1 cup self-raising flour
1 cup milk
¼ cup sugar
1 can condensed milk
2 bananas, sliced
¼ cup pecans and hazlenuts, crushed
Marscapone or cream
500g frozen mixed berries
1 tsp vanilla paste
Marscapone or cream
- Place all ingredients in a mixing bowl, and whisk until fully incorporated and there are no more lumps.
- Pre-heat a non-stick fry pan on induction setting 6. Once hot, ladle in some pancake mix, making the pancakes as big or small as you like.
- Flip the pancakes when the bubbles are beginning to have more structure, and aren’t popping straight away, approximately 2-3 minutes and then cook for a further 60-90 seconds on the other side.
- Once your pancake is cooked, set aside and continue cooking pancakes until you have no more mixture left.
- Place the unopened tin of condensed milk inside the steam oven. The condensed milk is steamed inside its original tin. Steam at 100°C for 3 hours.
- Once the condensed milk has finished steaming, remove from the steam oven and allow to cool for 15-20 minutes, or until safe to touch. Remove the condensed milk from the tin and you will have a perfect caramel.
- Top the pancakes with caramel sauce, sliced banana, marshmallows and crushed nuts.
- Using a blow torch, toast the marshmallows and then top with extra caramel and marscapone or cream.
- Place the frozen berries, sugar and vanilla into a medium sized saucepan and slowly heat on medium heat, induction setting 5. Cook until they are heated through and you have extracted lots of syrup from the berries.
- Top the pancakes with a generous amount of berries, and finish off with some fresh cream or marscapone.
Hints and tips
- The condensed milk caramel can also be made on the cooktop if you do not have a steam oven. Simply place the tin into a pot of boiling water, and boil for 3 hours. It is imperative that you regularly check the pot and make sure that the tin is fully submerged at all times.
- The caramel can be made ahead of time, and will last for 2-3 weeks in the refrigerator.
- The pancake mix can be multiplied by as much or as little as you like to make the amount necessary.