Will you be testing out any of these suggestions on Pancake Day?
We may be able to eat the treat every day of the year, but pancakes definitely taste the best on their designated day. But before we get to work on our batter, we asked you for your best topping suggestions (sweet or savoury) and you did not disappoint. Classic or crazy, you definitely gave us plenty of ideas to test our taste buds this Pancake Day. Here are some of our favourites.
We've all tried out jam on our pancakes, but how about a crunchy, sugary biscuit spread in the middle? A sure favourite with the kids.
Sweet and salty - it's the best of both worlds. Do you fancy this American twist?
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While many families like to keep their pancakes sweet, you lot delivered with some savoury options too. Would this be up your street?
Make it a proper pudding after your tea by adding a scoop of vanilla. Chocolate sauce to top it off!
Warming and filling on a chilly March night!
We'll admit, it's a new one on us. But we'd be open to giving it a try.
Sometimes you just don't mess with tradition.
Want to kick the classic lemon and sugar up a notch? Get your spoon and start spreading.
Feeling decadent? This is the perfect topping for you.
Everyone has their favourite flavour - and this is definitely a popular choice.
You heard. It's great on chips, and in crisps. So why not on your pancakes!
Why not? Have it for your breakfast and start the day right.
Transform your pancakes into cannelloni by packing them full and popping them in the oven. Great idea!
Great for a sweet treat after the work, or school, day is over.
A personal favourite from one of our readers - and it could become yours this Pancake Day if you test it out.
Yep, that's right. This was a new one on us, but a few of you suggested it so it must be a thing. Fancy it?
Great fun for the kids to spread their own - and plenty of flavours available too. Just pick your favourite!
In a squeezy bottle, to draw a smiley face, and you're away!