Memo with what to eat pancakes

I honestly often forget the stuffing, which cooked pancakes, so I decided to make a post in which as in a notebook will record all of them, so as not to strain your brain each pancake)))

So here’s what I currently have (the list will be updated):

1. The most simple, loving.

• All kinds of jams/preserves,

• Honey,

• Syrup (especially maple),

• Salted caramel,

• Condensed milk + optional ground cardamom (didn’t want to include in the list, but many of her love),

• Chocolate sauce (not purchased, and melted chocolate with milk),

• Nut paste,

• Halva,

• Sour cream,

• Yogurt,

• Different cheese

• Cheese,

• Fish,

• Caviar,

• Fruit/berries.

2. Complicated sweet.

• Poppy-seed filling,

• Vanilla curd with berries, fruit or sauce of them

• Cottage cheese stuffed with nuts, dried fruit and honey/jam,

• Curd with banana/figs,

• Nut filling with dried fruit,

• Homemade Nutella and fruit

• Homemade salted caramel out of dates,

• Fried banana with chocolate and peanut butter,

• Caramelized apples with cinnamon, raisins and nuts,

• Ice cream and berries/fruit sauce

• Fruit or berry toppings on creamy-based

• Pancake cake.

3. More complicated not really sweet or not sweet.

• Cheese type sauce tzatziki,

• Cheese with herbs,

• Cheese/cream cheese with pickled/salted cucumbers and greens,

• Goat cheese and caramelized onion or roasted leeks,

• Goat cheese and spinach,

• Goat cheese, honey, nuts, thyme,

• Cottage cheese/ricotta cheese, honey/jam and nuts

• Blue cheese and pear,

• Carmelitana pear and blue cheese ice cream,

• Baked pumpkin with blue cheese and caramelized onions,

• Baked pumpkin and cream cheese

• Camembert and berry sauce

• Mozzarella and sun-dried tomatoes,

• Different humusy,

• Salmon and cream cheese,

• Herring with pickled onions and fresh Apple

• Mushroom stuffing,

• Mushroom stuffing with chicken,

• Pate and caramelized onions,

• Classic pancakes with meat

• Cheese and meat with mustard sauce

• Baked ham with creamy horseradish and pickled cucumbers,

• Duck with Hoisin sauce,

• Baked crispy bacon and maple syrup.

Let me remind you that recipe for pancakes in which to wrap the filling – here.

All my pancakes can be found in the section of breakfasts here.

Salad with figs and cream cheese for 5 minutes

Just a fucking salad!

Recipe for 2 servings:

1. Dressing “vinaigrette”.

Mix 2-3 tablespoons of unrefined olive oil + 1 tablespoon of balsamic vinegar + 1 tablespoon of lemon juice + 1-2 teaspoons of honey or any neutral sweet syrup into the emulsion (Jerusalem artichoke, for example) + salt and pepper to taste. The sauce should be buttery, spicy sour-sweet.

2. Assemble the salad

Salad mix (50-70g) or any neutral to taste salad (corn, for example) my, dry, pour half the dressing and mix slightly, distribute a generous handful on 2 plates, spread on top of 2-3 very ripe sweet juicy figs, sliced crosswise, then each put in 1-2 tbsp of curd goat cheese, creamcheese or feta/cheese, if it is the consistency like cream cheese and not dry. Throw on top of fried crispy nuts (walnuts or pecans) and pour all that remains of the gas station.

Very tasty!

PS As I roasted nuts, I write here.

Salad with burrata

The burrata can be submitted in a variety of ways, but here’s the fastest:
put on a dish salad leaves, tomatoes, sun-dried tomatoes, the Parma, the Fig, then the cheese and top with olive oil and balsamic cream.
To make the dish in 5 minutes and enjoying the sea!

Cookies made from cashews and figs without eggs and flour


1. 100 gr. dried figs wash, pour clean water for 10 minutes, then beat in a blender with 1/2 H. L. cinnamon and a pinch of nutmeg.

2. while soaking figs, 200 gr. cashews + 2st. L. coconut oil (can be replaced with another vegetable) + 2st.L. syrup (Jerusalem artichoke or Maple+ a pinch of salt beat in a blender until smooth.

3. spread the dough between two sheets of baking paper and roll out an even rectangular cake. Remove the top sheet of paper, put the fig mixture on half of the nut dough retreating from the edge of about 1-2 cm, cover with the second half of the dough, helping yourself to a sheet of paper on which it lies. Carefully seal the edges.

4. Preheat the oven to 180C. Bake for about 10-15 minutes.