Recipe: Ricotta pancakes with poached cherries

We are nuts for cherries — with this recipe you can use fresh cherries or the frozen kind. Keep a pack in the freezer and you can whip up these pancakes anytime! Ricotta adds a richness and moisture to the batter to make these pancakes a cut above. Any leftover cherries can be chilled and…

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Oat & banana pancakes with caramelised maple pecans

  For us, these fantastic pancakes are just made that much better by caramelised pecans — an almost perfect combination of the meatiness of the nut, the sweetness of the caramel, the toastiness that the process adds. In short, yum.  This recipe uses American-style pancakes: fluffy, soft to the tooth, full of body and delicious. …

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Chocolate pancakes with maple & pecan ice cream

This indulgent dessert remains quick and easy by dent of the use of chocolate spread and chocolate dipping sauce, although the pancakes are made from scratch and are the work of a minute.  Naturally, you can pair the chocolate pancakes with any time of ice cream that floats your boat.    Print Recipe Chocolate pancakes…

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Recipe: American-style banana butterscotch pancakes

While typically eaten for breakfast or in a small portion for pudding, everybody knows that pancakes are delicious anytime.  This indulgent dish features the American-style thick pancakes rather then the thin version that are more like crepes. Think fluffy, high, spongy, when your fork cuts through them down to the plate, with the butterscotch sauce…

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Sweetcorn pancakes with maple-coated bacon and chili crème fraîche

Do you feel lemon and sugar is too simple for your pancake predilections? Do you ever just want to push the boat out on Pancake Day with a taste bonanza? Try these amazing pancakes, which combine classic flavour combinations, the smooth with the crispy, the cooling with the spicy.  These could probably more accurately be…

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