Who doesn't love chocolate spread? When my girls have play dates we almost always make pancakes and they adore having chocolate spread on top. It was actually my youngest who suggested that we make our own. I started out using milk chocolate and over time I have substituted this for half milk and half dar chocolate. Give it a try, and hopefully you can substitute it for alternative spreads. Store the spread in our portion pots to keep fresh for longer.
This is a brilliant pancake recipe for Pancake Tuesday! It’s a great way to get bananas into a child’s diet and by adding in the oats it makes the pancakes more substantial and filling. These pancakes also make a brilliant finger food for a weaning baby. Plus they taste delicious! I had two reluctant banana eaters so over the years so I have come up with different recipes to get them into their diets.
These healthy pumpkin pancakes are the perfect breakfast treat for the whole family and is a great finger food for your weaning baby too.
Great for Halloween but perfect all year round, these pumpkin flavoured pancakes are delicious and moist. Make them now and I doubt there will be any leftovers. Try them out with our Apple, Prune and Cinnamon Puree for a tasty breakfast meal.
We have a Saturday ritual in our house of cooking pancakes together. We use a very simple recipe and always make small round shapes so there is not much difficulty in flipping them over. This recipe is also baby friendly so your weaning tot can enjoy it along with the family.
For the most part, my children will eat everything, or at least try everything I offer them. I do however have a problem with getting them to eat a banana. I think it may have something to do with how many bananas they had as a baby. It was such a convenient food that I ended up overutilising it. I came across this recipe the other day on a coeliac post and thought that would be a great way of getting bananas back into their diet.