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Lemon Soufflé Pancakes

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Preheat the oven to 250 degrees.

Fit an electric mixer with the whisk attachment. Beat the egg whites on medium speed in a mixing bowl until they hold stiff peaks (they should just curl over and form a stiff hook when the whisk is held upright). In another bowl, stir together the egg yolks, flour, ricotta, butter, sugar, salt, and lemon zest until well mixed.

With a large spoon or a spatula, fold the egg whites into the yolk mixture and gently stir; there should still be small pieces of egg white showing. Heat a skillet or griddle over medium heat. Coat lightly with cooking spray and spoon out about 3 large tablespoons of batter for each pancake. Cook slowly for about 1-2 minutes, then turn the pancake over and cook for about 30 seconds.

Keep the pancakes warm in the oven until ready to serve. Serve with the raspberry syrup or maple syrup and fresh raspberries.

Japanese Soufflé Pancakes

Soufflé pancakes are a dream. Honestly, what is better than waking up and eating a couple of clouds for breakfast. These fluffy souffle pancakes are so soft that they almost melt when you put your fork through them, let alone eat them.

These Japanese style souffle pancakes can be a little intimidating when you haven't attempted them before, but once you have the basic method and a few tips under your belt you will be eating these every morning. The pancake base contains only 5 ingredients, and all of them are pantry staples.

You will ALWAYS be equipped to whip these up, and they are so versatile that they can be enjoyed with pretty much any topping. Fresh fruits, nutella, peanut butter, ice-cream, bacon. You can also customise the butter however you like, I added warm spices but you could go for vanilla extract, almond extract, fruit compotes. the world is your oyster!

Japanese Soufflé Pancakes

I have wanted to share this recipe on my blog for quite some time now, and finally, here it is in all its splendor. My family and I really love these delicate pancakes, every time I make them they disappear in seconds.

These Soufflé Pancakes, as their name mentions, are like little souffles, very fluffy and soft, light like a cloud, with a delicate flavor and texture.

For these pancakes, egg whites are separated from yolks, whipped to stiff peaks and gently incorporated into yolks mixture. The pancakes are then cooked over low heat to make sure they don't burn and cook all the way through.

The recipe is not complicated, uses basic ingredients but can be a little tricky until you figure it out how it best works for you, as cooking time may vary slightly for everybody, depending on the pan you use, the heat and so on. Hope you will try these out and enjoy as much as we did!

Recipe: Lemon Soufflé Pancakes

Mornings at The Little Nell are made all the more sweet with breakfast at element 47. Among the most notable dishes on our breakfast menu are the lemon soufflé pancakes served with homemade raspberry syrup and toasted pine nuts. To prepare these at home, follow this simple recipe provided by our pasty chefs.

Dry Ingredients:
1 C. Cake Flour
2 T. All Purpose Flour
¼ C. Sugar
1 t. Baking Powder
½ t. Salt
Dash Nutmeg
Zest of 2 Lemons

Wet Ingredients:
1 C. Ricotta Cheese
½ C. Buttermilk
½ C. Butter, Melted
1 ½ T. Lemon Juice
½ t. Vanilla
2 Eggs, Separated

For Garnish:
Powdered Sugar
Fresh Raspberries
Toasted Pine Nuts

Beat egg whites until soft peaks form.
Combine all dry ingredients together in one bowl, all wet ingredients in another.
Gently mix wet ingredients into dry ingredients. Do not over mix batter or pancakes will be dense.
Gently fold batter into egg whites.

Heat a large skillet or griddle to medium and grease.
Spoon 2 to 3 tablespoons of batter onto the skillet and cook until bubbles have formed. Flip and cook the other side until golden brown.
Sprinkle with powdered sugar and serve with fresh raspberries.

Lemon Soufflé Pancakes

These lemon soufflé pancakes are light, airy, and lemony. What a tasty way to start your day!

We went to London for a family vacation last week and had a blast. We did the typical touristy things like visiting the Tower of London, Harrods and Buckingham Palace but my favorite destination (by far) was Borough Market. It is a food lovers dream! Fresh produce, handmade pasta, amazing breads, charcuterie, cheeses, gourmet chocolates, prepared foods – they had it all. And we ate it all. We stopped by to eat lunch there three times during our week in London and never got bored with the offerings. We had scotch eggs, a roast pork sandwich, sautéed scallops, a duck wrap, gnocchi, and an ostrich burger. It is definitely worth a visit (or three) if you find yourself in the city.

As much as I loved London, I can’t say the weather was too spectacular. It was cold, cloudy and gray almost the entire time we were there. I was happy to see the sun when we returned home. So, to rejoice in the sunshine, I decided to make lemon soufflé pancakes.

These pancakes are light and airy with a pop of lemon flavor. One bite and you’ll be smiling. And don’t those ingredients remind you of happy sunny days? You can go all out by eating the pancakes with maple syrup but I find that a generous sprinkle of powdered sugar is enough for me.

My sister gave me a big bag of meyer lemons from her tree a few weeks ago so get ready for more lemon recipes coming soon.

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Chelsea’s Lemon Souffle Pancakes

Thanks so much Natalie! I am honored to be guest posting!

These sound great! Must whip some up this weekend!

I plan to make these this weekend. Instead of the Agave, I’m going to try Buttered Orange Blossom Honey. 1/3 cup Orange Blossom Honey and 1/4 cup butter melted together instead of syrup.

You include lemon juice in the list of ingredients, but it’s not in the recipe. Where did you add it in?

This was a guest post and not my original recipe, but I would assume she meant to add it in with the other liquids.

I noticed that too, so I looked up a similar recipe and the lemon juice goes in with the eggs, milk and butter. : ) I had to add it after it was all mixed together because I noticed that too… My pancakes might have been a bit fluffier had I noticed it earlier, but they were still fluffy and incredibly delicious.

I made these this morning along with blueberry compote. I doubled the recipe and am glad I did because you’ll want seconds! Thanks for sharing this delicious recipe!

Our Pond Mountain Inn guests love these pancakes! After emailing the recipe to so many of our guests we decided to make it easier for everyone. These delicate pancakes at this bed and breakfast are wonderfully light and fluffy – Vermont Maple syrup complements the tangy tartness of the fresh squeezed lemon.

Kay, one of the hosts at Pond Mountain Inn, is known for creating extraordinary breakfasts.

Kay’s Lemon Cottage Cheese Soufflé Pancakes


  • 6 eggs, separated
  • 1/4 cup canola oil or high quality vegetable oil
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 4 teaspoons Rumford Aluminum Free Baking Powder
  • ½ teaspoon McCormick® Small Batch Pure Vanilla Extract
  • 2 cups large curd 4% milkfat cottage cheese
  • 2 tablespoon maple syrup
  • 4 teaspoons fresh lemon juice
  • 1 teaspoon lemon zest
  • 1 cup all-purpose flour


Beat the egg whites until firm, then set aside.

In a food processor or blender, combine the egg yolks, oil, salt, baking powder, cottage cheese, maple syrup, lemon juice, lemon zest, and flour, blending until smooth. Pour the batter into a bowl. Fold in the egg whites.

Meanwhile, heat a nonstick griddle or large, heavy skillet over medium-high heat, then lightly brush with melted butter or oil.

Pour the batter, about ¼ cup for each pancake, onto the cooking surface.

Cook until the tops are bubbly, then turn and cook until the bottoms are golden browned.

Ingredients for Japanese Pancakes

To make these delicious pancakes a bit easier, I use pancake mix. It saves a little bit of time and delivers the best pancakes. If you prefer to make pancakes from scratch, feel free to do so.

  • Eggs: You will need to separate the eggs. You will need 2 egg yolks and 4 egg whites.
  • Granulated Sugar: Although the pancake mix has some sweetness, a little extra sugar is needed.
  • Milk: I use whole milk or 2% milk for this recipe.
  • Vanilla Extract: A little extra vanilla flavor is always a good thing!
  • Pancake Mix: I use store bought pancake mix but you can also use homemade pancake mix.
  • Unsalted Butter or Cooking Spray: For the cooking molds and the skillet.

Recipe Summary

  • 6 tablespoons salted butter
  • 7 large eggs
  • 1 ½ cups all-purpose flour
  • 1 ½ cups milk
  • 2 tablespoons white sugar
  • 1 tablespoon lemon juice
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 1 teaspoon baking soda
  • ½ teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 5 fresh strawberries, sliced, or to taste
  • 1 tablespoon confectioners' sugar, or to taste

Set a rack in the middle of the oven and preheat to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C).

Melt butter in a 12-inch oven-proof skillet over low heat, 3 to 5 minutes. Remove from heat.

Separate eggs, placing egg whites in a large bowl and egg yolks in a medium bowl. Add flour, milk, sugar, lemon juice, salt, baking soda, and vanilla extract to the bowl of yolks. Add 3 tablespoons melted butter lightly mix into a slightly lumpy batter. Let batter rest while whipping egg whites.

Whisk egg whites into stiff peaks using a wire whisk or electric mixer. Gently fold batter into the egg whites.

Return the skillet to medium-high heat. Pour in batter just before butter starts to brown. Cook until slightly set, 2 to 3 minutes. Drop in sliced strawberries until they are mostly submerged.

Transfer the skillet to the oven. Bake souffle until top is light brown and center is set and doesn't jiggle when shaken, about 25 minutes. Broil until top is dark brown in color, about 2 minutes.

Slide pancake onto a plate and sprinkle confectioners' sugar on top.

Soufflé Pancake Recipe

I&rsquom sharing with you how to make these light and fluffy Japanese style Soufflé Pancakes that are perfect for your next brunch.

  • 2 Tbsp / 30g Butter
  • ½ Cup / 125ml Milk
  • 1 Egg Yolk
  • 1 tsp Vanilla Essence
  • ⅔ Cup / 80g Flour
  • 2 tsp Baking Powder
  • ½ tsp Salt
  • 3 Egg Whites
  • ¼ Cup | 50g Sugar
  1. In a medium sized mixing bowl combine together the melted butter, milk, egg yolk and vanilla. Add in the flour, baking powder, and salt and whisk together until fully combined.
  2. Add the egg whites to a stand mixer or alternatively use a hand mixer. Beat the egg whites on low to medium speed until they become frothy and opaque.
  3. Add the ¼ Cup of sugar very slowly to the egg whites while the machine is running. Continue to beat the egg whites until stiff peaks form.
  4. Fold the egg whites into the pancake batter gently a third at a time until you are left with a very fluffy mixture.
  5. Heat a frypan over low to medium heat and lightly grease it. Add ½ Cup measurements of pancake batter to the pan and cook for 4-5 minutes on each side, being very careful when flipping.
  6. Serve the pancakes immediately with fresh fruit and maple syrup.

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