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History: From Ancient to Modern Pancakes

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History: From Ancient to Modern Pancakes

At the beginning, there were flour, water, and fire. Such simple ingredients formed the basis of what we now know as pancakes. But a pancake is not just breakfast or dessert; it has traversed centuries of history, crossed oceans, and made us all a little happier. Join us on this journey through the history of pancakes.

In ancient times, even in the Stone Age, people mixed flour and water, baked it on hot stones, and made something similar to our modern pancakes. πŸ”₯🍘 Ancient Greeks and Romans also enjoyed these flat, round treats, adding honey, fruit, and spices to them.

As civilizations progressed, so did pancakes. In the Middle Ages, the French refined the recipe by adding eggs and milk, creating crepes, thinner and finer pancakes that became synonymous with French cuisine. πŸ‡«πŸ‡·πŸ₯ž

The overseas journey of pancakes began with the colonization of America. American pancakes, or as Americans call them "pancakes," are thick and fluffy, often served in layers with maple syrup. πŸ₯žπŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ

As for the Asian continent, Thailand is home to some of the most innovative and unique pancakes. They are usually thinner, crispier, with various sweet and savory fillings, providing a unique gastronomic experience. πŸ‡ΉπŸ‡­πŸ―

Today, pancakes are truly a global phenomenon, with countless variations reflecting different tastes and cultures. At Kinder's Cake, we are proud to offer you a part of that rich history with our original and innovative recipes. 🌍🍽️



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