Pancakes are one of the most popular breakfast foods in the world. They can be made with any variation and added to any favorite toppings or sauce. The ingredients are simple flour, eggs and milk, but the result is delicious and fluffy. The great thing about them is that they can be made to fit anyone’s preference.If you haven’t already, try out our pancakes recipe here:
Did you know? “Saturday is Pancake Day!”
Pancakes are a breakfast favorite, whether it’s for the family or a quick bite before school. And it doesn’t matter what time of year it is! A traditional pancake is made with flour, eggs, and milk. The batter is poured into a frying pan or griddle and cooked on both sides until golden brown. Then, it can be topped with anything from fresh fruit to chocolate chips and syrup.
A pancake recipe can be easily modified for any occasion, including special diets like gluten-free. In the United States, pancakes are often served as an entrée with a side of bacon or sausage. In the United Kingdom, pancakes are more commonly served as a dessert after lunch or dinner. They are also eaten as an afternoon snack by children in some countries around the world including Japan, where they are known as okonomiyaki (a savory version of this dish).
Add some extra flavour to your pancakes with a delicious topping!
This recipe makes 4-6 pancakes, which serves 2-3 people.
250 ml milk
1 tbsp baking powder
2 tbsp white sugar
Pinch of salt
This is a kids friendly recipe so why not let them do some mixing and stirring!
Mix all the ingredients in a bowl until smooth. Heat up pan and use some oil or butter to make sure the batter doesn’t stick to the pan. Use a ladle to pour small amounts of the batter in the pan and cook until golden brown on both sides. You can test if they are ready by poking with a fork or toothpick, if it comes out clean then your pancake is ready!