From blinis to blintzes, welsh cakes to crêpe cake, we’ve put together some delicious ideas from across the globe (as well as everything you need to make them).
- Jug or bowl for mixing
- Whisk or fork for beating
- Ladle for pouring
- Spatula (we can’t all be expected the master the flip)
- Rubber spatula (to deal with the lumps)
- A non-stick frying pan
- Knife for the butter
- Plates for serving
- Jam jars, spoons, butter knives (for scooping up jam and spreading…spread!)
- Lemon squeezer
- Sugar for spoonfuls of the stuff.
VIVE LA CREPE
Perfect for cake creations. Served savoury, sweet… or Suzette!
Did you know? Dutch pancakes are eaten in a two course meal, after snert (a type of pea soup).
Take a look at these Norwegian potato pancakes too.
Too delicious for just one, let’s canapé away.
Because we could eat all of these delicious stacks…independently.
WELSH CAKE WONDERFUL
A comforting treat for breakfast or tea. Try the Mynydd Cymreig (or ‘Welsh Mountain’) variety. (We like them because they’re double the size!)
GREAT BRITISH PANCAKES
Fresh and tangy, perfect for summer or spring.
For something truly different try the pancake’s Belgian cousin.
Happy Pancake Day, everyone.