Pancake poonany perfection

Pancake poonany perfection

So you’ve just wrapped up a sexual escapade that lasted all morning.  Your date is ravenous and is threatening mutiny if you don’t fill their gullets stat.  You can do nothing and risk never hearing from them again, which may be the right choice if it’s some skank or bozo.  But chances are you wouldn’t have allowed them to stay the night if they weren’t worth making a little effort to feed.  If all goes to plan, the afternoon can be a sequel to the morning’s kinky adventures between the sheets.  This recipe originated from a severe lack of ingredients.  I had only one egg, frozen blackberries and a very hungry girl in my bed.  So I improvised and made the morning carry on into the evening, flaking on set plans to have dinner with my mother.  Sorry, mom!  She forgave me and my date did not erase me from her phonebook.  One last thought, why settle for bisquik and water, when the from scratch method takes two extra seconds and yields randy results?

pooncakes-prepIngredients (for two):
1. Maple or breakfast syrup
2. ½ cup of milk
3. 1½ cups of flour
4. 1 teaspoon of baking powder
5. 1 tablespoon melted, another tablespoon to serve a top
6. 2 tablespoons of butter
7. 1 egg
8. A handful of blackberries

Step 1
Combine the flour, sugar and baking powder in a bowl and sift.  Create a crater in the middle and pour in the egg, milk and melted butter and mix thoroughly into a batter.  Throw in the blackberries and mix those up into the batter, which should turn a pretty purple color.pooncakes-mix
Step 2
Heat up a pan or griddle on medium heat and grease with butter.  Pour the batter in 4 inch diameter round patties.  Cook each side until they brown (approx. 2 minutes per side), flipping only once.  Serve the pooncakes up on plates with a little butter, syrup and, if you are feeling extra sexy, fresh fruit.  pooncakes-cook

One Response to POONCAKES

  1. […] realize you would eat a camel carcass and ask for hot sauce.  Making something impressive like pancakes would take forever and delay why you’re making the grub in the first place.  Plus your fridge is […]

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