1. Hello, this is a Reeses Pieces pancake stack, nice to meet you.
2. And this is the the Red Velvet Wonder.
Just pancakes made with red velvet batter, drizzled white chocolate and cream cheese icing, and strawberries.
3. This? It’s a Jaffa Cake pancake, for real. It’s got dark chocolate sauce and an orange filling.
4. And this is the The Oreo Cookie Cake.
It’s got marshmallows, it’s got a chocolate pancakes, and it’s got Oreos. OMFG.
5. If you want to chow down, it’s pretty easy.
All the pancakes feature on the The Diner’s special pancake menu, available at seven London sites (Shoreditch, Covent Garden, Dalston, Spitafields, Islington, Gloucester Road, Camden) from 17th to 22nd February.
6. Or, you can make their Oreo pancakes at home. Here’s how:
Recipe courtesy of The Diner
For the pancake batter:
Medium eggs (x8)
Unsalted butter (125g)
Vanilla extract (1 and a half tsp.)
Plain flour (600g)
Corn flour (100g)
Baking powder (30g)
Granulated sugar (125g)
Oreo cookies (150g)
Unsalted butter for frying (100g)
Marshmallow fluff (25g)
Maple Syrup/Chocolate sauce (100ml)
Melt the butter and combine with buttermilk, eggs and vanilla extract.
Combine the plain flour, corn flour, baking powder and granulated sugar. Blitz the Oreo cookies in a food processor till fine crumbs and add to the dry mix.
Whisk the buttermilk, eggs and vanilla extract together with dry ingredients. Continue mixing for 2-3 minutes.
Grease a large hot frying pan with butter and add dollops of pancake mix, keeping them separate. Allow to cook for 3 minutes on each side. They should puff up in the pan.
Stack cooked pancakes on a plate, add a dollop of marshmallow fluff, break a few Oreos on top (if you have any left over) and drizzle with maple syrup or chocolate sauce depending on your taste.
For those who really want to get in the spirit cut yourself out an Oreo stencil and dust with icing sugar for a perfect finish.