You would be doing well to find someone who does not enjoy a tasty pancake.
But for the vast majority of us in Ireland pancakes are a rare luxury - so much so that we have had to dedicate a day each year to reminding us just how great they are and to eat them! And we do, en masse for that one solitary day.
However, with this quick and simple recipe from Bord Bia this could become a trend of the past!
Apple and yogurt pancakes with blackberry and honey sauce
Ingredients (serves six )
300g self-raising flour
150ml natural yoghurt
2 eating apples, peeled and chopped
Milk - enough to make a thick batter
Butter to cook the pancakes
Blackberry and honey sauce:
200g blackberries (or blueberries )
2-3 tbsp honey
Juice of 1 lemon
Place all the batter ingredients in the processor.
Whizz until well blended.
Heat a non–stick pan and add a touch of butter.
Add four large spoonfuls of batter, spaced well apart, and cook for two minutes until bubbles appear. Then flip and cook for another minute.
Transfer to a plate and keep warm while you cook the rest (makes about 16 ).
To make the sauce, heat the fruit, honey, and lemon juice until you have a nice thick fruity sauce.
Serve warm with the pancakes and extra yoghurt if you wish.