Lyle’s Golden Syrup tops off the perfect pancake

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Pancakes wouldn’t be pancakes without Lyle’s Golden Syrup as a topping. Its unique taste and appetising aroma can very simply and magically create so many delicious toppings for your pancakes. If you have a passion for pancakes and are looking for inspiration this Pancake Day, then why not try some of these delicious ideas to get the family’s taste buds watering. Perfect pancake topping ideas: Crème Fraiche: Drizzle Lyle’s Golden Syrup over your pancakes and top with a dollop of crème fraiche. Delicious served with fruit salad. Chunky Apple Sauce: Simply heat 1 jar of chunky or smooth apple sauce and spoon between layers of pancakes (Scotch pancakes are best), stacking four or five pancakes high. Drizzle a tablespoon of Lyle’s Golden Syrup over each tower. Grand Marnier: Mix together 3-4 tablespoons of Grand Marnier (or brandy), 1 tablespoon of Lyle’s Golden Syrup and 3 egg yolks, and whisk over a pan of simmering water until a light thick creamy consistency is reached, then spoon over your warm pancakes. For a zesty finish, cut orange segments into small pieces and add to the mixture just before serving. Lemon Chantilly Cream: Mix together 150ml double cream, 1 tablespoon Lyle’s Golden Syrup, a splash of vanilla essence and juice of 1 lemon, until soft and creamy, and spoon on top of your pancakes. Goldie Oldie: You can’t beat a warm stack of freshly made deep-pan pancakes, drizzled with a generous helping of Lyle’s Golden Syrup and topped with a knob of butter or a heaped scoopful of vanilla ice cream. Try Lyle’s Golden Syrup Maple Flavour for something a little bit different. For more tasty ideas, why not send away for a free 16 page recipe booklet called ‘Simply Delicious with Gary Rhodes’, created by Lyle’s Golden Syrup and Gary Rhodes. It’s all about keeping it simple and making use of basic ingredients to create interesting family meals that are easy-to-prepare, taste great, and can be ready in minutes. To receive a free copy of the booklet send an A5 SAE (34 pence second class) to Simply Delicious with Gary Rhodes, BMA Communications, Althorp House, 4-6 Althorp Road, London SW17 7ED or log onto www.lylesgoldensyrup.com for a downloadable version. For further information, recipes or photography please contact:
Helen Beavis on 020 8682 1633/2482
[email protected]
The Lyle’s Golden Syrup range includes 454g/907g tins, the 454g easy to pour bottle, a 454g Maple flavour pouring bottle perfect for pancakes, a 454g Lyle’s Black Treacle tin, 7 flavours of 340g Lyle’s Squeezy Syrup bottles – Strawberry, Raspberry, Banoffee, Toffee, Chocolate, Blackcurrant and Golden Syrup - and Lyle’s Golden Spread 350g glass jar- available from all major supermarkets.

About Tate & Lyle: 
Tate & Lyle is a global provider of solutions and ingredients for food, beverage and industrial markets.

Tate & Lyle operates through two global divisions, Food & Beverage Solutions and Primary Products, supported by the Innovation and Commercial Development and Global Operations teams. Food & Beverage Solutions is focused on growth by building leading positions globally in the categories of beverages, dairy, and soups, sauces and dressings. Primary Products is focused on delivering steady earnings and generating cash.

Food & Beverage Solutions consists of: Texturants, including speciality starches; Sweeteners, including low- and no-calorie sweeteners; and a Health and Wellness portfolio comprising mainly speciality fibres; and Stabilisers and Functional Systems, which are bespoke ingredient blends that ensure foods retain their structure.

Primary Products consists of high-volume sweeteners, industrial starches and fermentation products (primarily acidulants).  It also sells co-products from the corn milling process as animal nutrition.

Tate & Lyle is listed on the London Stock Exchange under the symbol TATE.L. American Depositary Receipts trade under TATYY. In the year to 31 March 2020, Tate & Lyle sales totalled £2.9 billion. For more information, please visit http://www.tateandlyle.com or follow Tate & Lyle on Twitter or Linkedin.