These Pancake Recipes for Shrove Tuesday, National Pancake Day, or just because it’s Saturday will give you all kinds of ideas for going from plain old ordinary pancakes to pancakes with pizzazz!
Looking for a change of pace from syrup too? These pancake toppings sound amazing!
Pancake Recipes We Love
Shrove Tuesday is known around my house as Pancake Tuesday! But of course, you can make any day you want Pancake Day.
Shrove Tuesday is the day when traditionally all of the fats and sugary foods are used up prior to the start of Lent during which time people fasted from rich foods.
These days few people adhere to such strict rules of fasting but it’s still fun to indulge in Pancake Tuesday, isn’t it? Of course, we really go all out and have eggs and bacon along with our pancakes because hey, if you’re going to splurge, you might as well splurge, am I right?
You know, you don’t have to stick with just plain old ordinary pancakes though. There are so many fun options out there and I’ve rounded up 10 Pancake Recipes here for you. Which ones will you try this year?
Red Velvet Pancakes with Butter Pecan Maple Syrup and Whipped Cream Cheese from right here on Creative Cynchronicity
Lemon Ricotta Pancakes from here on Creative Cynchronicity
Apple Puffed Pancake from here on Creative Cynchronicity
Also here on Creative Cynchronicity are two more of my favourite pancake recipes – Chocolate Chocolate Chip Pancakes and Cranberry Pecan Pancakes
Pumpkin Spice Pancakes from Mixin Mamas
Copycat McDonalds Hot Cakes (a favorite around here) from Mixin Mamas
Cinnamon Roll Pancakes from Mommy Moment
Gluten Free Pancakes with Strawberry Cream Cheese Sauce from The Bewitchin’ Kitchen
Nutella Pancake Rollups from Family, Food, and Travel
Bacon Eggnog Pancakes from Mommy Moment
Cake Batter Pancakes from How Sweet Eats
Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Pancakes from The Goldlining Girl
Carrot Cake Pancakes from Call Me PMC
Don’t these sound yummy? I think we’re going to have to have pancakes more often so we can try them all!
We like to make ours in fun shapes either by squirting out the batter in a dispenser bottle or by cutting out shapes with cookie cutters. We also have a few fun pancake shape rings. It’s a simple way to add a little fun to a simple meal!