Kitchen Fun - Left-Over Bread Pancakes or Double Ka Meetha Pancakes

In my Obsession with Pancakes series, the next one I present are Left-Over Bread Pancakes or as I like to call them Double Ka Meetha Pancakes.

Double Ka Meetha (= Double the sweetness) is an Indian dessert that is easily made, specially when you have a lot of left-over bread. I make it rarely though, but had made it a few years ago. Little did I think that these Bread Pancakes that I made now would remind me of that dessert The taste was exactly the same.

Try it out and see for yourself. Now for the recipe.


Bread Slices - 4

Eggs - 2 medium sized

Sugar - if needed add 2 to 3 tablespoons

Milk - 1 Cup

Cardamom Powder - 1 teaspoon

Butter - for cookin

Preparation Steps:

1) Break the bread slices into pieces. 

2) Put them in a blender to form a fine powder.

3) In a mixing bowl, mix Eggs, Milk, Sugar and Cardamom Powder thoroughly.

4) Now add the Bread powder to the mix.

5) Heat a skillet, and smear a little butter.

6) Pour a ladle full of the Bread Pancake Batter on to the hot skillet.

7) Cook on both sides till they turn golden brown.

8) Serve warm with a dollop of whipped cream or maple syrup or powdered sugar if you want. 


1) I had whole wheat bread at home so I used that. But a milk bread or cinnamon swirl bread would perhaps give it a sweeter taste without the use of sugar.

2) If the bread is naturally sweet, you don’t need the additional sweetness of maple syrup or powdered sugar or whipped cream. 


default userpic

Your reply will be screened

Your IP address will be recorded 

When you submit the form an invisible reCAPTCHA check will be performed.
You must follow the Privacy Policy and Google Terms of use.