Monday 3 December 2012

Pancakemisu Using Gold Kili Double Shot White Coffee

Good Morning Everyone! Hope you have a great Monday. If you have not taken your breakfast and still wonder what to prepare for today perhaps you would like to try making this "Pancakemisu" which would be ready in less than 15 minutes time!

As we are in the month of December and Christmas is just around the corner I am sure you are into festive mood just like what we do too. And since pancakes are always one of our family's staple food which I would rotate different flavour at least once or twice a week, I decided to make something new for this festive season.

(using Gold Kili Instant Double Shot White Coffee)

For  this Pancakemisu, I have adapted the idea from Tiramisu which used coffee and mascarpone cheese (sometime cream cheese) as the main ingredients. Here each layer of fluffy pancake is infused with coffee fragrant from the Gold Kili Double Shot White Coffee which makes it similar to the tiramisu sponge fingers being soaked with coffee mixture.

(Serves: 2 (5 pieces)    | Preparation: 5 minutes   | Cooking: 10 minutes)

  • 100g Cake Flour
  • 1 Teaspoon Baking Powder
  • 1 Tablespoon Melted Butter / Corn Oil
  • 1 Egg (55g)
  • 70ml Fresh Milk
  • 2 Sachets Gold Kili Instant Double Shot White Coffee
  • 2 Tablespoons Caster Sugar
  • 125g Spreadable Cream Cheese
  • Cocoa Powder For Dusting

1. Using a balloon whisk, mix cake flour, baking powder, sugar and Gold Kili Instant Double Shot White Coffee together till well mixed.

2. Whisk egg and milk in another bowl till combined.

3. Slowly whisk egg mixture into the flour ingredients follow by melted butter (do not overmix the batter or you would end up having tough and rubbery pancakes).

4. Lightly grease a non-stick pancake pan, ladle in 2 tablespoons of prepared batter, swirl the pan and cook pancake over medium low heat.

5. Turn the pancake over when large air holes appears on the surface of the pancake, cook for another 1 minute or more depending on its thickness. Repeat the process to finish the batter.

6. To assemble the Pancakemisu, spread each piece of pancake with a layer of cream cheese then dust it with some cocoa powder using a fine sieve.

7. Stack up the pancake and serve immediately with a cup of Gold Kili Instant Double Shot White Coffee to perk up your treat.

To impress your guest or enhance the flavour of your Pancakemisu, you could even serve it with a decent scoop of Coffee or Vanilla Ice-cream which makes it taste great when the ice-cream starts to melt. Or with a cup of coffee to fill the air with aromatic fragrant while enjoying this for breakfast or afternoon tea.

Have you tried ABC Juice (recipe) which extract from Apple, Beetroot and Carrot? If you love that do stay tune for more upcoming Christmas recipes which would be on site soon as I would be featuring a new Christmas Cake using Apple, Beetroot and Carrot residues and it's juice.


  1. Looks delicious! You are so creative and innovative! Thanks for sharing!

  2. Great idea, and looks so pretty too. Looking forward to the ABC juice recipe! Never tried it and I'm curious to find out :)

    1. Thanks Fern, ABC Cake is one of my favourite recipe too! In away, fruit juice an be incorporate into cake making too :)

  3. Love this pancakemisu version, you are very creative Elena. I learn a lot of new things from your posts. Looking fwd to the ABC cake recipe!

    1. Hi Esther, Glad that you love this quick and easy pancakemisu, will update the ABC cake soon :)

  4. These are fabulous :) A brilliant pancake mash-up! So clever

    1. Thanks Parsley, hope you would like this new combination :p

  5. If this pancakemisu is waiting at the table, I'd wake up extra early to make sure not to miss this breakfast. This is perfect for snack too or even after meal. So pretty, and so easy!

  6. Dear Ellen ,
    Your creativity always amaze me whenever I read ur blog :) Can I ask a silly question since m a newbie to anything cooking baking etc , for baking when you add " fresh milk " - does it matter if it's those cold ones we drink packet or it has to be the non refrigerated kind u found in supermarket ?
    Thanks so much , nellyn

    1. Hi Nellyn, Sorry for my late reply. Usually when the recipe call for "fresh milk" it is often refer to those cold fresh milk brands such as meiji or marigold and etc. Hope that help :)


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