POOCH PAN­CAKES

Food & Home - - Pets’ Pozzie -

These pan­cakes are so good; they’re fit for hu­mans, too! Whip up a batch, cook ½ of it for your pooch and then add 2 tbsp sugar to the re­main­ing ½ and cook it for your­self.

And voilà! You’ve got break­fast for two Makes 20 EASY

20 mins + 30 mins, to re­frig­er­ate

WHAT YOU NEED 160g buck­wheat flour 35g corn­flour

1 tsp bak­ing pow­der 250g plain dou­ble­cream/Greek yo­ghurt 60ml (¼ cup) full­cream milk

1 large egg

fresh sea­sonal fruit, to serve honey, to serve

HOW TO DO IT

1 Place all of the in­gre­di­ents in a large bowl and mix un­til well com­bined and smooth.

2 Pour the mix­ture into a large pip­ing bag fit­ted with a plain noz­zle. Place in the fridge to chill, about 30 min­utes.

3 Us­ing a non-stick fry­ing pan, pipe a few bone-shaped pan­cakes in the pan and fry un­til cooked, about 1 minute per side. Us­ing a spat­ula, re­move the pan­cakes from the fry­ing pan and set aside. Re­peat with the re­main­ing pan­cake bat­ter un­til all of it has been used.

4 Al­low the pan­cakes to cool slightly be­fore serv­ing them. Treat your pooch to the plain ones and en­joy yours with the fresh fruit on top and a driz­zle of honey.

RECIPE, STYLING AND PHO­TO­GRAPH BYKATE­LYN AL­LE­GRA AS­SISTED BY CAS­SAN­DRA UP­TONAND SOPHIA-MARIA EYGELAAR

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