Banoffee Pancakes from Seaspoon Seaweed



Something a little different today from Seaspoon Seaweed. Eating seaweed is really catching on, Seaweed is an incredible food – it’s sustainable, ethical, abundant and has really spectacular nutritional properties.


Here at Seaspoon Seaweed, we have a Crown licence to hand harvest seaweed from south Devon. Seaspoon launched in July, quickly winning a BBC Good Food Show Bursary Award and getting set up to be stocked with major online retailers including Amazon.


Now for that recipe:


Banoffee Pancakes

The natural saltiness of the seaweed adds an extra zing to the caramel on these pancakes. You could always add a sprinkling of seaweed to the batter for an extra boost.



For the pancakes

  • 100 g plain flour
  • 2 eggs
  • 300 ml semi-skimmed milk
  • 1 tbsp sunflower oil  or vegetable, plus extra for frying
  • pinch salt

For the topping

  • Caramel condensed milk
  • Cream
  • Banana, sliced
  • Seaspoon Seaweed Boost



  1. Put the flour in a bowl and crack in the eggs.
  2. Add the oil to the flour. Slowly add in the milk, a bit at a time, whisking it in until you’ve a lovely smooth batter
  3. Heat a pan with a little oil and add a ladle-full of batter to the pan, tilting the pan to get the batter covering the pan in a nice full circle. After a minute or so, when you can see the pancake is starting to come away at the sides, flip the pancake! Cook until golden.
  4. Serve with a generous spreading of caramel sauce, sliced bananas, cream and a sprinkling of Seaspoon Seaweed Boost


To find out more about Seaspoon simply click on the link.


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