5 alternative pancake recipes

How do you like your pancakes?

How do you like your pancakes? - Credit: Getty Images/iStockphoto

If you’re looking for something more than the usual sugar and lemon on your pancakes this Shrove Tuesday, we’ve found some tasty alternative recipes for you.

Blueberry superfood pancakes

Blueberry superfood pancakes - Credit: Archant

Blueberry superfood pancakes with goji berries and coffee

Looking for a dairy-free, gluten-free pancake recipe? You’re not alone… Check out this recipe for blueberry superfood pancakes with goji berries and coffee.

Click here for the blueberry superfood pancakes recipe.

 

Strawberry, Toasted Almond and Caramel Pancakes

Strawberry, Toasted Almond and Caramel Pancakes - Credit: Archant

Strawberry, Toasted Almond and Caramel Pancakes

For those with a sweet tooth, this is ideal for dessert, the strawberry, caramel and yoghurt topping is also delicious on toasted waffles or slices of Madeira cake.

Click here for the strawberry, toasted almond and caramel pancakes recipe.

 

Fluffy American Pancakes with maple syrup and bacon

Fluffy American Pancakes with maple syrup and bacon - Credit: Archant

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Fluffy American Pancakes

Our American friends prefer a thicker, fluffier recipe for their pancakes and the most famous combination is maple syrup and crispy bacon (it does work).

Click here for the maple syrup and bacon pancakes recipe.

 

Derbyshire oatcakes

Derbyshire oatcakes - Credit: Archant

Derbyshire Oatcakes

Oatcakes are very much an East Midlands speciality, Derbyshire oatcakes are a cross between a crumpet and a pancake - round, soft, pliable and thicker than the nearby Staffordshire version. Try something different for Shrove Tuesday with this Derbyshire oatcakes recipe.

Click here for the Derbyshire Oatcakes recipe.

 

Havercake by the Boho Baker

Havercake by the Boho Baker - Credit: Archant

Lancashire Havercakes

Havercake, the slightly-leavened bread eaten by the labouring classes of East Lancashire  are perfectly satisfying with a lashing of butter or a dollop of zesty marmalade.

Click here for the Lancashire Havercakes and Marmalade recipe

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