Dutch pancakes are more akin to French crepes. They’re a common thing in the Netherlands and there are many pancake houses you can eat at, though of course they’re a doddle (that means ‘easy to accomplish’ in the UK) to make. Our daughter likes the salty/sweet taste of cheese and Dutch pancake syrup (stroop) which I buy in Holland. We eat them for breakfast, though in Holland they’re as easily eaten at lunch or dinner. We don’t have a set routine (for anything I think!) but I might make these once, sometimes twice a month.
Paul de Zwart is the founder of the British furniture company Another Country.