Berry Whey Dinkel Pancakes

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A nutritious pancake loading with the flavours and texture that every pancake fan craves for. This recipe can be used to create many fruit pancakes, such as strawberry, raspberry, black currant, or black berry.
These fruit pancakes are inspired by Christina Kim @ Deglaze Me

  • 2 Egg yolks, lightly beaten
  • 1/2 tsp Vanilla extract
  • 1 Egg white
  • Berries or currants
  • 1-2 tbsp Butter, melted, for greasing the pan
  • Syrup (I used sugar beet syrupangiesrecipes )

  1. Rinse and drain the berries or currants. Whisk together the dinkel flour, baking powder and baking soda in a bowl. Add in whey, vanilla yogurt, yolks and vanilla extract. Stir until all the ingredients blended.
  2. Beat the egg whites until stiff and fold into the yolk batter until well incorporated. Leave the pancake batter in the fridge for an hour before using. Heat a small amount of butter in a frying pan until it almost starts to smoke.
  3. Scoop 2 -3 tablespoons of batter into the pan. Drop on a few of berries or currants and cook until it reaches a light golden brown colour, and the bubbles start to appear on the top surfaces of the pancakes , turn over. Cook until lightly browned. Repeat with remaining batter, brushing the pan with melted butter between batches. Drizzle the pancakes with sugar beet syrup and dust with icing sugar if desired. Serve immediately.

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Momgateway 30/7/09 23:44

That looks so tantalizing.. makes me so hungry!

lisaiscooking 30/7/09 23:51

Your pancakes look so great with all the fruit! Delicious combination.

KennyT 31/7/09 00:14

Angie, where did you learn cooking? 你煮的食物都很漂亮!

Felix 31/7/09 01:11

Angie these look very appetizing. I bet they tasted great.

Palidor 31/7/09 01:55

I haven't eaten pancakes in months and these are now giving me a huge craving. They look so nice and fluffy!

Katy ~ 31/7/09 02:34

I love most all pancakes; these look sooooo very very good to me!

darnold23 31/7/09 02:51

These look delicious. Thanks so much for sharing them. I love your blog! I hope you will join me at for Crock Pot Wednesdays. The first giveaway item was posted this week. You'll want to visit to see what the others will be. Thanks for sharing.

Justin 31/7/09 03:05

yum. i love that you could add just about any fruit to this and get great results

Reeni♥ 31/7/09 03:31

Those are the fluffiest pancakes I've ever seen! How yummy they look! I wish I had a stack of them right now.

Chow and Chatter 31/7/09 04:28

wonderful pancakes I meet hubby loved it, have you worked out today!

Ivy 31/7/09 05:44

OMG these look so tempting. I haven't had breakfast yet and I am sure I could eat the whole lot.

the ungourmet 31/7/09 06:30

Wow! These look amazing! I've never heard of this kind of flour. I'll have to try and look for it!

Angie's Recipes 31/7/09 06:56

I always love to see the fresh visitors :-)) Thank you for dropping by!
I like them the most with blue berry...currants are a bit of too sour for me, but my husband loved them...
晤该 for the compliment! You are GREAT yourself!
Thank you for the invitation! My crock pots didn't survive long enough to catch up your event, but I will for sure contribute to some other of your organized events.
@Justin, Reeni♥, Chow and Chatter, the ungourmet, Felix, Palidor, Ivy, Katy ~
Thank you guys, for your heartwarming comments!

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♥peachkins♥ 31/7/09 07:05

These pancakes looks extra yummy.Dinkel Flour? first time I've heard of this..

Anonymous 31/7/09 08:09

how do u all manage to click such awesome pics of blueberries?its so fresh

Elin 31/7/09 09:22

Angie, that's a good one. I love pancakes! Haha this is really good...saliva-inducing!Thanks for sharing:))

Chef E 31/7/09 13:01

I will take a tall stack of those...I am making a note to self...make pancakes soon! YUM

Anonymous 31/7/09 14:28

Dinkel flour is new to me as well. The pancakes look so fluffy and delicious! Yummy!

Vrinda 31/7/09 15:18

Wow... Gorgeous pancakes. I like pancakes with banana toppings and blueberries as smoothies..

My Little Space 31/7/09 16:01

Angie dear, call me next round when you're making it again! he he. Absolutely, yummy! I love pancake so much.

Anonymous 31/7/09 18:21

Quite possibly the best pancakes I have ever seen! So delicious looking. I'd love some of those right now, with berries AND currants!

Parita 31/7/09 18:45

Yum yum yum sooo delicious!

Angie's Recipes 31/7/09 21:50

@♥peachkins♥, 5 Star Foodie
Other names for Dinkel are Farro or Spelt. Dinkel and wheat are the same family, but with different properties. The gluten in the Dinkel is softer and has less glutamic acid, so I prefer Dinkel to wheat.
Your egg-free blueberry muffins are great too!
I am flattered. :-)
@My Little Space, Chef E, Vrinda, Elin
Thank you! I know how GOOD you guys can cook!
Bright days make photographing easier and more fun.

Donna-FFW 31/7/09 23:19

Angie.. these look delicious!!!! I would love these with my coffee. Yogurt must add such moistness.

Hummingbird Appetite 1/8/09 05:02

Wow! those are some thick pancakes with yummy fruit.

girlichef 1/8/09 05:16

These pancakes look super tasty, Angie...the fruit is gorgeous. And how fun is it to say "Dinkel"!!

Cooking-Gallery 1/8/09 21:16

Your pancakes look delicious, and thanks for letting me know how to make pearls myself. Will the berry juice somehow influence the taste/smell of the pearls? Because pearls are normally tasteless and has no real smell. Btw, I am based in Wiesbaden :).

nora@ffr 2/8/09 05:11

yummm!!! superb!!! love this pan cake sooo much.. m gonna put extra berries and make these panckaes extra fruity :)

Sophie 2/8/09 13:08

What lovely & fluffy yummie pancakes!!!

They look so delicious!! Yummie,...

Choc Chip Uru 3/3/12 03:00

I can almost smell these pancakes, they are terrific :D
Great recipe!

Choc Chip Uru


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