Honey Cloud Fruit Pancake

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On the weekends when Josh is home we like to make a big breakfast. Something you should know about Josh is that he loves to experiment in the kitchen. He loves to cook fancy things and if someone mentions that it might be difficult to make consider the challenge accepted. Nothing is too hard or takes too long for him. Six hours to make the perfect multi-layer cheesecake, you better believe he’ll do it. Me on the other hand, if I’m hungry for something I want it now. I don’t want to wait til tomorrow. I gravitate towards quick and easy recipes. Here’s one we both had a good time with. It required some skill and timing, but was done in a hurry and very delicious, not a single crumb was left. PINTEREST success!

4 eggs

4 egg whites

1 c warm milk (we did 1/2 c skim, 1/2 c cream in the microwave for a min.)

1 c flour (we used whole wheat white)

1/4 tsp salt

8 tsp honey

1 tsp vanilla

zest of 1 orange

fresh fruit (berries and maybe peaches will work best, bananas turn brown, and the kiwi sort of lost its color and flavor)

  1. Preheat the oven to 390°F
  2. Heat 2 large oven proof frying pans (we used a 10 in. and a 12 in.) stove top over medium heat
  3. In a small bowl beat egg whites until peaks form
  4. In a larger bowl, mix the the whole eggs with honey, vanilla, and orange zest then add flour and salt, and whisk in the warm milk
  5. Gently fold the egg white into the batter with a metal spoon
  6. Spray frying pans with nonstick spray.
  7. Pour the batter into pans and cook on the stove for a few minutes until starting to set at the edge
  8. Sprinkle fruit on top
  9. Bake in the oven for 9 minutes until puffed up and golden
  10. Drizzle with honey and enjoy

Serves 4-6

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