25 Best Pancake Toppings (2022)

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Brighten up your dull mornings with pancakes loaded with fun, colorful, and lip-smacking toppings!

If you have a sweet-tooth like me, Sunday mornings are never complete without a high stack of flapjacks for breakfast.

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I mean, who can say no to warm, fluffy, and buttery pancakes? These sweet hotcakes are heaven in a bite. They’re a breeze to make, to boot, making them such an ideal breakfast item.

Plus, it’s so easy to add personality to pancakes, too! Whether it’s classic, creative, sweet, or savory flavors, the possibilities are endless.

I consider myself a pancake topping expert, so I’ve got you covered. These pancake toppings are great on their own, but you can also mix and match to create even more spectacular combos!

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1. Maple Syrup

I don’t know about you, but with pancake toppings, nothing stacks up to classic maple syrup. You can’t go wrong by drizzling this sweet and sticky syrup all over those warm cakes!

Drenched in maple syrup, every pancake bite will be guaranteed perfection.

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2. Fresh Fruit

Want a refreshing topping for hot pancakes? How about some fresh fruit?

The keyword here is fresh. The freshest, ripest fruits will elevate your pancakes to new heights!

And it doesn’t even matter what fruit you pick. Whether it’s slices of sweet bananas, juicy peaches, or tart kiwi, fruits and pancakes are always a hit.

Or how about a combo of flavors? Feel free to let your creative juices flow!

Whatever fruit/s you choose, be sure to arrange the slices nicely for a prettier presentation. Trust me, nothing is more appetizing than neatly layered mango slices on top of your pancakes!

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3. Whipped Cream

I have another classic topping up next: whipped cream. Mildly sweet and super creamy, it’s the perfect addition to your fluffy flapjacks.

While canned whipped cream is perfect for when you’re in a rush, nothing beats fresh. So, if you have time, whip your own batch!

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Homemade whipped cream is so easy to pull off. All you need is whipping cream and a mixer! And it’s a million times lighter, fresher, and tastier than Cool Whip.

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4. Fresh Berries

Whether it’s strawberries, blueberries, cranberries, blackberries, or raspberries – berries are the ultimate pancake topping.

Berries make pancakes even more fabulous than they already are! Not only do they add a juicy burst of flavor to every bite, but they’re also colorful and nutritious.

You even have the freedom to add berries post-cooking or into the pancake batter itself. For the most ultimate, berry-packed pancakes, do both!

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5. Bananas and Chocolate Chips

We already know that bananas make a wonderful pancake topping. Not only do they add sweetness to the dish, but they’re packed with potassium and protein, too.

Bananas and pancakes are the perfect breakfast combo to get you going.

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But you know what makes pancakes and bananas even more delightful? Add morsels of chocolate chips on top! Bananas and chocolate are such an iconic duo. They pair together perfectly!

Pancakes, bananas, and chocolate chips will give you such a powerful explosion of flavor and texture.

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6. Nutella

Now, this one’s a no-brainer! Sweet, creamy, and hazelnutty, Nutella is one of the easiest ways to elevate your pancakes. Spreading it all over your cakes will make the most stunningly sweet breakfast-dessert!

The only downside to this topping is the calories. It’s impossible to have just one serving of Nutella pancakes! Consider yourself warned.

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7. Blueberry Sauce

Got a hankering for blueberry pancakes, but all you have is frozen blueberries? Well, then make the next best thing: a blueberry sauce.

It’s sweet, sticky, and it looks stunning drizzled all over those flapjacks.

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8. Nuts

Add a crunch to your tender pancakes with some nuts. Whether it’s cashews, almonds, walnuts, hazelnuts, macadamias, or pecans, nuts taste great with pancakes, so pick your favorite!

Aside from that lovely crunchy contrast, nuts also add a creamy flavor to your pancakes. They’re nutritious too, so go nuts!

Just a tip: be sure to toast the nuts for 1-2 minutes beforehand. Toasting releases more flavor and aroma in the nuts, making them even tastier than before.

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9. Ice Cream

Pancakes and ice cream: it’s every kid’s dream!

Apart from the flavor and pop of color, ice cream also provides a contrast in temperature, giving you that perfect balance of hot and cold.

And there’s no one perfect ice cream flavor here, so just pick whichever one’s your favorite! Chocolate, vanilla, and strawberry are popular choices.

Personally, though, I love butter pecan with pancakes. Its nutty and buttery flavor complements the cakes magnificently.

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10. Fruit Compote

Want fruit and syrup on your pancakes? Well, I suggest a fruit compote!

Sure, fresh fruits on flapjacks are always great, but sometimes they can be too tart. Fruit compotes have all the fruity goodness, but they’re much sweeter.

They’re like fruit and syrup combined, which is perfect for pancakes!

And if you think fruit compotes require expert cooking skills, think again. For instance, a blueberry compote only requires you to cook blueberries, sugar, water, and lemon juice in a saucepan. In 10 minutes, it’s done!

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11. Blueberry Syrup

Boil frozen blueberries, sugar, cornstarch, lemon juice, and water, and what do you get? This sweet, luscious, blueberry syrup!

Not only is blueberry syrup sweet and tart, but it’s also good for the body. Loaded with vitamins A and C, these tiny berries are definitely big on both flavor and nutrition.

And oh, that deep and gorgeous color. It adds such a stunning contrast to the cream-colored pancakes.

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12. Strawberry Syrup

Apart from blueberry syrup, strawberry syrup also makes a fabulous topping to pancakes. The tartness of the red berries plus the sweetness of the sauce gives the most wonderful balance of flavors to your flapjacks.

And yes, you can definitely make your very own strawberry syrup! All you need are strawberries, sugar, water, and a saucepan. Done in just 10 minutes, this syrup could not be easier to make.

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13. Caramel Sauce

Okay, so I may be biased here, but caramel sauce is the perfect topping for pancakes. There, I said it. And I won’t take it back!

There are just so many things I love about caramel sauce. The combination of butter and sugar gives it such a unique sweet flavor that you can’t get anywhere else.

Plus, its lusciously thick yet silky smooth consistency is absolutely to die for.

And then, when you mix it with a little bit of salt? Oh my goodness, you won’t believe the difference it makes! You’ll get this irresistible sweet and salty combo that is just phenomenal.

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You can end there, but you can also add more elegance to it by adding a bit of bourbon. The simple infusion gives it such a deeper, more wonderful flavor!

And drizzled all over pancakes? It’s so good, I can eat it every day!

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14. Jams

Just imagine jam-filled donuts, but instead of donuts, we’re using pancakes. That’s what this combination is all about! Because who has the time to make donuts from scratch?!

Tart, sweet, and fruity jam slathered generously on top or in between pancakes sounds incredible, doesn’t it? And it’s so much easier than making donuts, too!

All the sweet, fluffy donut goodness, minus the effort. Now that’s what I call the perfect breakfast!

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15. Peanut Butter

Peanut butter and pancakes? Holy moly, how rich and creamy!

It’s the perfect topping if you love a bit of saltiness and nuttiness to your pancakes. So go ahead, smear your pancakes with your favorite peanut butter for the ultimate breakfast experience.

Peanut butter can be a little too thick, though. To make things easier, melt it in the microwave with corn syrup or honey for 30 seconds, and you’ll transform it into an irresistible syrup.

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16. Bacon

I mean, how can you ever go wrong with pancakes and bacon? It’s the perfect combo of sweet, savory, tender, and crispy! It doesn’t get much better than this.

Bacon is already a spectacular topping to pancakes, but when you drizzle it with maple syrup? Oh my. It creates that sweet and salty combo we all can’t get enough of.

I also like topping bacon with grated cheese and scallions for the most mouth-watering savory breakfast.

Whichever route you choose, one thing’s for sure: everything tastes better with bacon.

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17. Apple Butter

Sure, butter tastes amazing with pancakes. But if you want to give your cakes the ultimate fall flavor, slather them with apple butter instead!

There’s just something about apple butter that’s so cozy and heartwarming. The combination of sweet apples and warm spices is so irresistible!

Apple butter on top of pancakes is comfort food at its finest.

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18. Sausage

Savory sausage: it’s the smoky, meaty goodness you need in your pancakes.

Sausage is a great way to give your pancakes a little extra kick. You can use whole links for this, but I prefer crumbles because I like the crunchiness they add to the pancakes!

Oh, and I also highly recommend drizzling maple syrup over the sausage, too. It creates a sweet and savory combo that’s just way too good.

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19. Fried Apples

Fresh apples fried in butter, sugar, and cinnamon are pure ecstasy on their own. But pairing them with fluffy pancakes will definitely take you to eternal bliss.

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20. Burger Patty

Have you ever tried making a hamburger out of pancakes? If you haven’t, now is the time!

What’s not to love? A juicy burger patty in between two sweet and fluffy pancakes makes the ultimate breakfast feast! And don’t forget to drizzle it with maple syrup, too, for even more lip-smacking goodness.

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21. Salsa

This might seem weird, but wait until you’ve tried it. Salsa and pancakes work well together!

You’ll need one tiny bit of modification, though. Instead of regular pancakes, make sweet corn pancakes instead. It’s what makes this combo so good!

The sweetness of the corn plus the tanginess of the salsa is just fantastic. Plus, the crunch of the corn and the salsa adds a nice texture contrast as well.

Shredded cheese on top makes this combo even more delightful. Ooh-la-la!

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22. Fried Chicken

I mean, fried chicken tastes amazing with waffles, so why not pair it with pancakes? Together, chicken and pancakes make the most drool-worthy, sweet and savory, tender and crispy breakfast.

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Drizzled in sweet maple syrup or savory hollandaise sauce, you really can’t ask for more.

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23. Crushed Candy Bars

I’m talking about Heath, Reese’s, and Snickers here. In fact, whatever your favorite candy bar is, just crush it into small pieces and sprinkle the pieces all over your pancakes.

It’s definitely an indulgent breakfast, so you may want to reserve this for a special occasion!

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24. Chocolate

Chocolate chips, chocolate shards, chocolate syrup, chocolate spread — chocolate, in any form, tastes awesome with pancakes!

And whether you drizzle or spread it on top, or infuse it into the pancake batter itself, you can’t go wrong. Chocolate and pancakes together are pure love.

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25. Fried Eggs

Last on our list is another iconic pancake pairing. A fried egg, with that perfectly runny yolk, is everything you need to make your pancakes savory and hearty.

It may be a simple addition, but it makes a heck of a difference. I mean, just picture that golden yolk as it drizzles down the layers of pancake goodness. It’s pure heaven!

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FAQs

What is the most popular pancake topping? ›

What Are The Most Popular Pancake Toppings? According to the study, the most popular topping is the combination of lemon and sugar, followed by maple syrup and chocolate (Nutella). Bacon is also on the list as the best savory topping.

What is your favorite thing to put on pancakes? ›

Chocolate chips, chocolate shards, chocolate syrup, chocolate spread — chocolate, in any form, tastes awesome with pancakes! And whether you drizzle or spread it on top, or infuse it into the pancake batter itself, you can't go wrong. Chocolate and pancakes together are pure love.

What can I put on top of pancakes Besides syrup? ›

If you love a sweet drizzle, reach for honey instead of maple syrup. Slightly thicker and milder than maple syrup, honey atop pancakes is delicious served with butter, fruit and nuts. Drizzle it on the best pancakes recipe.

Can a diabetic have a pancake? ›

Pancakes

In fact, it's one of the foods to avoid for diabetics. The carbs and sugar can quickly increase your blood sugar levels, and there's no fibre or protein to keep you fuller for longer.

What is the UK's Favourite pancake topping? ›

Brits rank lemon and sugar as the nation's FAVOURITE pancake topping! What's yours? With an epic 34% of the vote, the UK stuck to their traditional taste buds and went for lemon and sugar! It's officially the ultimate British pancake.

Can you put butter on pancakes? ›

Butter is a beautiful thing; it will make a good pancake taste better, and it's the only thing I'll use to grease my griddle. Oils break down in high heat, so that's no good, and besides, you have to deal with the flavor that oil gives the pancake. Butter goes with every pancake I make, so it's my safety fat. Plus.

What can you add to pancake mix? ›

Perk up boxed pancake mix by adding a dash of baking soda, lemon juice, vanilla and sugar. For maple flavor, add a small splash of maple syrup to the pancake batter. For a sweet-and-spicy touch, sprinkle some vanilla and cinnamon into the batter.

What can I use in place of syrup? ›

Top 14 Substitutes for Maple Syrup
  • Honey. With a similar consistency and sweetness, honey is the perfect healthy substitute for maple syrup in baking. ...
  • White or Brown Sugar Syrup. ...
  • Agave Nectar. ...
  • Molasses. ...
  • Corn Syrup. ...
  • Brown Rice Syrup. ...
  • Buttermilk Syrup. ...
  • Yacon Syrup.
27 Sept 2021

What's a healthy alternative to maple syrup? ›

Brown rice syrup can be used in place of maple syrup in a 3:4 ratio. So, for every 1 cup of maple syrup, substitute ¾ cup of brown rice syrup.

Is honey healthier than maple syrup? ›

One nutritional advantage that honey has over maple syrup is that honey has no fat. That said, maple syrup's fat is very minimal, just 0.1 gram of fat per tablespoon. Another advantage of honey over maple syrup is that honey offers more vitamins — B-6 and C — while maple syrup lacks this vitamin profile.

What should your A1c be at 80 years old? ›

ORGANIZATION'S GUIDELINES. The Endocrine Society suggests an A1c from 7 percent to 7.5 percent for the healthiest older people, depending on whether they're taking drugs that can cause hypoglycemia.

Do Brits eat pancakes? ›

For the majority of Brits, Shrove Tuesday is synonymous with pancakes. It's one of the few days of the year when pretty much everyone in the UK eats the same meal for dinner (or just for dessert, after a perfectly balanced dinner, if you're a bit more respectable).

How healthy is eating pancakes? ›

Vitamins and Minerals

A serving of pancakes is a good source of phosphorus and calcium, with 20 percent and 18 percent of the daily recommended intake, respectively. This makes pancakes a smart option for boosting bone strength and your body's ability to make RNA and DNA.

Can pancakes be a dessert? ›

American-style pancakes are also popular. They are eaten for breakfast or as a dessert, with lemon juice and sugar, butter and maple syrup, fruits (sometimes stewed) such as strawberries and cream, ice cream, or mascarpone.

What is the healthiest thing to put on a pancake top? ›

Fresh Fruit

One of the easiest and healthy pancake toppings are fresh fruit. They're rich in nutrients and pack a lot of sweet flavors too. Toss your favorite berries on your pancakes to enjoy summer's naturally sweet flavors.

Is pancakes good to eat after workout? ›

Pancakes or Cereal

The worst foods to eat after a workout are simple carbs without protein and fat. This will make your “blood sugar will go really high and then crash and make you feel worse and hungrier,” says Juliet Burgh.

When should you eat protein pancakes? ›

You can eat these pancakes for breakfast, as a pre-workout snack, or before bedtime to fill up your energy reserves for the night. Because they are mainly protein and slowly-digested carbs, they will provide energy to your muscles for several hours after you eat them without spiking your blood sugar.

What do Americans put on their pancakes? ›

Easy, American-style, fluffy pancakes are great for feeding a crowd at breakfast or brunch. Top with something sweet like fruit, jam or syrup, or rashers of crispy bacon.
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American pancakes.
NutrientUnit
fibre2g
protein13g
salt1.25g
5 more rows

Are pancakes better with butter or oil? ›

Butter tastes great, but it browns too quickly on the high heat of your skillet to be useful for making pancakes. A good pancake requires a fat with a higher smoke point—such as canola oil, shortening, coconut oil or even ghee or clarified butter.

Does IHOP use real butter? ›

3. Cut Out the Fat. IHOP doesn't use butter or oil on its griddle, because butter can give the pancake that webbed, lacy look, instead of a uniformly golden brown 'cake. If you need a little fat to keep the pancakes from sticking, Grimm suggests rubbing a little Crisco on a cold pan with a paper towel.

Why do restaurant pancakes taste better? ›

That's because when the liquid ingredients in a batch of batter are warm or room temperature, they cause a chemical reaction by raising the temperature of the gluten in the flour, which gives a springy quality to the 'cakes a little too soon.

Is it better to add milk or water to pancake mix? ›

Milk not only adds flavor, but the milk fat is necessary for tender, moist pancakes. Plain water just won't give the same results. Milk can also be added in place of water in the "complete" mixes for a thicker texture.

Can you put honey on pancakes? ›

Honey goes great on all your sweet breakfast treats–pancakes, waffles, french toast–and it also goes perfectly with a bowl of yogurt and granola, or with your oatmeal.

Which is better agave or maple syrup? ›

When it comes to agave vs maple syrup, both have their pros and cons. Agave syrup is lower in calories and sugar, but higher in fructose. Maple syrup, however, is higher in calories and sugar, but lower in fructose. Maple syrup also contains more vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants than agave does.

What is maple sugar urine disease? ›

Maple syrup urine disease (MSUD) is a rare but serious inherited condition. It means the body cannot process certain amino acids (the "building blocks" of protein), causing a harmful build-up of substances in the blood and urine. Normally, our bodies break down protein foods such as meat and fish into amino acids.

What is the healthiest sugar? ›

Brown sugar is definitely a healthier option than refined white sugar. It is processed in a completely natural way to maintain as much of the sugarcane's natural nutrition as possible, including vitamins and minerals.

Are dates healthier than maple syrup? ›

A tablespoon of date syrup contains more than twice the potassium, calcium, and magnesium levels of maple syrup or honey, with up to 10 times the antioxidants.

What can I eat in place of sugar? ›

Common sugar substitutes and sweeteners
  • Maple syrup. Type: Natural sweetener. ...
  • Date paste. Type: Natural sweetener. ...
  • Honey. ...
  • Coconut sugar. ...
  • Agave nectar. ...
  • Monk fruit extracts (brand names: Nectresse, PureLo) ...
  • Stevia extracts (brand names: Pure Via, Truvia, SweetLeaf) ...
  • Xylitol (brand names: XyloSweet, Ideal, PolySweet)
18 Oct 2021

Does honey spike blood sugar? ›

That means honey (like all carbohydrates) raises blood sugar quickly, but not quite as fast as sugar. Still, it's not a big difference. There's not likely to be a benefit to swapping sugar for honey if you have diabetes, since they affect your blood sugar in similar ways.

Can diabetics have honey? ›

Generally, there's no advantage to substituting honey for sugar in a diabetes eating plan. Both honey and sugar will affect your blood sugar level. Honey is sweeter than granulated sugar, so you might use a smaller amount of honey for sugar in some recipes.

Can diabetics have maple syrup? ›

Maple syrup is often dubbed as one of the safest sugar substitutes for diabetics.

What is the highest A1C ever recorded? ›

They do, however, report that Michael Patrick Buonocore survived a blood glucose (BG) level of 2,656 milligrams per deciliter (mg/dL) upon admittance to the ER in March 2008 in East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania.

What drink lowers blood sugar? ›

Drinking water regularly may rehydrate the blood, lower blood sugar levels, and reduce diabetes risk ( 20 , 21 ). Keep in mind that water and other zero-calorie drinks are best.

How can I get my A1C down quickly? ›

7 Ways to Improve Your A1C
  1. Exercise. Physical activity helps your body use insulin more efficiently, so it can better process the glucose in your blood. ...
  2. Eat Right. ...
  3. Take Medications as Prescribed. ...
  4. Manage Your Stress. ...
  5. Stick to a Schedule. ...
  6. Drink in Moderation. ...
  7. Monitor Your Numbers.

What bread can diabetics eat? ›

The American Diabetes Association recommends choosing whole grain bread or 100 percent whole wheat bread instead of white bread. White bread is made from highly processed white flour and added sugar. Here are some delicious and healthy breads to try: Joseph's Flax, Oat Bran and Wheat Pita Bread.

What kind of cereal can a diabetic eat? ›

“My favorite breakfast cereal recommendation for people with diabetes is a high-fiber, low-sugar option such as bran flakes,” says Palinski-Wade. With 5 grams of fiber per serving, this type of cereal contains 19 grams of net carbs per ¾ cup serving, making it lower in carbohydrates than many breakfast cereals.

What fruits to avoid if you are diabetic? ›

However, fruit can also be high in sugar. People with diabetes must keep a watchful eye on their sugar intake to avoid blood sugar spikes.
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These include:
  • apples.
  • apricots.
  • avocados.
  • bananas.
  • blackberries.
  • blueberries.
  • cantaloupes.
  • cherries.
29 Mar 2021

What can I drink before bed to lower my blood sugar? ›

A: Drinking apple cider vinegar at bedtime can help diabetic people control their blood glucose levels. A diabetic patient should take one teaspoon of apple cider vinegar in warm water before sleep. It can also aid in the regulation of fasting blood sugar levels in the morning.

What time should diabetics stop eating? ›

Eating food 'at the right time of day'

One study participant, who also took part in an 8-week follow-up study, agreeing to restrict his meals so that they would all fall into the 9:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. time slot, notes that he has found the experiment helpful.

What cheeses are best for diabetics? ›

If you love cheese, opt for Brie, Edam and reduced fat-hard cheeses, eg 'lighter Cheddar', which are lower in fat compared to Blue cheeses, such as stilton and regular hard cheeses, but remember they still are high in fat and saturated fat so keep an eye on that portion size.

What can I use instead of maple syrup in pancakes? ›

Honey. If you're looking for a quick and easy substitution for maple syrup that's comparable in sweetness and texture, a drizzle of honey will do the trick.

What can I use instead of syrup? ›

Top 14 Substitutes for Maple Syrup
  • Honey. With a similar consistency and sweetness, honey is the perfect healthy substitute for maple syrup in baking. ...
  • White or Brown Sugar Syrup. ...
  • Agave Nectar. ...
  • Molasses. ...
  • Corn Syrup. ...
  • Brown Rice Syrup. ...
  • Buttermilk Syrup. ...
  • Yacon Syrup.
27 Sept 2021

Which country is famous for pancakes? ›

1. France – Crêpes. You can't possibly make a list of the world's best pancakes and not include France. Crêpes are unavoidable throughout the country.

What is the healthiest thing to put on a pancake top? ›

Fresh Fruit

One of the easiest and healthy pancake toppings are fresh fruit. They're rich in nutrients and pack a lot of sweet flavors too. Toss your favorite berries on your pancakes to enjoy summer's naturally sweet flavors.

Is pancakes good to eat after workout? ›

Pancakes or Cereal

The worst foods to eat after a workout are simple carbs without protein and fat. This will make your “blood sugar will go really high and then crash and make you feel worse and hungrier,” says Juliet Burgh.

When should you eat protein pancakes? ›

You can eat these pancakes for breakfast, as a pre-workout snack, or before bedtime to fill up your energy reserves for the night. Because they are mainly protein and slowly-digested carbs, they will provide energy to your muscles for several hours after you eat them without spiking your blood sugar.

Is honey healthier than maple syrup? ›

One nutritional advantage that honey has over maple syrup is that honey has no fat. That said, maple syrup's fat is very minimal, just 0.1 gram of fat per tablespoon. Another advantage of honey over maple syrup is that honey offers more vitamins — B-6 and C — while maple syrup lacks this vitamin profile.

Is honey good on pancakes? ›

Honey goes great on all your sweet breakfast treats–pancakes, waffles, french toast–and it also goes perfectly with a bowl of yogurt and granola, or with your oatmeal. If you drink tea in the morning, you might even want to add a spoonful of honey for a touch of sweetness.

Which has more sugar maple syrup or honey? ›

In a head to head on sugar & calorie content, 1 teaspoon of honey contains 17.3 grams of sugar and 21 calories while 1 teaspoon of maple syrup contains 13.5 grams of sugar and 17 calories.

What is maple sugar urine disease? ›

Maple syrup urine disease (MSUD) is a rare but serious inherited condition. It means the body cannot process certain amino acids (the "building blocks" of protein), causing a harmful build-up of substances in the blood and urine. Normally, our bodies break down protein foods such as meat and fish into amino acids.

Does maple syrup go bad? ›

Maple syrup will go bad if stored under improper conditions. To prevent spoilage, maple syrup should be stored in a cool, dark location such as a cupboard, refrigerator, or freezer. In this manner, maple syrup can be safely kept for a year or more.

Which is better agave or maple syrup? ›

When it comes to agave vs maple syrup, both have their pros and cons. Agave syrup is lower in calories and sugar, but higher in fructose. Maple syrup, however, is higher in calories and sugar, but lower in fructose. Maple syrup also contains more vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants than agave does.

Who invented pancake? ›

History. The Ancient Greeks made pancakes called τηγανίτης (tēganitēs), ταγηνίτης (tagēnitēs) or ταγηνίας (tagēnias), all words deriving from τάγηνον (tagēnon), "frying pan". The earliest attested references to tagenias are in the works of the 5th-century BC poets Cratinus and Magnes.

What is a thick pancake called? ›

Scotch pancakes (also called drop scones) are small and thick, made by dropping the flour-based batter onto a griddle. Though similar to American pancakes, they are smaller, and are usually served with jam and cream or just with butter.

What is a small pancake called? ›

Mini Pancakes, sometimes called Silver Dollar are the easiest quickest little pancake bites that are perfect for parties, brunches, kids and pancake kabobs! Mini Pancakes are becoming a more and more frequent part of our breakfasts in the house.

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