Breakfast staples differ around the world. In fact, India is so diverse that you would find a different breakfast dish in every region. Parathas pan across India and are prepared in a variety of ways. For the uninitiated, parathas are a type of Indian flatbread. Another interesting breakfast dish is cheela or poora. Also referred to as Indian-style pancakes, the cheela is savoury in taste and usually made of flour. Disha Patani also seems to like pancakes, but the videshi way. Pancakes are a type of flat cake which is made from a thick batter that is poured on a griddle. The MS Dhoni actress is in Barcelona at the moment and shared a glimpse of her breakfast. 

The Indian actress has been enjoying a couple of sweet breakfasts in the city and one of them waffles. Topped with peanut butter, strawberries, blueberries and more, the waffles looked drool-worthy. On Sunday, she posted a picture of a stack of pancakes on her Instagram stories. She wrote in the caption, “Day 2 of this” and we’re guessing that she has been having these pancakes over the weekend. The pancakes were topped with peanut butter, chopped strawberries and blueberries. There’s also a star-shaped fruit on top, dusted off with powdered sugar. 

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Making pancakes isn’t really a tough job. All you need to do is make a good pancake batter with the right consistency and then pour the batter onto the pan in a circular shape. The pancake is cooked on one side and then flipped, to be cooked on the other. There are a variety of toppings you can add to your pancakes. Here are a few ways to amp up the pancakes and enjoy breakfast. 

1.  Strawberry-Banana Pancakes 

A quick and easy way to spruce up your pancakes is by adding some chopped fruits to it. While all kinds of berries go really well with pancakes, it is strawberries that can do wonders to your plate. Add some sliced strawberries as well as chopped bananas to your pancake and drizzle honey syrup over it. 

2.  Green Pancakes 

Not only can the toppings be made interesting, you can play around with the pancake batter too. Mix some green food colour into batter of baking soda, flour, milk and eggs. Cook the green pancakes are top them with a layer of whipped cream and colourful sprinklers. 

3.  Blueberry Pancakes 

The thick and fluffy pancakes are best paired with a creamy sauce or a sweet, thick syrup. Maple syrup and honey are great options. To add some more element to the breakfast, blueberries can be topped on the pancakes and enjoyed.