Get your rainbow on this Pancake day with these incredible Rainbow Pancakes
– 1 large egg
– 135g plain flour
– 130ml milk
– 2 tablespoons butter
– Food colouring – red, yellow, green, blue, orange and purple
– Toppings: rainbow sprinkles, raspberries, whipped cream and strawberry laces
Add the flour, egg and milk into a bowl and whisk to a smooth batter.
Separate the batter into five separate bowls for each of the different colours of the rainbow.
Add food colouring to each of the bowls until you’re happy with the shade. You can combine primary colours to make a wider range; for example, red and yellow can be mixed to make orange.
Add a little oil or butter to a medium-sized frying pan and put on a medium-high heat.
Add the batter to the pan once hot and cook for one minute on each side – with the all important Toss Off in between.
Repeat this process with all of the different coloured batters until you have enough for your rainbow pancake stack.
Comedians Katherine Ryan and David Morgan battled it out for the title of Biggest Tosser at the launch of Terrence Higgins Trust’s pancake-themed fundraiser, Toss Off.
And to mark LGBT History Month, the TV favourites whipped up a stack of rainbow pancakes.
The charity is urging supporters to host a party for Pancake Day (28 February) and raise money to support people living with HIV.
David, who co-presents I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! NOW, said,
“I’ve thoroughly enjoyed my first Toss Off because I love rainbows and I love pancakes. As a gay man, HIV support, prevention and awareness-raising is very, very close to my heart and I’ll happily flip some pancakes with my friends to support Terrence Higgins Trust this Pancake Day.”
Friends Katherine and David came along to East London LGBT venue Dalston Superstore to see just how much fun it is to Toss Off for Terrence Higgins Trust.