Thousand-hole Pancakes aka Baghrir

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  1. Very nice!!! Loving your bubbles 😊😊😊😊

  2. I love making baghrir, I think I used the same recipe as you did!! Now I need to make them again, I had some with Rose water infused honey and others to scoop up some chickpea harissa stew!! They are perfect Angie👍👍❤️❤️

    • Angie says:

      Ooh…I haven’t thought about serving them with savory stuff, great idea! I think they’ll be good with grilled chicken and tomato sauce or maybe with pesto? Then again, everything tastes good with pesto 😄 I really love this baghrir, btw. Wish I had known about it earlier.

  3. lathiya says:

    This is totally to have this along with some spicy chicken gravy

    • Angie says:

      It sounds so delicious with chicken gravy! I definitely need to make more baghrir. As soon as I get home, I’ll do it. Thanks, Lathi! 😘

  4. turkswhoeat says:

    These look realllllly great! I love the vision of melted butter oozing into all those little pockets! 😀

    • Angie says:

      They’re just so good! I was very pleasantly surprised. Just reading the recipe wouldn’t have made you think they could rival buttermilk pancakes. What, no butter, no eggs?! 😂 Can’t be THAT good, but they are!

  5. These pancakes were made fresh every morning no matter what part of Morocco I was traveling in last May. Moroccans love them simply drizzled with honey or Nutella. Yours look delicious Angie!

    • Angie says:

      It must have been amazing having baghrir in Morocco! I’d love to experience that. Maybe someday. Nutella on these sounds perfect, will have to try that! Thanks, Johanne! 😘

  6. sarahgiebens says:

    Damn right I’m trying this one! It looks amazing. I’d definitely go for your version with chocolate and bananas 😉 Thanks for sharing this at Fiesta Friday. Happy Fiesta!

  7. Wow that looks to die for. 🙂 We in India have a pancake called Appam using rice flour which looks quite similar to this. Its usally eaten with mild chicken or veg stews or spicy curries 🙂 yum yum!

  8. These pancakes are too cool – never saw them before. Hard to believe they could compare to my blueberry pancakes or sour cream waffles but fun none the less. I would have to go with good ole Michigan maple syrup and maybe a few berries 🙂

    • Angie says:

      Oh believe it, Judi, I don’t lie, lol. Not when it comes to food. I take food very seriously 😂 I thought myself buttermilk pancakes were as good as they can get, but these baghrir can give them a run for their money. They’re more versatile, too, I heard. Suzanne mentioned savory toppings for them!

  9. Love the bubbles, they make tiny receptacles for syrup and sauces. Yum.

  10. I have never had Baghrir before but it looks so soft like a fluffly cloud 🙂

    • Angie says:

      It’s soft and fluffy but yet chewy at the same time. I just can’t think of anything like it. The closest would be a crepe, but crepes don’t have those bubbles. I think baghrir is just the better crepe/pancake 😂

  11. Shinta says:

    I have to make these! These remind me of Kerala appams, like I said, but those are made with rice flour and this is probably heartier and more filling. I love the sound of that banana flambe topping! Have pinned away!

    • Angie says:

      I think baghrir is less dense in texture, although appams have the crispy edges which are so nice. They’re similar and different at the same time. I think the best way to find out is just to make them. Let me know what you think, Shinta. And thanks so much for cohosting! 😘😘

  12. Jhuls says:

    Angie, he looks amazing!!! It is so funny that I wrote the same content (haunted by food) for one of my posts next month. See? I have improved a lot… I guess.

    Going back to this handsome guy, he looks gorgeous and yummy! Hahaha. Seriously, I need to try this recipe!!

    • Angie says:

      Great minds think alike? Maybe?? 😂😂 Yes, this handsome guy will not disappoint, Jhuls. How many guys you meet can be handsome and yummy at the same time? That’s so rare 😂😂

  13. Antonia says:

    I love your intro! These look so cool and delicious Angie! I hope you are having a nice summer! 😀

  14. OMGOodness! My first time in your blog! These look SO GOOD! That mic 🎤 drop was right on time! Light and Love ❤️ Shona

  15. These are so gorgeous! I can only imagine the texture and I have to make them. If I were home I’d make them right now. I’m at the folk’s though, and they already put up enough with my food experiements, and since it’s 2:00 in the afternoon and they’ll want dinner at 5 on the dot, I’ll spare them. For today anyway.. Bwahh haha

  16. I’m in love with baghrir. Pock-marked and all! 😊😊😊

    • Angie says:

      You need to meet him in person! Wait til you see how I turned him into poffertjes, ha! Long story but one day I’ll probably write a post about it.

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