|Stainless steel turner, £5 because chucking pancakes towards the ceiling NEVER ends well in my personal experience.|
|24cm non-stick pan, £6- to help your pancake stay pancake shaped on to the plate. Scrambled heap may taste good but isn't so visually stunning.|
|Get the perfect proportions with these cute little measuring cups, £5|
|I love this traditional large mixing bowl (£19.50). Not cheap but it will last for years and years of pancakes and cake baking.|
|Measure it out with this retro fabulous 5kg Mechanical Scale (£19.50) So much more satisfying than digital.|
|Mix it up with this Silicone Whisk, £7.50|
|No more Jif lemon with this Stainless Steel Juicer, £9.50|
A basic pancake batter recipe couldn't be simpler, to make around 12 traditional pancakes you'll need:
110g/4oz sifted plain flour
pinch of salt
200ml/7floz milk mixed with 75ml/3floz water
Give it a good mix up until it's super smooth and well combined. I've heard that leaving the batter to stand in the fridge overnight/during the day whilst your at work helps create the ultimate pancakes.
If you're short of time or just a culinary disaster then M&S have the solution for that, too...
|Fresh Pancake Batter- £1.99 |
I'd like to say my pancakes are always made from scratch but sometimes needs must.
|For something a little bit different why not try waffles? This Pancake and Waffle mix is £4.49 and is good for all occasions...breakfast in bed anyone?|
Will you be frying up a feast on Tuesday? What is your ultimate pancake topping? I'll go out on a limb here and say I DO NOT LIKE LEMON AND SUGAR!
Cinnamon and sugar however...
(or peanut butter and banana, nutella, sugar and sugar, spiced cooked apple and raisins, vanilla ice cream...)
Not a sponsored post. I do love Pancakes though.