With less than a week to go until Pancake Day, everyone’s thinking about new pancake recipes for 2017, and creative ways that they can make their pancakes. After all, Shrove Tuesday only comes around once a year so it’s important to make the most of it! We’ve got a unique new recipe that you’re going to love… Oven Baked Pancakes! Did you know you can cook pancakes in the oven?! Well you can, and they taste delicious! Ingredients For your oven baked pancakes recipe, you will need: 60g plain flour 110ml milk 3 tablespoons butter 2 eggs 1 teaspoon caster sugar A pinch of salt ¼ teaspoon vanilla extract (optional) Any toppings that you would like! Method: Preheat oven to 220 C / Gas 7.
Shrove Tuesday is not far away, but why not try something different this year and opt for a healthy pancake recipe that still tastes delicious? Here, you can find an easy, low fat pancake recipe for one that you will be able to whip up in no time at all – our healthy pancake recipe only involves 3 key ingredients, and you can add on as many more as you’d like! Ingredients 1 ripe banana 1 large egg 2 tablespoons of flour A spray of oil Instructions Peel your banana and mash it in a bowl, until you’re rid of all the lumps and bumps. Then add the raw egg and flour and mix together.
Many people aren’t entirely sure on how to use a slow cooker and if it’s completely safe to leave a slow cooker on overnight. Slow cookers are designed to be left to cook for long periods of time, so the truth is that it’s entirely safe to leave your slow cooker on overnight, if you’re out the house or if you’re at work all day, as long as you follow all the directions and the manufacturer’s instructions.
Slow cookers are capable of producing delicious home-cooked food which is rich in flavour, all with minimal effort. They’re also cheap to run, save time and can provide a healthy way of cooking – what’s not to love! There are many benefits to purchasing a slow cooker, but many people are left wondering how to use a slow cooker, and exactly what can I cook in a slow cooker? We’ve put together our top slow cooker tips to help answer your questions.
As we all know, today has officially been named ‘Blue Monday’ – aka ‘the most miserable day of the year’. The idea was created as a PR stunt a few years back, but resonated with so many people that it’s now been incorporated into our calendar, acknowledging the ‘perfect storm’ that’s created post-Christmas, when debt levels combine with low motivation, bad weather and negative feelings about ourselves! However – there is good news on the horizon – Blue Monday, (or any other day you’re feeling a tad depressed or down), can now be tackled by baking! It’s official – studies have found that baking offers a whole host of benefits that will distract, alter mindset and increase feelings of wellbeing.