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Sweet Chestnut Spread ingredients: Chestnuts, vanilla, sugar and water
I have to buy these larger tins of chestnut puree if I want it to last any length of time in our house. With chestnut pancakes it is really, really good. I have also used it to fill and decorate cakes with good results. Mind you, some of my family would eat it straight from the tin if I allowed them too.
Summary: These pancakes have a lovely sweet and nutty flavour, thanks to the chestnut flour. You can use half chestnut half spelt, like I do, or half rye flour, half chestnut flour. For gluten-free pancakes, use
all chestnut or half chestnut and half gluten-free flour mix.
Delicious on their own, or filled with chestnut puree for extra chestnut sweetness.