This recipe for peanut butter pancakes is very special. It is the recipe of American civil rights activist Rosa Parks. The recipe was found among her personal belongings. And what do you know? Ms Parks had a taste for light, fluffy peanut butter pancakes that are superbly delicious.
4 persons | 15 minutes
130 grams of flour
2 tablespoons of baking powder
1/2 tteaspoon of salt
2 tablespoons of sugar
300 ml milk
85 gram Nibble Time Peanut butter creamy
1 tablespoon of oil or butter, for baking
For topping: banana slices, syrup
Rosa Parks was a black American civil rights activist who became famous for her act of resistance in segregated America in 1955. She refused to give up her seat at the back of a bus for white passengers, which was required by law in Alabama. A lawsuit followed, which Parks eventually won.
So you can tell your children that piece of American history while you make these delicious pancakes together. We are sure they will lap up both the history and the pancakes.
Mix the dry ingredients in one bowl and the wet ingredients in another bowl. That is to say: the egg, the milk and the peanut butter.
Mix the wet and dry ingredients briefly with a whisk, until you have a homogeneous pancake batter. Don’t mix for too long or your pancakes will be to chewy.
Heat a small amount of oil in a frying pan and pour in a tablespoon of the pancake batter. Wait for bubbles to form on the surface of the pancake, then turn it over. Allow to cook on the other side and scoop the pancake from the pan.
Serve the peanut butter pancakes with banana slices and a little syrup or molasses. Or chopped banana and some added peanut butter. Enjoy your meal!