Açai Berry And Coconut Pancake

Who doesn't love a good pancake recipe, and we've got a unique one for you this time. A pancake with the flavour of the acai berry and the essence of coconut milk in it. Purple in colour, this pancake is quirky and aesthetic at the same time.


Table of Content

  1. What is Acai Berry ?
  2. Quick and Easy Acai Berry and Coconut Pancake
  3. How to make Acai Berry and Coconut Pancake? 
  4. Expert Tips 
  5. Recipe Card  


What is Acai Berry ?

​​Acai berry is a fruit that is small, round and black-purple in colour. It comes from the acai palm, which is one of the species of palm tree. The tree produces many other elements but acai berry is the most prominent reason it is cultivated nowadays. This pancake batter contains acai berry powder, which is a concentrate used to add the flavour in recipes.


Quick and Easy Acai berry and coconut pancake

Wanna impress someone with an amazing breakfast? We've got you covered with this pretty looking pancake recipe flavoured with acai berries and coconut milk. The pancakes are light and fluffy with a rich berry flavour and they look like something out of a fine dine restaurant. 


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    How to make Acai Berry and Coconut pancake?

    1) Prepare the batter in a bowl by adding refined flour, sugar, egg, melted butter and acai berry powder; top that off with coconut milk.
    Coconut Pancake

    2) Whisk the batter together with a wired whisk till a thick purple batter forms.
    Acai Berry and coconut pancake

    3) Heat a pan and season it with a little oil. Add a ladle full of batter in the pan. Let it spread and cook from one side
    Acai Berry Pancakes

    4) When the side dries out and bubbles appear, flip the pancake to the other side and take it off once done.
    Coconut Pancake

    5) Stack the pancakes one on top of the other. Place a knob of butter on top, and drizzle some maple syrup and icing sugar
    Coconut Pancake


    Expert Tips

    1) Do not over mix the batter, or the pancakes would be tight.

    2) Do not put too much oil in the pan.

    3) Make sure to cook the pancakes on medium low heat or they might burn.

    Recipe Card

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