These were just something I quickly thought of whizzing up thursday night, realizing that once again I had a small pot of sour cream that was almost past its best before date. Marlowe my 3,5 year old actually gave me this idea, because he was pestering me for some pancakes (I was seriously not going to start frying up anything that close to bedtime, but only going to offer him some toast and banana!:)) with this adamant behaviour he reminded me of the sour cream in the fridge, so I gave in and he got his pancakes that evening after all!
Easy pancakes (28 small ones)
2dl sour cream (kermaviili/gräddfil this time around)
2dl plain flour
1tsp baking powder
1tsp bicarbonate of soda
1tsp vanilla sugar (or extract)
pinch of cinnamon
light syrup to serve
Mix all the ingredients and let the batter rest in the fridge for a moment (preferably at least 30mins).
Fry the pancakes on a medium heat until golden and puffed up. At this point banana slices/pieces can be added into the pancakes before flipping them over, but the pancakes can also just as well be served with the banana and syrup drizzled over once they are done.
These little ones are perfect at any time...breakfast, brunch or as a sweet late night snack!