Lotus Biscoff American Pancakes

  • 8MINS
  • 10MINS
  • 307KCAL

There’s no better way to start your morning than with these delicious, fluffy American-style pancakes! They’re really easy and quick to make and require just a few basic ingredients to whip up. Flavoured with Lotus Biscoff spread and topped with crunchy biscuits, these pancakes may taste really naughty but they’re actually low on calories and slimming friendly!

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You can cook two or more pancakes at once depending on the size of the frying pan - just make sure to leave enough room to spread the mixture into the pancake shapes.

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You can use rolled oats instead of instant oats, you will just need to blitz them into a fine powder using a food processor first.

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‘I don’t normally make things like pancakes for breakfast as I don’t have time but today I got up and tried to make them. They were easy to prepare and easy to make and they where yummy. These are a must try.’

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AnnetteSaturday 23rd July 2022

How many pancakes per serving please ?

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    HollyFriday 29th July 2022

    Hey Annette, the recipe serves 2 so the mixture is split in half, it depends on the size you make your pancakes as to how many you would make per serving. Hope that helps!

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Jacob TribeThursday 16th June 2022

Could you make this and keep the batter in the fridge until the next day? I love biscoff but my partner doesn’t so it would only be me eating it.

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    HollyFriday 17th June 2022

    Hey Jacob, yes it should be okay in the fridge overnight you may find it’s a little thicker but you can add a splash of milk until it’s the right consistency, hope that helps!

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