My son demanded breakfast this morning….I usually throw a bowl of Maple Granola at him, but we have haven't had any for a while and I really have to make another batch…but this idea had popped into my mind this morning and I had time, and blueberries, so good to go. If you read this blog often, you will know I LOVE yeast and my new passion is fresh yeast…so try and get some, but if not, go ahead and use 1/2 a sachet of dried yeast.
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- 15 Grams fresh yeast
- 300 Grams milk
- 2 Teaspoons sugar
- 300 Grams spelt flour
- 50 Grams plain flour
- Pinches salt
- 2 Handfuls frozen blueberries
- Butter for frying
Place yeast, milk and sugar into Thermomix bowl and warm 2 min/37ºC/speed 2.
Add flour and salt and blend 10 sec/speed 4. Allow to activate in Thermomix bowl whilst you go do something else…(shower, water the garden, get your nails done!)
When the mixture is nice and bubbly, heat a frypan on Induction 6-7 for around 5 minutes.
Dollop some butter onto the pan and melt, coating the pan equally.
Place large ladles of mixture onto the hot pan and then top with a few blueberries. (This is easier with frozen blueberries, the fresh ones will cook too fast.) Spread a little more mixture over the top of the blueberries, just to seal the berries in.
Flip and cook the other side.
Serve hot with toppings of choice….
Fruit and/or fruit syrup
Lemon juice and fine sugar
Ricotta cheese whipped with vanilla and a little sugar or honey
Real Maple syrup
Chocolate shavings and whipped cream
…do I need to continue? Enjoy!