She Added Some Champagne & Strawberries. The Result is the Best Comfort Food Ever.

Nothing can be more savory than having a lively cup of coffee together with good old pancakes in the morning. Pancakes are oh so delicious and everybody wants them! Well for this girl, she wants her pancakes bubbly, fluffy, and tangy. Yeah you can have those sweet syrups if you want but for her, adding something in the pancake will surely make a boozy morning!

She consider this pancake “the pancake for special occasions”. It is filled with good stuffs like flour, sugar, eggs, buttermilk and most importantly champagne! Yes you’ve heard it right! That sweet kicky sparkling wine can turn your ordinary mornings into vibrant sunrise.

 

The recipe calls for ordinary ingredients just like your normal pancakes, but with the addition of champagne. It makes the pancakes more fluffy and puffy.

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These champagne pancakes yields greater texture and zest with a little kick from the wine.

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Coupled with thick and smooth strawberry sauce, which is infused with champagne as well, it gives an added tart flavor perfect for grown-up adults.

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You can use Brut champagne but you can likewise alter the recipe and incorporate Sec, Demi-Sec or Doux champagne, whatever fancy your taste buds.

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Top it up with additional fruits such as berries and bananas, then you’re good to go my dear friend! Just make separate pancakes for the kids 🙂

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Yummy and err tipsy mornings? Just a dash will do!

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Sometimes, it’s nice to eat comfort foods such as pancakes as if we’re still toddlers and kids freely playing around. But why not give your fav-kiddo food a big grown up twist like this champagne pancakes! Just don’t overdo it ok, remember that you still need to go to the office after eating! Share this boozy breakfast with your friends and prepare some for the weekend!


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