Get our Fudge Pancake Recipe here:
Here at Fields Lodge B&B, we love making pancakes and our guests love them too.
Scroll down for Gooey Fudge Pancake recipe.
Since we’ve launched our Fudge, we’ve also been making Gooey Fudge Pancakes to add to our breakfast menu and you can get our Fudge pancake recipe below.
We still do our traditional Welsh Crempog, and this one is a bit naughtier!!
We continue to make it with almond flour and xylitol, so they’re protein packed and low GI(apart from the fudge pieces), helping not to spike your blood sugar in the same way that a pure flour and sugar pancake will, so we try to minimise the ‘damage’!
History of Pancake Day
Pancake Day or Shrove Tuesday is the traditional feast day before the start of Lent on Ash Wednesday-in the run up 40 or so days before Easter, a traditional time of fasting.
Shrove Tuesday was the last opportunity to use up flour and eggs before Lent and the history and pancake recipes can be found in cookery books going back to 1439.
Pancakes can be served with many toppings. My Mum preferred the traditional lemon juice and sugar.
I like my pancakes served with maple syrup and cream.
In the B&B here, we serve them topped with our homemade yoghurt, fruit, maple syrup and chopped pistachios-a total yum fest!
So, this extra addition we have created since serving our fudge gives you this pancake recipe:
Gooey Fudge Pancake Recipe
125gr Ground Almonds
A few cubes, broken into pieces of Fields Lodge Fudge (you decide how much you want in your pancake)
60 ml Water
1 Tbsp Xylitol (or Maple Syrup)
1/4 tsp Halen Mon Vanilla Salt
1 tsp Olive Oil
This will make a nice stack for 2 people
Mix all the ingredients together-add the water a little at a time as you may not need all 60 ml of water.
Heat some oil in a heavy based frying pan
Spoon a little of the mixture into the pan
This will make about 10 pancakes
Once air holes appear in the top of the pancake, then turn it over to cook the other side.
Then it is up to you to top as you wish
You can always add chocolate chips or blueberries if you want a change of flavour.
For our traditional Welsh Crempog Recipe, click here
‘It’s the best fudge I have EVER tasted’