Abra-ca-Debora Dutch Pancakes review and giveaway

I was given the opportunity to review these pancakes now myself im not so good at the whole pancake making thing lol the little ones always want some dont get me wrong i can make them but i just cant get it the way i want now i remember as a kid traveling to Holland and other countries and having pancakes and they were always so tasty so when i saw these i jumped at the chance now they came yesterday and this morning they have all gone that tells you how good they were

so read on and find out more

 

 Abra-ca-Debora Dutch Pancakes

 


 

 

the Supper Conjure-upper! With my fresh, Dutch pancakes, you can create a meal, snack or dessert in minutes! I'm so fresh you can only find me in the fridges at your local supermarket. 

Mission
To bring the magic of Dutch pancakes to the UK and show the Brits how meal time can be as stress free as it is in Holland when you have some Dutch pancakes in the fridge. They go with everything!
Description
Whether it’s supper or pudding you’re after, pancakes are just the thing for a hungry tummy. Fill them with whatever you fancy and add a pinch of magic! I make pancakes that are so fresh they can only be found in the fridge of supermarkets.

 

6 Original Dutch pancakes

These are my savoury pancakes. They make the most
delicious, super-fast suppers, Just open your fridge and
get creative with the ingredients inside. Magic!



 Allergy Information

Contains: Wheat, Milk and Eggs

Nutritional information, per 100g

Energy 1,010 kJ/241 kcal, protein 5.5g, carbohydrates 30g (of which sugars 2.1g), fat 11g (of which saturates 5.2g), dietary fibre 1.4g, sodium 0.19g.

Ingredients

Milk, wheat flour, vegetable fats and oils, liquid whole egg, water, raising agents (sodium bicarbonate and disodium diphosphate), preservative (calcium propionate), salt, emulsifiers (sunflower lecithin, mono- and diglycerides of fatty acids).

Other Information
To Microwave
Remove packaging. Place pancake on microwaveable plate and heat on full power for 30 seconds.
To Oven Cook
Remove packaging. Place pancake on ovenproof dish. Cover with foil and heat in centre of preheated oven at 200ºC for 6-8 minutes or until warmed through. Cooking appliances vary.Make sure pancake is piping hot before eating!




6 Sweet Dutch pancakes

These are my sweet pancakes. They make the most
delicious snacks and desserts, Just open your fridge and
get creative with the ingredients inside. Magic!


Allergy Information

Contains: Milk, Wheat & Eggs

Nutritional information, per 100g

Energy 1,100 kJ/262 kcal, protein 5.5g, carbohydrates 35g (of which sugars 11g), fat 11.1g (of which saturates 5.4g), dietary fibre 1.4g, sodium 0.20g.

Ingredients

Whole milk, wheat flour, vegetable fats, liquid whole egg, water, raising agents (sodium bicarbonate and disodium diphosphate), sugar, preservative (calcium propionate), salt, vanilla flavour.


Other Information

To Microwave
Remove packaging, Place a yummy pancake on a microwaveable plate and heat on full power for 30 seconds.
To Oven Cook
Remove packaging, Place a yummy pancake on an ovenproof dish, cover with some foil and heat in the centre of a preheated oven, 200ºC for 6-8 minutes or until it’s warmed through. Cooking appliances vary. Make sure the pancake is piping hot before eating it!




with the savory ones last nite we all had slices of sausage with cheese and tomatoes  so quick and easy to prepare and really tasted great we all enjoyed it to the point little man who can be fussy with his food was trying to take ours too lol


this morning we decided to try the sweet ones now they are totally my favorite the smeel even is amazing like maple syrup brought back so many childhood memories mouthwatering smell so in these ones we had sliced banana strawberries and apples all wrapped inside with a little honey drizzled over the top with a small helping of Greek yogurt on the side  thats what you call a tasty breakfast, also i love the way they are made with the little holes so if you pour honey over the top or lemon it will trickle through the pile think i need a pancake maker or maybe just keep on buying these lol


Where can I buy these pancakes in
the UK?

You can get your hands on them in Sainsbury’s and Tesco nationwide.

Head on over to the Website , Facebook and Twitter to find out more 


So we have a competition too get entering if you would like to win 1 pack of savory and 1 pack of sweet pancakes the will be 1 winner

Good Luck
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57 comments:

  1. I'm afraid I'm really boring with pancakes and it would just be sugar!!!

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    1. awww well with the sweet ones here just the sugar would do they are so delicious

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  2. Apricot Jam and smoked salmon YUM its a christmas tradition in my house

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    1. wow sounds interesting i love the jam but i cant eat salmon allergic lol

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  3. oooh banana, maple syrup and clotted cream x

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    1. oooo yummy i will have to buy some more all mine have gone lol

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  4. Peanut butter & cherries! Discovered this in Amsterdam from one of those street vendors - sounds mad but taste divine plus u get really messy with the cherry juice - my kinda mini meal LOL Told u I was mad Kay! LOL Lovin the blog BTW xx

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    1. Hi Tracey nice to see ya lol thanks and nah that sound quite yummy i was thinking something like marmite and pretzels lol

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  5. Baileys and cream with chocolate shavings!

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  6. Peanut butter and condensed milk.

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  7. I'm boring too just like lemon juice and castor sugar on my sweet pancakes

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  8. Tink Rhonda Lee Mse16 November 2012 at 17:55

    Peanut Butter and chocolate fudge.

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  9. Nutella with banana's and whipped cream

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  10. strawberries, bananas, and melted chocolate and melted marshmallows

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  11. Banana, Cinnamon and Honey...yum yum. :-)

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  12. Hot cherries and ice cream :) not unusual but lovely!

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  13. Chocolate Spread and chopped nuts!

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  14. I usually have sugar, lemon, chocolate sauce, syrup and jam altogeher

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  15. Sugar, Maple Syrup and Drizzles of Lemon.. lush... =D

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  16. im not too weird and wonderful just the usual choc spread, banana, maple syrup, straberrys etc

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  17. ok strangest one so far ground coal ?? lol needless to say i dont think that will be on the menu and Lila seriously bacon with peanut butter lol nice suggestions everyone

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  18. forest fruits and ice cream

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  19. I sometimes have peanut butter with mine.

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  20. Honey and lemon for me - leave out the aspirin...

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  21. Chocolate & bananas

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  22. I've only ever had syrup or lemon & sugar. I'm so boring :O I promise I will try something weird next though ;)

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  23. i love sweet pancakes with banana, ice cream and chocolate flaked on top

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  24. Nothing too wierd for me I am afraid, I am a creature of habit, I would be more than happy with strawberries and cream or chocolate and chopped hazlenuts with a bit of caramel sauce on top.

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  25. Just plain old sugar and lemon juice

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  26. cream strawberries and syrup with chocolate spread

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  27. Maple syrup or sugar and lemon or Nutella!

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  28. Sweet pancakes with chocolate sauce, pecan nuts and marshmallow, delish!

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  29. Savoury pancakes - goats cheese, basil, tomato amd mango chutney -lovely!

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  30. make them savoury/sweet with white stilton and dried cranberries

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  31. I'd go for a sweet and sour pork or chicken filling :)

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  32. Ice cream, marshmallows, jellybeans and hundreds and thousands! (but really I'd just have lemon juice and sugar to be honest!)

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  33. hazelnut chocolate spread and chopped bananas with crushed hazlenuts on top....yum :)

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  34. Peanut butter, melon and vanilla Vla

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  35. For savoury, the American favourite of bacon and maple syrup (far nicer than it sounds!) and for sweet whipped cream, cherries and chocolate :0)

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  36. Peanut butter & whipped cream :D

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  37. I think maybe sliced bananas, dark chocolate sauce and whipped cream. mmmmm.

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  38. SORRY nothing strange just love choc spread

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  39. The savoury option: Chicken mayonaise, crispy bacon bits and rocket

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  40. my son has these often but has to be nutella and only nutella

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  41. Wonderful stewed apple and clotted cream

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  42. I love strawberry jam on mine, also if there are spare I'll have golden syrup and chocolate spread ~ not together though!!!

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