Stacey Solomon, Molly-Mae Hague, and Mark Wright lead celebs showing off their pancake efforts

IT'S PANCAKE Day so the celebrities have been showing off their flipping skills.

The likes of Stacey Solomon, Molly-Mae Hague, and Mark Wright have all given it a go – with some efforts better than others.


In Stacey's kitchen and she enlisted the help of her adorable sons.

The family could be seen all helping to make the delicious treats.

Stacey shared a pic of the finished result, which saw the pancakes made into Teddy Bears.

Over in Essex and Mark proved he knew how to make the perfect pancake.


He shared a video of himself performing a perfect flip.

Things didn't go so well for Molly-Mae as she burnt her ones to a crisp.

Celebrity brothers AJ and Curtis Pritchard whipped up a whole stack of pancakes.

Elsewhere and pregnant Laura Whitmore showed off her growing bump as she whipped up a feast of battered delights for her and husband Iain Stirling.




The TV star can be seen dishing up perfect pancakes for the couple to enjoy.

Over in Scarlett Moffatt's home things didn't go as well.

The former Gogglebox star showed off her disastrous effort on Instagram.

Showing off her burnt frying pan she wrote: "Everyone else posting their lush pancakes… erm my turned out like mashed potato with the smell of rubber 🥞 least I can laugh about it 🤣."



Meanwhile, Daisy Lowe proved that you can be sexy in the kitchen as she posed with her pancake.

Pancake Day is arguably the best part of Easter celebrations for many of us foodies.

The day always falls on a Tuesday because of the period of time it marks between the start of Lent and Easter.

Pancake Day dates as far back as 1000AD.

It was called Shrovetide in the middle ages, when people would make a point of visiting a priest the week before to confess to all the naughty things they'd done, then be shriven and told what they had to do to make up for it.

Shrove Tuesday is meant as one last hurrah before everything gets sombre and repentant.

 

 

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