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Easter bunny pancakes

Check out this super fun Easter breakfast! Not only does it look great and taste great, but it’ll help the kids get their daily dose of fruit, too.

Inspired by a recipe from Earth Markets - with a pancake recipe adapted from BBC Good Food - it’s so easy to whip up this remarkable dish.

The kids will love helping to make their own bunnies too!

Nutritional content

Servings: 4 people

Cook time: 20 minutes


100g plain flour

2 eggs

300ml milk

1 tbsp oil


1 banana, sliced

Grapes, halved


  1. To make the pancakes, put the flour, eggs, milk and oil in a large bowl with a pinch of salt. Then, whisk until smooth.

  2. Heat a frying pan over a medium heat and add a little oil.

  3. When it’s warm, add a ladle full of the mixture into the pan - this will be the bunny’s body.

  4. Cook for around 1 minute on each side until it turns golden. Then, take it out of the pan and keep it warm in the oven.

  5. Next, add smaller spoonfuls of the mixture to create the bunny’s head and feet.

  6. Once they’re cooked, place the large pancake in the middle of a plate, with a smaller one at the top for its head, and two smaller ones at the bottom for its feet.

  7. Take your chopped banana and use it to create a tail and ears. Then, add grape halves to create the bunny’s eyes, nose and mouth.


Vegan: For vegan pancakes inspired by BBC Food, we recommend using these ingredients instead - 125g self-raising flour, 2 tbsp caster sugar, 1 tsp baking powder, pinch of salt, 150ml soya or almond milk and ¼ tsp vanilla extract.

To store: We recommend eating these pancakes straight away.


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