This Sticky Toffee Pudding Pancakes post is #SPONSORED by Natura Sugars

Image of Sticky toffee pudding pancakes piled high with toffee sauce dripping over them

This Sticky Toffee Pudding Pancakes recipe balances effortlessly between being breakfast and dessert. Whether you call them flapjacks (South African), crumpets (if you’re in the UK) or pancakes (if you’re American), around the world we seem to strongly disagree on what exactly they’re named but the one thing we can all agree on is they should be piled high!

Flapjacks fall within the same category as muffins and waffles – whoever made serving a dessert in the morning socially acceptable, let us know who you are so we can worship at your feet forever! These Sticky Toffee Pudding Pancakes/Flapjacks are inspired by one of my favourite puddings – with a hint of spice and loaded with fresh dates, they’re then covered in what has got to be the best sauce I’ve ever licked off a spoon.
Image of a stack of sticky toffee pudding pancakes

The secret is my favourite Natura Sugars Light Muscovado Sugar which is unrefined (all the goodness of the sugar cane is locked in) so is loaded with flavour – so much so that you don’t even need to caramelize it to develop flavour. Simply pop the ingredients in a pot (or jug) and heat until dissolved. I’ve got a jar of this in my fridge right now because I swirl a spoonful into my morning oats. Breakfast goals! See some more breakfast goals here and here!