I would stop at the Jewish bread bakery in Rathdowne St. the front door was never locked, we would pop in, we bought an onion roll each, which we ate for breakfast, on the way to school.
    I can still smell them sometimes.
    Nightshade
    23rd Sep 2013
    10:40pm
    When I was pregnant with my first child it was Polski Ogorki
    And he would have to take me to a Jewish deli in St, Kilda
    Nightshade
    23rd Sep 2013
    10:59pm
    Harry Shuhtel was my best & only friend when I was 8, we played cowboys & read his comics together. We tried a caterpillar zoo in a shoe box, but they all died we had killed them, somehow, we felt guilty for a while.
    Arnold Zabel went to the same high school as me, after school, he would walk down Lygon St. with us sometimes .
    Esters mother & my mother were friends, they would talk, Ester would not wear a petticoat under her dress ( defiant/rebellious) & her mother was so upset & worried.
    Oh ! but that I should tell you the story of Mrs. Grotsky & her plight, you would not know what to think, I assure you.
    Nightshade
    24th Sep 2013
    12:06am
    My mother spoke Polish/Italian/Yugoslavian & a bit of English.
    So did my father, his English was better, he spent time in a British prisoner of war camp, you see. He did not want to fight with the Germans.
    I speak several languages as a result of my parents bilingualness & association with my friends & neighbors, including the kids of today struggle to speak English properly.
    It's not that hard, really


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