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Pancake Day, or Shrove Tuesday, is the traditional Christian feast day before the start of Lent, which is the following day, on Ash Wednesday. Lent, the 40 days leading up to Easter, was traditionally a time of fasting and Shrove Tuesday became the last opportunity to use up rich foods, like eggs and butter, before starting the Lenten fast. Pancakes are the perfect way of using up these ingredients.

Pancake Day is also called Pancake Tuesday, Fat Tuesday and Mardi Gras (which is French for “Fat Tuesday”).

A pancake is a thin, flat cake, prepared from a batter that usually contains flour, eggs, and butter or oil. The batter is poured into a hot skillet or griddle and fried in butter or oil. A traditional English pancake is very thin and crepe-like while American style pancakes are thicker and fluffy.

Celebrate Pancake Day 2019 with some of our favourite pancakes. Browse our best recipes and get inspiration for sweet and savoury ingredients and toppings.

LEMON CHIA PANCAKES WITH GLAZE
Lemony, light, fluffy pancakes with the goodness of chia seeds.
CHOCOLATE PANCAKES
Soft, fluffy & made with cocoa powder, these pancakes are the perfect breakfast for chocolate lovers.
PUMPKIN PANCAKES
Cinnamon, allspice, and pumpkin fill your kitchen with the warm, inviting aromas. These pancakes are so moist and delicious your family will be begging for more!
ZUCCHINI PANCAKES with CHANTERELLE MUSHROOMS
Simple, fresh ingredients combine for great flavour in this easy to prepare pancakes. Serve for a savoury breakfast, as an elegant appetizer, or for a light dinner.
PANCAKES WITH CARAMELIZED PEARS & CARAMEL SAUCE
Thin pancakes stuffed with caramelized pears and topped with a drizzle of caramel sauce.
LEMON RICOTTA PANCAKES
Egg whites are beaten until soft peaks form, then gently folded into the ricotta cheese batter, making these pancakes incredibly light and fluffy. Delicious!
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