Get the kids busy in the kitchen creating some pancake art.
Using these brilliant squeezy pots of smooth Hartley’s jam in delicious blackcurrant, raspberry and apricot flavour you can create some fab pancake faces.
To mix up a simple pancake batter you’ll need 100g of plain flour, 2 eggs, 300ml milk and butter to fry them in.
Just tip the flour into a bowl and create a well in the middle, drop in the eggs and pour in a little milk. Using a wooden spoon stir the eggs/milk in small circles, taking in a little bit of flour on each circle and adding the remainder of the milk along the way until you have a nice smooth batter.
Then melt a knob of butter in a frying pan and when it’s sizzling pour in a scant half ladle of batter, swirl the pan so that it spreads evenly. Allow it to set then loosen it in the pan with a spatula and flip to cook the other side.
Once cooked – decorate! We’ve used squeezy smooth Hartley’s jam, party sprinkles and squirty cream. Perfect combination for creating pancake faces.
Let the kids get involved in mixing the batter, cooking the pancakes and decorating them. Pancakes are a job kids love!
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