David Beckham enjoys World Pancake Day with his daughter; See the pictures
David Beckham celebrated ‘Pancake Day’ in style with his daughter Harper. The great footballer has shared a video of his cooking journals. Here, he is seen flipping pancakes in a frying pan. And, oh my boy. He succeeded like a pro. Can you say flip it like Beckham? I hope we haven’t overdone it. Well, we have to tell you there’s more. As we swipe left, we see Harper joining her father. And then the two flaunt their skills on camera. We can’t help but add that David Beckham and Harper have major father-daughter goals. Accept? The 46-year-old, in the caption, wrote: ‘Always loved, always celebrated Pancake Day. Fun flip with Harper Seven.’ He went on to say he missed the rest of the family, including his wife Victoria Beckham , their sons Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz Beckham.
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World Pancake Day, or Mardi Gras, is marked before the fasting season of Lent. It is a day of indulgence and it has become a tradition for people to eat pancakes to mark the start of Lent.
David Beckham also shared images of the finished pancakes on his Instagram Stories. The pancake Harper made looked delicious, but the one he had cooked looked roasted. “I lost my eyes on my third pancake,” he wrote.
Instagram story by David Beckham
If the Beckhams have inspired you to try a pancake too, here are some mouth-watering pancake recipes:
1. Classic American Pancakes
Easy to prepare with just a few basic ingredientssuch as egg, milk, flour, sugar, baking powder, these fluffy pancakes carry a variety of fillings.
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2. Pancakes without eggs
This one is for those who prefer vegetarian dishes. You can serve them with a sweet sauce or garnish to keep you feeling full longer.
3. Pancakes with bananas and caramelized apples
Packed with banana goodness and topped with caramelized golden apples, these pancakes are a fruitful delight. A healthy way to start the day.
4. Spinach crepe
Give your usual pancake a desi turn. It’s an interesting way to provide essential nutrients to your children by hiding the spinach inside the diapers.
5. Coconut Pancakes
These traditional Goan pancakes are also known as Allebelles, with coconut and jaggery filling. Again, a great way to start the day.