Abra-Ca-Debora Diddy Dutch Pancakes

Diddy Dutch PancakesThe fine folks at Abra-Ca-Debora contacted me to see if I would like to try a new product they have launched, their Diddy Dutch Pancakes. These mini pancakes are about the size of a 50p piece. And when I first saw them I thought, these would make a perfect after school snack for kids.

The instructions on the bag say to heat for 30 seconds in a microwave and eat as is or dip them in some melted chocolate and sprinkle with nuts.

Well today I was in the mood for elevenses and I thought to myself, “hmm what can I do with these Diddy Dutch Pancakes?”. Of course tapping into my American roots, I made a little dipping sauce by nuking some butter, maple syrup and golden plum jam in a small bowl. I then made a cup of tea and heated the pancakes. I tried one right out of the bag and I must say, I had to hold myself back so that these little gems made it onto the plate or into the photos

Tea and Diddy Dutch Pancakes

Tea and Diddy Dutch Pancakes

The pancakes are puffy and light and utterly moreish, and were so scrummy with my fast dipping sauce.

To heck with the kids, eat them yourself!


The nice people at Big Fish, Abra-Ca-Debra’s PR Company have promised me another 5 bags of these delicious treats to give away to 5 readers of this blog (don’t worry dear readers I will not enter and try to win).

Simply leave a comment below, telling us what you would most like to dip your Diddy Dutch Pancakes in.


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  1. These look ace, and deffo wouldn’t last long in our house as we all love pancakes, we would be dipping them in maple syrup, yum!

  2. my kids have nutella chopped banana whipped cream and chopped nuts sooo yummy!!!

  3. mmm i would dip them in butterscotch. mmm tasty x
    thanks for the chance to win and try x

  4. I would choose proper Canadian maple syrup!
    These remind me of the teeny pancakes they sell at burger king for a dessert – i love those and can easily eat 10+ in one sitting!

  5. i would like to try them with ice cream and chocolate sauce with sprinkles mmmmmmmmmm

  6. Bit of a cheat really but I would like potted shrimp. Cheat because it will not dip and you will need a knife but a small price to pay for total summer wonderfulness!

  7. Warmed golden syrup or nutella (nuked in microwave for a few seconds) would be my dipping choice!

  8. Vanilla sugar
    Freshly squeezed lemon juice
    Melted chocolate
    Creme fraiche
    Elderflower and gooseberry jam
    Apricot compote

  9. I would dip them in a mixture of chocolate, golden syrup, melted marshmallows and butter like the base of a Rocky Road mixture!

  10. I’d try and dip them (they might not last long enough to get round to any dipping) in melted chocolate. Simple, but oh-so-yummy. 🙂

  11. oooh this is a big naughty, but i would love to just spread the top with a bit of smooth peanut butter and then dip in either strawberry jam or lemon curd…. my mouth is watering just thinking about it!

  12. I would dip mine into sauce made from a mix of melted peanut butter, pinch of cinnamon and a dollop of wasabi for a bit of a kick!

  13. I wouldn’t dip them, I’d soak them in warmed Jack Daniels, the honey variety!!!

  14. I think I’d make a compote with the ‘slightly less than perfect’ strawberries

  15. i like to dip my dutch pancakes the traditional way. powder sugar and raspberry jam 🙂 YUM YUM

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