Do you think of pancakes as a simple flour, eggs and milk mixture jazzed up with sugar and a slice of lemon? Well, not when it comes to Foodies100 bloggers. They have come up with some really tasty alternatives to the norm for a huge blow out especially for Shrove Tuesday (although pancakes are year round treats in my opinion). My favourite pancakes are fluffy fat scotch ones with lashings of syrup and a dollop of cream. How do you like yours?
- We start off with Coffee and Vanilla’s lemon curd pancakes with cream and almonds, they look so good and with the addition of toasted almonds and sour cream or creme fraiche I can already imagine how fantastic they taste too.
- For something different My Little Italian Kitchen has been making savoury pancake parcels which are filled with a variety of fillings such as vegetables and chicken, salmon soft cheese and chives and mushroom, ham and ricotta. All finished off with a leek ribbon.
- Oh my goodness I love the almondy taste of bakewell tarts so I know I would love Emily’s Recipes and Reviews’ bakewell tart pancakes. Mmmm.
- Have you ever thought of making pancakes with sweet potato? Munchies and Munchkins has, and these healthy sweet potato pancakes are best served with maple syrup, a healthy chocolate sauce or even bacon! Lovely.
- If you are looking for a vegan pancake recipe Ms Marmite Lover has a great recipe for aquafaba pancakes served with delicious blood oranges and maple syrup.
- Thankfully for us Lovely Appetite had a bit of a disaster making two ingredient banana pancakes so ended up making a refined sugar and dairy free cinnamon and banana drop scone instead. These fat and fluffy pancakes are my kind of pancakes.
- Veggie Desserts has some mouthwatering orange chia pancakes with kiwi berries which are vegan and gluten free too.
- Tin and Thyme has made her pancakes with banana, buckwheat and ricotta, these are then served with a delicious homemade chocolate sauce, and all this is gluten and refined sugar free.
- Are you in need of pancakes which are filling and nutritious? Franglais Kitchen has a recipe for oat and coconut pancakes served with fruit and maple syrup.
- My Fussy Eater claims her pancakes with confetti sprinkles and chocolate sauce are really fun for kids, but I think I’d also love these pretty pancakes on my kitchen table on Shrove Tuesday!
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