Pancakes are a firm favourite in my house, and I always make them as a treat for my girls every Saturday after their football training. If your family love pancakes as much as mine, why not spice up the classic with some of our delicious pancake recipes. Whether it's Pancake Day or you're just craving delicious pancakes for breakfast, our recipes below are perfect for the whole family including your baby. Don’t be afraid to get creative with the toppings. We love fresh fruit, natural yogurt or a tasty fruit puree for a natural sweet kick. Pancakes can also be stored warm in our Mummy Cooks Food Flask, perfect for snacks on the go!
These Banana Pancakes are so quick and easy; you can whip them up in just 3 minutes! Naturally sweet, and with just two ingredients your weaning baby is sure to enjoy this tasty treat. Serve with some smashed banana or natural yogurt for dipping for a tasty alternative to traditional pancakes.
A classic Easy Pancake recipe, this is great to make with the kids. Get them involved by helping to weigh out the ingredients, while the little ones can get hands on by mixing the batter. They are great with natural fruit puree like this Apple Prune and Cinnamon Puree for a naturally sweet topping. Batch cook and freeze some puree using handy Weaning Pots to have on hand any day of the week!
These Pumpkin Pancakes are moist, delicious and fluffy! They are perfect for using up leftover pumpkin flesh from Halloween, but can be enjoyed any time of the year. If it is out of season or you don’t have any pumpkin, sub in some roasted or steamed butternut squash. This is a great recipe to get some extra veggies into your family’s diet while giving a tasty fluffy pancake, and they will keep in an airtight Portion Pot for up to 3 days.
Happy Pancake day!
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