Raspberry Nutella Pancakes

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Happy World Nutella Day everyone! Who knew we needed a day to celebrate Nutella?  I mean, it should be celebrated, it's bloody delicious.  There's hardly a day goes by where I don't help myself to a heaping spoonful straight from the jar.  As yummy as it is scraped out of the tub and shoved directly into my mouth, Nutella is one of my very favourite ingredients to bake with.  Warm and sticky, swirled into a banana bread or brownies, there really is little in the world that can make me happier. That was until I made these raspberry Nutella pancakes.

Raspberry Nutella pancakes for World Nutella Day

I thought I'd kill two birds with one stone with this one, not only is it World Nutella Day today, but Pancake Day is fast approaching. Is it even Pancake Day if there's not a jar of Nutella on the table?

Raspberry Nutella pancakes for World Nutella Day

Raspberry Nutella pancakes for World Nutella Day

What is your favourite pancake filling? Are you a Nutella fiend or do you prefer a sprinkle of sugar and squeeze of lemon? As long as I have a jar of Nutella and a tin of Golden Syrup, I'm a happy camper.

Raspberry Nutella pancakes for World Nutella Day

If you fancy a bit more Nutella in your baking repertoire check out these recipes: Nutella Swirl Cookies / Nutella Melting Middle Cookies / Nutella Stuffed French Toast / Nutella and Raspberry Fondants 


Raspberry Nutella Pancakes


Ingredients:
  • 150ml whole milk
  • 4tbsp Nutella
  • 2tbsp unsalted butter, melted
  • 1 large, free range egg
  • 3tbsp caster sugar
  • 100g plain flour
  • 2tbsp cocoa powder
  • 1tsp baking powder
  • 100g raspberries, roughly chopped
  • 1 jar of Nutella to serve
  • 1 jar of good quality raspberry jam to serve
  • 100g raspberries to serve
Cooking Directions:
  1. In a small saucepan heat the milk and Nutella, constantly stirring until the Nutella has melted into the milk. Allow to cool slightly then mix in the melted butter, egg and sugar.
  2. Slowly add the flour, cocoa and baking powder to the dry ingredients, mixing all the time to make a smooth batter. Stir in the raspberries.
  3. Heat a large frying pan and generously wipe with butter, turn the heat down to medium low. Spoon 2 heaping tablespoons of the batter per pancake into the hot pan. Cook until bubbles start to appear on the surface of the pancake, flip over and cook for another minute before transferring to a plate. Keep the finished pancakes in a warm oven while you make the rest.
  4. To serve stack the pancakes and spread alternate layers with 1tbsp of Nutella and 1tbsp of raspberry jam. Decorate with fresh raspberries and serve.
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17 comments

  1. How was I not aware that World Nutella Day was a thing?! I have definitely been missing out! Your pancakes look utterly delectable and you can be sure that I'll be recreating this recipe! Your photography is absolutely stunning as well, I always struggle with food photography so hats off to you for this!

    Abbey x

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  2. You know, I was so busy drooling, I forgot what I was supposed to be doing (as in reading the post). Wow, such amazing shots. Beautiful. And my boys would chop off their right arm for one of these - they love Nutella but I only let them have it for a treat. Might need to surprise them with these, though. Pinned x

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  3. Oh that looks amazing! My son is obsessed with pancakes (as in I have to make them EVERY Saturday and Sunday) but I don't think I've ever introduced him to Nutella? I need to fix that one quickly ;)

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  4. I really do like the combination of Nutella and raspberry, looks very tasty

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  5. How did I miss Nutella day?!?! These pancakes look absolutely amazing... Trouble is my daughters would expect me to share and I wouldn't want to x x

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  6. Oo now these sound incredible! Nutella and fresh berries is one of my favourite combinations :)

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  7. My daughter is Nutella obsessed so she will love this recipe. I'll have to make it for her on pancake day (thanks for the little reminder haha!)

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  8. I had no idea there was actually a day to celebrate Nutella!! These pancakes look absolutely delicious. Kaz

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  9. Ohh dear, looking at the pictures makes me drool and imagine this pancake in my table. I think if its being offered on me, couldn't resist to eat it!

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  10. These look amazing. I love nutella so these will be my pancake day tea for sure.

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  11. These look so droolworthy that its making me hungry. The combonation of taspberries and nutella sound wonderful.

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  12. Nutella day !!! I never knew ! These look absolutely delicious. I'd love to give them a try but I've a feeling I'd eat the whole lot !!!

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  13. World Nutella Day could be everyday for me - I bloody love the stuff! And these pancakes look amazing x

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  14. Oh my god, these are everything! The flavors, YES. the presentation, HELL YES. Thank you for making me smile (and making me hungry)!

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  15. Oh wow! Those look lush! I bet they taste amazing!!

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  16. Oh no!!! Please don't do this to me! I can eat a jar of nutella in one sitting (but don't tell anyone!). These pancakes look amazing, I'll be trying them out on Tuesday.

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  17. Yes to everything about this. I love the combo!! Savory and yummy!

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Thank you for your comments :)

Katie xo

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