Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Pancakes with Brie and Cloudberries

Yesterday was Pancake Day, so Matt made me pancakes for dinner. Well, actually we had planned to have these pancakes this week before we realized it was Pancake Day, we just got lucky.
Pancakes with Brie & Cloudberries
We were just looking for a good vehicle for the cloudberry jam we brought back from Sweden.
Cloudberries are a tart fruit similar to raspberries and blackberries that are typically found in the Nordic and Baltic countries as well as parts of Canada. We've never been able to find them in the states, so we were excited to bring some home. We really like there flavor, but they are quite seedy, even more so than raspberries.

Ok, back to the pancakes. Matt thought it would be good to add a savory element to them, so he picked up a local soft cheese that was quite similar to a brie. The tangy, funkiness of the cheese was a perfect pairing with fruit. We put a layer of cheese between to hot pancakes making the cheese all melty and runny and then topped it with the jam. It was a great brinner, but would also be wonderful for a brunch.
Pancakes with Brie & Cloudberries
No other recipe here, but I'll share Matt's tricks for making a tastier, fluffier pancakes with Bisquick. He adds one more egg than the recipe calls for and uses buttermilk instead of milk. He stirs in the eggs first and then adds the buttermilk until it reaches his desired consistency. He adds a touch of vanilla for a little more flavor. Finally, he lets the batter sit for 10 minutes before using, he says the batter even rises a little in the bowl while resting.

Hope you all had some great pancakes yesterday too!

If you are not reading this post in a feed reader or at http://agoodappetite.blogspot.com OR at http://agoodappetite.com then the site you are reading is illegally publishing copyrighted material. Contact me at katbaro AT yahoo DOT COM. All recipes, text and photographs in this post are the original creations & property of the author unless otherwise noted. © 2007-2012 Kathy Lewinski

9 comments:

vanillasugarblog said...

that sounds heavenly.
i completely forgot we could have pancakes for dinner yesterday. bad foodie.

Psychgrad said...

I've never heard of cloudberries. I'll have to look up where they're available in Canada.

Psychgrad said...

Oooh....they're called bakeapple here, which I have heard of before. I remember seeing jams and pies in Newfoundland and assuming that it was some sort of baked apple.

Grandma Kat said...

This recipe looks heavenly and I will have to make it for my family that is coming to stay with us over the weekend.

I'm sure everyone is going to love this recipe. But first, I have to go get the ingredients. So, its off to the grocery store I go.

Thanks so much for this...

Grandma Kat
XOXOXOXOXO

grace said...

cloudberries are a fitting topping for pancakes that look like they're made from clouds! :)

Jenn @leftoverqueen said...

Cloudberries are awesome! These look great Kat and Matt!

Ben said...

Pancakes for dinner sounds amazing!

Dining Alone said...

I have never tried cloudberries, I need to go find some. The pancakes look delicious.

Lori said...

I have a wheel of brie in the fridge and this is so tempting! Something I never would have thought of. I love the idea of those berries too. A new one to me.

Related Posts with Thumbnails

Get Email Updates!

Enter your email address:

Delivered by FeedBurner

Measurement Abbreviations

T = Tablespoon
t = teaspoon
c = cup
lb = pound
oz - ounce

Labels

Blog Archive

Contributors