We love pancakes in our family. My toddler especially loves them and he loves to help make them. Since we enjoy kids in the kitchen, we’ve made Saturdays a pancake making tradition.
Today I’m over at the Grain Mill Wagon blog posting about our very favorite homemade pancake recipe.
I received a Wondermill to try out in exchange for completing the Grain Mill Wagon challenge, and I have to say I’m totally loving it. I’m humbled and excited at the chance to experiement and share my successes over at Grain Mill Wagon blog. So stay tuned because the next several Fridays will be all about easy recipes using a grain mill like the Wondermill.
Here’s an easy berry sauce recipe you can use to go along with your homemade pancakes.
Easy Berry Sauce Recipe
1.5 cups frozen berries (we like raspberries, blueberries, and strawberries, but you can use anything!)
1/4 cup water
honey, to taste
In a medium sauce pan, combine berries and water together, and bring the mixture to a boil. Then turn back the heat to simmer the berries and water while you cook your pancakes. Remember to stir your berry mixture occasionally.
Once your berries are softened, use a fork or back of the spoon to mash the berries down a bit. Stir and continue to let it simmer.
The mixture will thicken up as it reduces. Remove from heat when it reaches the desired consistency or the pancakes are done.
Stir in honey to taste (about a tablespoon).
Drizzle over easy homemade pancakes with a dollop of plain yogurt and you have one delectable Saturday morning breakfast!
Note: If you do not have a grain mill, you can use any flour you wish. We enjoyed King Arthur’s White Whole Wheat before receiving our grain mill.
Do you have a Saturday morning tradition? Share in the comments!