Pull-apart Pancake Cake.Trhanec.

Because I believe in mornings. I believe, that waking up into a whole new day can bring you anything you wish for. Of course with the right breakfast! :-)

I LOVE breakfast. I think it is the best part of the day. You wake up into a beautiful new day, when anything can happen and when anything is possible. I especially love Sunday mornings, which in my family mean sweet pancake mornings. And that´s how I rule this beautiful sunny Sunday morning.

Today is my last day in Slovakia, I´m travelling to England to explore my new life and new travels. Let me tell you, I am really excited! I´ve been home from Malta since Christmas (doing a lot of amazing things) and now it´s the perfect time for me to move on and start experiencing dufferent beauties of life with my boy again.

There was this family in Malta I´ve met. I was working as a waitress in a restaurant. Among all of the great people I´ve met, this family was special. We used to talk every now and then when I saw them coming into the restaurant. Later on, with a passion in my eyes, I told them a little part of my life story, we exchange emails and stayed in touch. They own a couple of restaurants in England and believe it or not, they offered me and my boy a job. So, with my suitcases packed, flight tickets in my handbag, I´m leaving my home country again. Just in a few hours, we´ll be landing in London and then taking train to Exeter.

So again, everything is about the people you meet, everything is about the chances you take and changes you do. So meet people, talk to people, open your eyes and hearts, try out as many different things in life as possible. And, of course, eat breakfast! :)


Pull-apart Pancake Cake. Trhanec.

1 cup wholewheat flour (I used half graham and half rye flour)
1/2 cup milk
2 tbls oats
2 eggs
1-2 tbls honey
1 tsp baking powder (without phosphates)
1 tsp soda of bicarbonate
pinch of sea salt

Make a batter by mixing the ingredients and pour onto a hot pan, greased with a cold pressed olive oil.
Sprinkle with raisins and wait until bubbles appear (which means that you can turn around the pancake).
Cook the other side until golden brown (ou can split the pancake into 2 halves, which is a easier work to do:), and by using 2 forks, pull apart the pancake into pieces.
Bake for a few more minutes (not too long, you don´t want you pull-apart pancake cake to be dry) and serve with your favourite sauce. I served mine with popppy seed sauce (mix poppy seeds, (soya) milk, honey and a zest of an organic lemon, put over medium heat and cook until hot), dollop of a blackberry jam and walnuts. So messy, so tasty!

Happy Sunday with poppy seeds! :)


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