Food and Drink

Family Friendly Recipes – Pea and Sweetcorn Pancakes

Pea and sweetcorn pancakes has been a staple of mine since I was little! It was my mum’s way of getting us to eat a bit of veg, and it was relatively quick and cheap too. I could eat them til they came out my ears.

I’m awful and don’t really ever follow a recipe or weigh things out when I’m making pancakes, I just throw things into a bowl and see what it looks like!! (As I’ve explained below, but I’ve just been super nice to you, and made another batch so that I could measure everything out, check out the ingredients list at the bottom of this post)

These pancakes are best when the batter is a bit on the thick side, as opposed to your usual pancakes on Shrove Tuesday.

I use 2 eggs, add in a good slug of wholemeal flour, and some milk and stir it until it is well mixed and thick.

Family Friendly Recipes - Pea and Sweetcorn Pancakes

I then add in a couple of handfuls of peas and a couple of sweetcorn too. Again, I’m lazy and I don’t cook or defrost them before adding them to the batter mix, but you can do if you want. My view is they cook when you’re cooking the pancakes. Plus it saves washing another pan! If the batter mix looks too thick now the peas and sweetcorn are in there, add a bit more milk to the mixture.

Family Friendly Recipes - Pea and Sweetcorn Pancakes

I add a bit of butter to a frying pan, and then usually cook 3-4 small pancakes at a time.

Family Friendly Recipes - Pea and Sweetcorn Pancakes

They can be eaten on their own (as I do), or with anything else you want really. This is a meal we all eat together, and Chris likes to have bacon with them…next time I might try cooking them with bits of cooked and chopped up crispy bacon in the pancakes to see what that’s like.

Family Friendly Recipes - Pea and Sweetcorn Pancakes

I would happily eat the whole plate of pancakes myself (there is probably about 10-15 here), but Chris insists on me sharing them with him and Isla

Are there any meals you eat now with your children that you used to have when you were a child?

 

Family Friendly Recipes - Pea and Sweetcorn Pancakes

Isla devours them!

Family Friendly Recipes – Pea and Sweetcorn Pancakes

2 large eggs
280g wholemeal flour
250ml milk
75g frozen peas
75g frozen sweetcorn

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5 Comments

  1. Emma Lofthouse-Burch

    July 26, 2017 at 12:38 pm

    Oh I like this idea. I always have eggs to use up and a supply of peas and sweetcorn.

    1. Sophie

      July 26, 2017 at 12:39 pm

      They freeze really well too!

  2. Kim Carberry

    July 26, 2017 at 12:43 pm

    These are such a great idea. I haven’t made these before but I think I will soon. My girls would love them.

  3. Ray

    July 26, 2017 at 6:10 pm

    Oh this sounds interesting, my nearly 4 year old is a fussy eater and just recently we have had so many break throughs. I’m sure he would love these, I’ll have to try them out on him ! #humpdaylinky

  4. Real Mum Reviews

    August 2, 2017 at 5:51 am

    I wish Neve would eat stuff like this – they look so delicious and easy to make! #humpdaylinky

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