Flapjacks, pancakes, crepes... They come in many varieties, with different ingredients, sometimes a little healthier with wholemeal flour and no sugar, sometimes quite classic with butter and maple syrup. But they all have one thing in common: you can make great shapes and faces out of them, such as our sweet Easter bunny or the cheerful pancake sun. This makes the Easter brunch even more exciting and we can go on an Easter egg hunt well fueled.
You only need a few ingredients for the basic recipe:
Easter bunny pancake topping
To turn the pancake into our sweet Easter bunny, cut the bunny ears and eyes out of a banana, put half a blueberry on each eye as a pupil and create the little snub nose with another blueberry. If you like, add red Strawberry cheeks to the bunny's face to make it even more special. And there you have it, your Easter bunny!
Sunny Pancake Face
For the sunny pancake face, it works very similarly. Just add a few more strawberries and place the slices around the pancake. You can make the face shine by putting a smile on the sun's face with lots of little blueberries.
How about muffins instead of pancakes? There are even vegetables hidden here. The carrot muffins are a popular breakfast snack for young and old alike, and the addition of carrots makes them perfect for Easter.