today , I'm gonna show you how to make some delicious cinnamon pancakes .
We're gonna use 200 grammes of self raising flour , one tablespoon of sugar , a teaspoon of baking powder , a heaped teaspoon of ground cinnamon , one egg and 350 millilitres of milk .
I tipped the flour into this large jug along with the sugar , baking powder cinnamon , and I added a pinch of salt .
Give that a quick mix together , then crack in one egg , then slowly add the milk and keep whisking it until it's all blended together into a nice consistency like this .
I'm cooking them on this pancake pan on a medium heat .
When you see bubbles starting to rise , flip it over .
You could use a spatula if you like .
Then once it's cooked all the way through , it's ready to serve .
Before I'd started cooking , I mixed some sugar and a bit of ground cinnamon , which I'm using to Sprinkle over the pancakes .
If you like , you could also add some syrup when we cut into them .
You can see the cinnamon has really coloured the pancake , and it gives it a lovely flavour for the next one .
I'm gonna try adding this milk chocolate ice cream sauce not to the finished cooked pancake but into the batter .
So I poured some more butter into the pan , then added on a swirl of the chocolate sauce hurt .
After about a minute , the sauce started melting and running off the batter .
Shortly after , I flipped over the pancake to cook the other side , and you can see more of the chocolate melting and oozing out .
I turned it back over and absorbed the melted chocolate into the pancake .
Then I served it up .
It doesn't look too great , but the chocolate sauce really has flavoured the pancake , giving it a sticky coating .
And it tastes great .
If you've got any batter left over , you can store it in a sauce bottle in the fridge to use at a later date .
Next , I'm gonna try out this pancake flipping gadget , which I did test a couple of years ago .
The idea is it should cook seven mini pancakes at a time .
It sits in the pan , but as these handles fold over the edge , it lifts itself off the pace , which means they'll leak .
So I'm turning it this way around to balance it on the pan handle , and I'm using another pan to prop the other handle up , too .
To keep it flat , I turned on the gas and filled up all the seven holes .
The danger is lifting the flipping gadget before it's cooked enough , which means it'll run out of the bottom .
Once I started seeing bubbles rise , I flipped it over , and that seemed to work really well .
Once I cooked the other side , I tried pushing the pancakes out , but they didn't want to come easily , so I had to really push them .
They stuck into the moulds and it was a bit messy .
But there we go .
We do have seven mini pancakes .
They may look a bit messy , but they taste great .
I decided to try it one more time , but this time I lightly oiled each one of the moulds .
I poured in the mixture and allowed it to cook , but not quite for long enough .
And this time , when I lifted it , you can see one of the pancakes leaked out to the bottom , so I left it for another minute and tried flipping it again .
This time , most of them worked a bit better and some were just a mess .
You can see the marks from the mould .
And to be honest , apart from the one that leaked , it did work out OK , there's our seven mini pancakes .
I'm sprinkling on the cinnamon sugar and some syrup and they do taste great .
Pretty cool , huh ?
I hope you've enjoyed watching this video if you want .
You can see some of my other pancake videos too , by clicking on the links .
Stay safe , have fun .
And , as always , thanks for watching .