CLICK HERE TO DISCOVER YOUR ESTATE AGENCY MARKETING SCORE INSTANTLY

Easy Pancake Day recipes from scratch

Easy Pancake Day recipes from scratch

Whether you’re looking for fluffy American pancakes, or British style crepes, these recipes are easy to master.
 
It’s Pancake Day! And if you live in the UK, that means pancakes for breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner. You may be making them with the kids, or just trying a solo attempt at flipping without dropping, but however you’re making them, chances are you’ll attempt them from scratch.
 
But if you’re a relative newbie, making them from scratch can prove to be quite the hazardous affair.
 
Have no fear though, because we’ve put together two quick and simple recipes that are super-easy to master, even if you have no idea where to start.
 
Whether you’re adding sugar and lemon to a British-style crepe or want to make a stack of light and fluffy American ones with lashings of bacon and maple syrup, these pancakes are great for breakfast, lunch and even a weekend brunch. 
 
 
British-style pancakes
 
Ingredients (makes 8-10)
 
100g plain flour
 
2 large eggs
 
275ml semi-skimmed milk
 
Butter or oil for cooking
 
Lemon wedges and caster sugar to serve
 
 
Method
 
1. Sift the flour into a large bowl and add the eggs and milk. Whisk the mixture well until all the ingredients are combined and lump-free.
 
2. Next, heat some butter or oil in a small frying pan over a medium heat. Add a little pancake batter, swirl it to cover the base and cook for around a minute before flipping to cook the other side.
 
3. Remove the pancake from the heat and keep warm in a low oven while you make more. Serve with your choice of topping.
 
 
American-style pancakes
 
Ingredients (makes 4-6)
 
1tbsp baking powder
 
1 pinch of salt
 
1 teaspoon white sugar
 
2 large eggs
 
30g butter
 
225g plain flour
 
Butter or oil for cooking
 
 
Method
 
1. If you’re mixing the batter by hand, start by making a well in the flour, baking powder, salt and sugar before adding the beaten eggs, melted butter and milk.
 
2. Heat a little extra butter or oil in a smooth griddle or pan and pour in the mixture until you reach your desired size. With these pancakes, the best way to tell that it’s time to flip is to check that the upper side is blistering and bubbling - typically this should be after about one minute.
 
3. Remove from the heat and serve with your choice of toppings.

 

Send your marketing into overdrive today!

If you are interested in using our service, please complete the form and we will get back to you.

What next?

Sign up today

Interested in using our services? Get in touch today.



Get In Touch

OUR PEOPLE

Our skilled team include designers, writers, developers, administrators and social media experts who have a vast knowledge and experience.

Meet The Team
Top