Gin Pancakes Recipe

Gin Pancakes Recipe
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I just thought I’d like to make a gin pancakes recipe one day, being a fan of all things juniper. So I did some experimenting – and here it is. Boozy pancakes. It is boozy, too, because there’s no cooking or heating involved at all (thus the alcohol is not destroyed – yay)!

The recipe is for a glaze to serve with the pancakes, and contains only 3 ingredients. Just squeeze, stir and spread on. Pancake day might be a little merrier from now on… and it makes a great pudding at any time too.

Makes enough for 2-3 pancakes. Simply multiply the quantities, and follow the same steps, to make more.

Ingredients for this gin pancakes recipe

  • Lemon juice, freshly squeezed, 1 tbsp
  • Gin, 1 tbsp
  • Icing sugar, 4 tbsp

Equipment

How to make gin pancakes

  • Put the lemon juice and gin into a bowl. Sift in the icing sugar, and stir well. (If small lumps appear, don’t worry; they’ll soon disappear again once the juice and alcohol get to work.)
  • That’s it! Spread a thin layer onto a pancake, roll it up – and watch it disappear.

Serve with a gin and tonic on the side!

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