The Love Shack

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Discworld Pancakes
Banana pancakes with a brown sugar maple creme anglaise. I got a lot of really great suggestions for these. Shout out to everyone who pitched in/reblogged, I really appreciate it guys. Teeming with ideas, I have decided this will definitely not be the only Discworld recipe.
I borrowed from the idea of Nanny Ogg’s special sauce for the pancakes, but I have to be careful of copyright since an actual cookbook does exist. I decided to use brown sugar to compliment the bananas and as a sort’ve nod to the treacle which I could not find and honestly didn’t feel like making at the moment. The sauce came out a bit thicker than I was expecting, but I think everything came out really tasty.

I don’t usually do this, but I’m reblogging this because I’m so proud of it. (I’ve only made my own pancakes once before this and they were terrible)

villageluvwitch:

Discworld Pancakes

Banana pancakes with a brown sugar maple creme anglaise. I got a lot of really great suggestions for these. Shout out to everyone who pitched in/reblogged, I really appreciate it guys. Teeming with ideas, I have decided this will definitely not be the only Discworld recipe.

I borrowed from the idea of Nanny Ogg’s special sauce for the pancakes, but I have to be careful of copyright since an actual cookbook does exist. I decided to use brown sugar to compliment the bananas and as a sort’ve nod to the treacle which I could not find and honestly didn’t feel like making at the moment. The sauce came out a bit thicker than I was expecting, but I think everything came out really tasty.

I don’t usually do this, but I’m reblogging this because I’m so proud of it. (I’ve only made my own pancakes once before this and they were terrible)

Filed under reblogging sorry not sorry proud happy pancakes banana food breakfast creme anglaise maple discworld terry pratchett nanny ogg

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Discworld Pancakes
Banana pancakes with a brown sugar maple creme anglaise. I got a lot of really great suggestions for these. Shout out to everyone who pitched in/reblogged, I really appreciate it guys. Teeming with ideas, I have decided this will definitely not be the only Discworld recipe.
I borrowed from the idea of Nanny Ogg’s special sauce for the pancakes, but I have to be careful of copyright since an actual cookbook does exist. I decided to use brown sugar to compliment the bananas and as a sort’ve nod to the treacle which I could not find and honestly didn’t feel like making at the moment. The sauce came out a bit thicker than I was expecting, but I think everything came out really tasty.

Discworld Pancakes

Banana pancakes with a brown sugar maple creme anglaise. I got a lot of really great suggestions for these. Shout out to everyone who pitched in/reblogged, I really appreciate it guys. Teeming with ideas, I have decided this will definitely not be the only Discworld recipe.

I borrowed from the idea of Nanny Ogg’s special sauce for the pancakes, but I have to be careful of copyright since an actual cookbook does exist. I decided to use brown sugar to compliment the bananas and as a sort’ve nod to the treacle which I could not find and honestly didn’t feel like making at the moment. The sauce came out a bit thicker than I was expecting, but I think everything came out really tasty.

Filed under food breakfast pancakes banana creme anglaise maple syrup homemade experiment cookbook project discworld terry pratchett nanny ogg

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Ginger Apricot Scones with Ginger Saffron Glaze
Introducing the fierce Lannister Scones from the Game of Scones Collection. These are so tender and buttery and just friggin delicious. There’s a light ginger flavor with the sweet/tart dried apricots cutting through the rich butteriness. I am in love with these, I’m so happy these came out on the first try.

Ginger Apricot Scones with Ginger Saffron Glaze

Introducing the fierce Lannister Scones from the Game of Scones Collection. These are so tender and buttery and just friggin delicious. There’s a light ginger flavor with the sweet/tart dried apricots cutting through the rich butteriness. I am in love with these, I’m so happy these came out on the first try.

Filed under food breakfast snack pastry baked goods scones game of scones lannister apricot ginger saffron homemade handmade experimenting cookbook project yummy