Pancake day!

Hi guys! What’s up? The first thing I’d like to say is … HAPPY PANCAKE DAY!!!!!! Yes, you heard me it’s that GLOURIOUS day of the year when we get to eat a whole meal of JUST pancakes! Just thinking of it makes my mouth water! Without no doubt, I can guarantee you that homemade pancakes are 1000 times better that those ones that you get in the supermarket. Therefore, with no hesitation, I am going to tell you how to make 10 pancake in just 30 minutes!!!!  🙂

You will need a:

Wisk or a wooden spoon

Measuring jug

A mixing bowl

A frying pan

Ingredients:

. 100g of plain flour

. 2 large eggs

. 300ml milk

. A few drops of vanilla essence

. Butter for frying

 

Method

  1. Sieve the flour into the mixing bowl and both off the eggs and slowly pour the milk in. Using the whisk, mix everything! Your batter should be a sort of thick liquid that you can pour.

TIP: make sure your batter has no lumps!

 

  1. Put your frying pan on the hob. It doesn’t matter how big it is; it’s your choice in sizing! Turn the hob on medium heat and let it warm up. As soon as it’s warm, put a little bit of butter on the pan and swirl it around.
  2. Once your pan is ready, pour some batter in and leave it to cook on one side for around a minute

 

  1. FLIP IT!!!

 

  1. Cook the pancake on the other side for another minute. You should now have a golden-brown treat!

 

  1. Repeat steps 2-6 until you have finished all your batter! Now you have the choice of topping! 🙂

 

Topping ideas:

. ‘The Classic’- Lemon juice and sugar (I find this on revolting!)

. ‘The Brain Freeze’ – Ice Cream and any dessert sauce

 And finally, the one that I made up: ‘The Ella Berry’ – Nutella and strawberries,

 

So that’s it for today! I hope you enjoyed your pancakes and next time try my recipe! AUREVOIR!

My First blog post

Hi guys! It’s KK (Kreative Kenza)! Today, it was my first day back at school from the Christmas Holidays!  I am going to tell you a bit about my day! J

I live in London, in my school we sit on tables and our teacher gives us work suitable for each person depending on which level you are.  This year our table’s names are named after some of Roald Dahl’s books. The names are: Wonkas, Matildas, BFGs, Peaches, Foxes and Crocodiles. Today we were sat onto different tables, as it was the beginning of a new term. I was sat onto Wonkas for Maths like before and Matildas for English.

If you haven’t read any of Roald Dahls books you should read some.

In the afternoon, my class had a philosophy lesson. We read a book and at the end, our teacher asked us what questions we thought of. She wrote them all down and we had to vote for which one you would like to discuss with the class. The most popular one was: “Why do we have so many wars going around the world and everything linked to it”.  Surprisingly, it was really interesting!

So, that’s it for today, AUREVOIR!