Posted on: April 26, 2009

Pear & Goat Cheese Pancakes

Pierre made my “Tasty Fluffy Golden Pancakes” batter for breakfast this morning. As we were meated out from last night’s BBQ dinner, we opted for a lighter option than eggs and bacon. After surveying the fridge and the fruit basket the pears and the fresh (plain) goat cheese revealed themselves as a tasty option. And it was delicious!

Recipe:
Use batter recipe from Tasty Fluffy Golden Pancake blog.
Peel and cut pear in thin slivers.
Melt one teaspoon of butter in the pan for each pancake (I used a crêpe pan to flip it more easily).
Arrange the pears and let them golden for a few minutes.
Pour the batter over them, cook like a regular pancake, flip it and cook the other side.
Serve on a warm plate.
Place a dollop of goat cheese (room temperature) on top.
Pour warm maple syrup over it.

0 thoughts on “Pear & Goat Cheese Pancakes

  1. Tell Pierre he is brilliant! I am doing these tomorrow morning but with wonderful figs instead of pears this time. I’ll let you know how it goes.

  2. Sliced the figs thinly and added them to the butter just long enough to sizzle before pouring in the batter to which I had added a bit of grated nutmeg. Also whipped the softened goat cheese to make it a bit lighter. Delicious!!

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