Strawberries and cream are a match made in heaven and I wanted to make some pancakes incorporating strawberry and cream. I came up with this beautiful tower of light and fluffy pink ombre pancakes that don't only look stunning, but taste delicious. They are so yummy!
Want a decadent but easy recipe for Shrove Tuesday? Love deep fried ice cream but don't have a deep fryer? Well, you will love our shortcuts that will give you the crunch and texture of deep fried ice cream without the hassle! Paired with a melt-in-the-mouth gooey caramel sauce, this is a treat you will come back to again and again.
It's Pancake Day - not that we need an excuse to scoff them down. We like to eat them pretty much year round. But Shrove Tuesday is upon us, which can only mean one thing - the Internet is awash with pancake recipes.
Happy Pancake Day! Just in time for the celebration of this classic breakfast treat, these blueberry lemon pancakes are quick and easy to...
It's Shrove Tuesday next week so whether you like stacks of buttermilk pancakes dripping with maple syrup or more delicate thin, lacy crepes with lemon juice and sugar, I've got a few suggestions.
Introducing you to... A Flax Egg. The Flax Egg has been around for quite a few years and often used in gluten free baking. Ordinarily, we find that it is not the most ideal alternative due to the heaviness and sliminess - thankfully, this is just what we want in a pancake!
Pancakes are a real favourite of mine and I always enjoy playing with new recipes and coming up with something delicious. I really wanted to try and create a great tasting fluffy pancake that could also be made vegan for an all-inclusive recipe that anyone can enjoy. I challenge you to see if your friends and family notice it's gluten free and dairy free too!
I have replaced cow's milk with oat, as it is the creamiest I can find in a carton and I did not have the time to make my own nut mylk from scratch. However, feel free to play around with any unsweetened milk you like (or sweetened if that's your bag), and see which one is your favourite.
Dates in the national diary that focus unashamedly on food are brilliant, so every February we throw ourselves with great gusto into Pancake Day, the age-old Shrove Tuesday tradition of using up rich ingredients like milk, eggs, and sugar before fasting for Lent.
I feel I could be in danger of teaching grandmother to suck eggs. But I'm ploughing on through anyway. It's pancake day, or rather Shrove Tuesday. The day to use up all the fat and eggs in the house before the first day of Lent.
I know you like your wafer thin crepes with sugar, lemon, Nutella, jam, caramel, bananas etc, but I wanted to champion the savoury pancake.
The most memorable blinis I ever ate were in Moscow, after a grim working visit as a journalist to Chechnya, reporting on a conflict that left thousands dead and the Chechen capital, Grosny, in ruins.
It's hard to believe that you don't need flour, milk or refined sugar to create a lovely, light and kid-approved pancake. Although delightful, don't be expecting your run-of-the-mill carb-filled pancake. These have more of an eggy crepe-like texture, which is equally appealing.
Honey butter. I predict you'll hear about this heavenly combination a lot in 2014. I was first alerted to the revelation when, after falling head over heels for the cornbread at The Lockhart (a dapper new joint in Marylebone), I asked the chef how it was made.
We fired up our frying pans at Food Tube HQ this week and challenged the whole family to come up with top toppings for Shrove Tuesday. And the gang did not let us down, whipping up a splendid batch of Pancake Day videos.
Waking Tuesday, upon seeing the trending topic, "Pancake Day," I froze in the face of unwanted responsibility, despite the unseasonable balminess of the air.