With pancake day just around the corner – Tuesday 5th March this year – try one of these delicious recipes to celebrate the day in a fitting manner. Easy to make and delicious, you can get in and out of the kitchen in a flash and spend more time enjoying the actual pancakes.
A pancake day staple, a simple crêpe requires only three things: flour, eggs, and milk. Then all you need is a little sunflower oil to fry these delicious treats and sugar and lemon to flavour. For the perfect crêpe texture, try adding a little soda water to your batter in place of some of the milk. While there are thousands of crêpe recipes available online, we love this easy to follow one from BBC Good Food.
These American diner-style pancakes are sinfully-delicious and practically healthy thanks to the use of whole wheat flour. Made using frozen cherries, these fluffy pancakes are finished with decadent vanilla bean glaze – after all, if you’re going to celebrate pancake day you might as well do it in style. Not only does the use of whole wheat flour make these pancakes healthier than your average American pancake, but it also adds a deliciously chewy texture.
Thanks to the use of soya milk, and bananas as a substitute for eggs, vegans can join in on the pancake day fun with this simple recipe for blueberry pancakes. Despite the lack of eggs or dairy milk, these pancakes taste fluffy and moist and bake to the same golden brown colour as regular diner-style pancakes.
Dairy and gluten free, these 3 ingredient pancakes couldn’t be easier to make if you tried. All you need to make 6 fluffy pancakes are 45g of rolled oats, 1 medium banana, and 3 tablespoons of milk. To make the batter, simply mash the banana and mix with the oats and milk. Fry as you would a regular pancake and serve with a topping of your choice. That’s really all there is to this quick and simple recipe.
To serve your delicious pancakes in style, choose a Corelle dinnerware set in a suitably bright colourway for this Spring occasion.