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Dog Friendly Pancake Recipe

We hope you are all looking forward to your delicious pancakes on #pancakeday tomorrow but do not forget, your pooches can join in on the fun too!

Here is a simple dog-friendly pancake recipe so you your dogs can enjoy some delicious pancakes as well.

All you will need is:

  • 50g plain flour
  • 1 egg
  • 100ml water


  1. Put all your ingredients in a bowl and whisk
  2. Heat a frying pan to a medium temperature
  3. Add your pancake batter to the pan
  4. Cook for 30 seconds each side

And voila, scrumptious pancakes that will leave your four-legged friends begging for more!

Get creative with your toppings and share your pancakes with us on our social media! @bunchforpets

Our office dog Norman will be demolishing his pancakes topped with peanut butter, fresh berries and leftover crumbs from his dry raw in no time.

Remember to adjust your dog’s mealtime food to allow for any extra treats they’re having!

Did you know?

In the UK, pancake races form an important part of the Shrove Tuesday celebrations – an opportunity for large numbers of people, often in fancy dress, to race down streets tossing pancakes. The object of the race is to get to the finishing line first, carrying a frying pan with a cooked pancake in it and flipping the pancake as you run.

The most famous pancake race takes place at in Buckinghamshire. According to tradition, in 1445 a woman of Olney heard the shriving bell while she was making pancakes and ran to the church in her apron, still clutching her frying pan.

The Olney pancake race is now world famous. Competitors must be local housewives and they must wear an apron and a hat or scarf.

Each contestant has a frying pan containing a hot pancake. She must toss it three times during the race. The first woman to complete the course and arrive at the church, serve her pancake to the bell ringer and be kissed by him, is the winner.

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