I made these glorious healthy sourdough blueberry vanilla pancakes with leftover sourdough starter from 2 days ago. I made an olive sourdough bread! Recipe on the blog soon! I still had 2 cups (500 ml) over. It was a white spelt sourdough starter. I used it in these tasty beauties:
Recipe: For 8 medium thicker pancakes
1 flax egg (1 tablespoon ground flax egg + 3 tablespoons water)
2 cups discarded sourdough starter with white spelt flour
1 + 1/2 teaspoon vanilla cane sugar
2 tablespoons of oil
1 teaspoon baking soda
125 gr fresh blueberries
1. Take medium bowl & ad first 5 ingredients. This is the sourdough starter, flax egg, vanilla cane sugar, oil & baking soda. Whisk well together with a small whisk. Finally, add the blueberries. Whisk again. Your sourdough pancake batter is now very bubbly! Ready to fry your pancakes in a medium-hot non-stick pan.
2. I used a smaller soup ladle to pour my batter into the hot pan. I don’t use oil because there is already oil in the batter. Fry pancakes for a few minutes until there are many bubbles on top & check with a fork if the pancake is already getting brown on the pan side. Carefully flip over with pancake flipper & fry for another minute or so. Keep pancakes warm with foil. Enjoy with some good maple syrup! You can really taste the vanilla & blueberries & the pancakes are a bit sweet on their own. MMM!
6 thoughts on “Sourdough Blueberry Vanilla Pancakes made with leftover sourdough starter!”
we eat lots of sourdough pancakes too. I usually just add a bit of salt and baking soda…that’s all my pancake batter needs :-)) Yours look super with berries!
Thanks so much, angie! Great speedy idea too! They are so yummy right?
We are going to have to make these!!!
Ooh yes! Thanks! x
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