Pfannkuchenrezept is the simplest, easiest and most delicious of all the breakfast treats. Especially for the busy, low carbohydrate eater, this is an ideal treat to make on a regular basis and it can be enjoyed by the whole family.
This low carb Pfannkuchen with a sweet twist is so easy to prepare and it will become your go-to favorite breakfast. It is a perfect alternative to the traditional pancakes or griddle cakes.
It is made with just a few ingredients and it has a super saftig, lecker and healthy flavor.
You can even make it without sugar.
A great choice for families with children, this nutrient-dense dish is also a good option for the elderly.
To make this delicious & nutritious breakfast, all you need is a handful of ingredients that you can easily find at your grocery store.
1 tablespoon butter, melted (optional: a little oil is ok too)
1.5 tbsp milk and 1.25 tbsp vanilla extract, mixed together.
In a medium-sized pan, melt the butter over medium heat. Once melted, add the milk and vanilla and stir to combine.
Then mix the rest of the ingredients together with a hand mixer or stand mixer until well combined.
Once everything is incorporated, place the pan in a preheated oven and bake for 35-40 minutes until golden brown.
After the Pfannkuchen is done baking, remove it from the oven and cool it in the pan. It will still be a little warm, so it will need to cool down quickly or the eggs will cook before the pancakes are finished.
To prevent your pancakes from overcooking, place a piece of paper towel under the pan and flip it over after 20 minutes. The paper towel will help the pancakes to absorb any excess moisture from the bottom of the pan.
Then, a few minutes before the Pfannkuchen is ready to serve, add the orange juice and lemon juice.
It is important to add the juices gradually as the mixture can burn quickly if you add it all at once.
Finally, pour the remaining cream over the top of the pancakes and allow it to cool completely. This will ensure that the whipped cream does not burn.
Another easy way to serve your Pfannkuchen is to flambé it in the pan with the melted chocolate or a dash of alcohol.
A flambé technique is easy to learn and you can do it with any kind of hot liquid, like wine or whiskey.
Once you have mastered the art of flambéing your Pfannkuchen, it is a wonderful way to enjoy it on a cold winter day or even on a hot summer afternoon.
This is an incredibly delicious low-carb and gluten-free Pfannkuchen that you can serve to the whole family. It is also a good option for people with diabetes as it is a nutrient-dense treat.