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Sunday pancakes

Nothing says "weekend" like a stack of Sunday pancakes made from scratch. Experiment with different add-ons and toppings to find your own perfect combination. Then soak up the morning light like pancakes soak up syrup – slowly and deeply.

Location: Kitchen
Time of day: Morning
Duration: 60 minutes

Indulge in the pleasure of making a fresh stack.

A smiling woman is making pancakes in a HEMLAGAD pancake pan on the stove.
    A woman pours pancake mix from a VISPNING mixing bowl into a HEMLAGAD pancake pan on a stove.

      Ritual recipe

      Making pancakes from scratch is relaxing and makes you present in the moment. It’s also  healthier than ready-made mixes – with wholegrain pancakes being a particularly good source of nutrients that boost your energy in the morning. Pancakes are also fun food, comforting and full of memories. In fact, pancakes feed the soul.

       

      • Gather the ingredients: wholegrain flour, baking powder, milk, eggs, sugar, butter and salt.
      • Whisk the eggs with an IKEA 365+ HJÄLTE balloon whisk in a VISPNING mixing bowl until fluffy. Stir in the remaining ingredients until the flour is moistened. The batter will be slightly lumpy.
      • Heat the HEMLAGAD pancake pan and brush it with oil. Pour in half a soup ladle of batter. Cook until the top starts to bubble and the edges appear dry. Flip and cook until golden.
      • Add nutritious toppings, like bananas or apples, and enjoy!

      The sweet smell of Sunday

      Whisk the mix with an IKEA 375+ HJÄLTE balloon whisk in a VISPNING mixing bowl until fluffy and cook until golden in a HEMLAGAD pancake pan. Add jam and it’s officially Sunday.

      A woman puts an IKEA 375+ HJÄLTE balloon whisk into a VISPNING mixing bowl.
        A woman flips pancakes with a IKEA 375+ HJÄLTE turner in a HEMLAGAD pancake pan.
        A jar of SYLT HALLON & BLÅBÄR raspberry and blue berry jam.
        A woman pours pancake mix from a VISPNING mixing bowl into a HEMLAGAD pancake pan on a stove.
        Pancake mix is poured into a HEMLAGAD pancake pan on a stove.