Lemon juice and sugar. Pah! This is how you really do pancakes

Just when we’d just about managed to get our pancake batter into perfectly-formed circles (well, sort of), a new wave of pancakes comes along that leaves us stumped. Gah.

 

It’s clear we need to up our pancake game, and these are pretty flippin’ sweet.

 

Animal magic

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From a kangaroo to a koala, these Australian outback-inspired pancakes almost look too good to eat. Almost.

 

Peter Rabbit

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Rabbit pancake

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What child (or, let’s face it, adult) could resist this Beatrix Potter culinary creation?

 

Float like a butterfly

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The only insects we’ll be eating this year. Fact.

 

Turtle power

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Turtle pancake

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The stuff of little boys’ dreams.

 

A roaring success

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Dinosaur pancake

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The only time we’d be pleased to see one of these in the morning (or any other time, in fact).

 

Shark tale

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Plain pancakes have never looked so good.

 

The fire starter

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Dragon pancake

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The devil really is in the detail.

 

A whale of a time

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Whale pancake

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Yes, that really is a pancake. We might just file this under 'inspiration'.

 

There’s a moose, loose…

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Moose pancake

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It might be simpler in design (well, in comparison), but this moose still puts our traditional flat pancakes to shame.