Pancakes Stuffed With Nutella: The Best Pancakes I’ve Ever Had
I love pancakes. I love Nutella. And when you put those two together, you get the most amazing breakfast ever! These Nutella Stuffed Pancakes are so simple to make, but they will make your morning even more special.
To cook, preheat the griddle to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Make sure your griddle is hot before you pour on the pancake batter. Also make sure your pan is clean and free of grease, so that you won’t have any problems flipping these bad boys later in the process.
Melt butter in small bowl in microwave.
- Melt butter in a small bowl. A large bowl won’t fit into your microwave and you don’t want to leave it out for too long, but if you’re making pancakes for just one person, there’s no need to use an entire stick of butter either!
- Don’t overdo it with the amount of melted butter; only melt enough that your pancake batter will be able to absorb it easily. If you have any left over, save it for later—you can always add more during assembly if necessary!
Place eggs, flour, sugar, baking powder and salt in a large bowl. Mix well.
Add the eggs first then add the flour second. Then add the sugar third followed by the baking powder fourth and finally salt last.
Finally add vanilla extract last to finish off these pancakes!
Pour the milk into the egg mixture slowly and combine completely.
Now that you’ve got all the ingredients ready, it’s time to combine them. Pour the milk into the egg mixture slowly and combine completely.
- Don’t add too much milk or it’ll make your pancake batter way too runny!
- Don’t add too little milk or else you’ll have a bunch of pancakes that are more like crackers than pancakes!
- If you’re feeling extra adventurous, go ahead and mix in some Nutella (but not too much).
- You can also try adding some sugar for fun, but I’d advise against going overboard with this one.
Brush griddle with melted butter.
If you’re using a griddle:
Brush the cooking surface with melted butter. Use a pastry brush to apply a thin layer of melted butter to the griddle, making sure to cover both sides of it. It’s easiest if you use one of those silicone brushes with long, soft bristles—they’re easy to clean and store (no drips!), and they don’t absorb as much heat as regular ones do. Just be careful not to soak them in water when cleaning them because then they’ll get moldy!
Spoon 1/4 cup of batter onto griddle.
This recipe is simple, straightforward and has only six ingredients. We’re talking two bowls and one large griddle—you could probably make this on an open fire in the wilderness if you had to. There are a couple of things to keep in mind when making these pancakes:
- Use a measuring cup or something similar to get your batter right. Don’t overfill the cups or it will spill out and cause messes on your pan!
Bake for about 30 seconds until pancake just begins to bubble on top.
- Flip the pancake and bake for an additional 30 seconds, or until pancake just begins to bubble on top.
- Check the underside of the pancake for color and texture: If it is dark brown or black (which means it is too done), remove it immediately; if it is pale yellow, return to oven for another 15, 20 seconds until light golden brown.
Place one teaspoon of Nutella Spread
Now it’s time to make this recipe your own. We know you’re probably thinking about all the ways you can use Nutella in your cooking, which is why we want to give you some ideas.
- Nutella stuffed pancakes are a great way to add a sweet touch and make them extra special.
- You can use Nutella as a filling for crepes, or spread it on apples for dessert! The possibilities are endless!
Cook second side until golden brown.
Use a spatula to flip it over, then cook until golden brown on both sides. Once your pancake is done cooking and has cooled slightly, use a spatula to remove it from the griddle and place it on a plate.
These pancakes are delicious! They can be eaten for breakfast or dessert and are a perfect treat for the whole family. If you want to expand your pancake repertoire, try some of my other recipes like Blueberry Pancakes and Buttermilk Pancakes.
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