Get Better Batter With These Pancake Day Recipes

Get Better Batter With These Pancake Day Recipes

06 February 2020

With Pancake Day on the horizon, we know you’ve got the lemon and sugar ready - maybe you’re even practicing your flipping skills (it’s all in the wrist action).
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Do something different this Pancake Day with these unique pancake recipes from across the globe

With Pancake Day on the horizon, we know you’ve got the lemon and sugar ready

Get better batter with these Pancake Day recipes

With Pancake Day on the horizon, we know you’ve got the lemon and sugar ready - maybe you’re even practicing your flipping skills (it’s all in the wrist action). But while the beauty of pancakes is how simple they are to make, that doesn’t mean you can’t jazz them up a bit with a little extra effort.

Circulon’s frying pans and skillets all incorporate our Total® Non-Stick system, proven to provide outstanding non-stick performance. Which gives you the perfect excuse to get adventurous in the kitchen this February with these unique Pancake Day ideas.

Everything tastes better with chocolate

They might be the perfect treat, but let’s face it - adding chocolate to most things is a good idea. Mix in some cocoa powder to the batter, or get really indulgent and stir in a spoonful (or two) of Nutella. Add a bit of fruit and whipped cream to serve, and enjoy.

Genius Blinis

Rather than go for the traditional large flat pancake, why not try making some smaller, more American-style pancakes for a canape-style blini? They taste best with some cream cheese and smoked salmon, but you can also get fancy with caviar or some horseradish. Serve them on your poshest plates for that cocktail party vibe, or eat them next to the hob with a blini in one hand and some smoked salmon in the other. Just because blinis are classy, doesn’t mean you have to be too.

Taste the Rainbow

Who says pancakes need to be beige? Sure, there’s something soothingly traditional about the golden brown of a perfectly cooked pancake but show off and get technicolour. You can use food colouring, but for something a bit different try adding beetroot for a lovely pinky-red colour, or go green with some spinach. Strawberries and raspberries give a sweet kick to the batter as well as a pretty pink, and enough finely grated carrot can make a bright sunset orange. If you think about it, it’s basically a fried smoothie.

If you’re flipping up a storm this Pancake Day, don’t forget to tag @circulonuk in your pictures on Instagram!