Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 5 mins

This recipe was given to me by my aunt before she died. It is the easiest pancake recipe I have ever seen, and they never fail to be light and fluffy.


  1. Place all ingredients into a large mixing bowl, and mix for approx 2 minutes.
  2. Pour into a hot non stick pan and cook until air bubbles form on one side. Flip and cook until done (do not press on pancakes too hard because they will shrink.).
  3. Other variations include using all purpose plain flour with a small amount of bicarbonate soda, or substituting half the milk for a sweet lemonade.
  4. Top with maple syrup or lemon and sugar mix.


Most Helpful

Really great, quick pancakes. I highly recommend them. I would however definitely add 2 Tbs of sugar to make them more tasty. They are also best fresh from the pan! Perfect for a quick breakfast, lunch, or even dinner with some bacon or eggs. ENJOY!

sophie.trenholm December 12, 2013

I never thought pancakes could be so fluffy, that's why I've always preferred waffles . . til now ! My husband couldn't figure out how I did it ! My grandkids think I'm magical. The only thing I modified is adding a tsp of pure vanilla and fresh hand picked Alaskan blueberries. By the way, don't waste these pancakes with fake maple syrup, use the real stuff, you'll be glad you did ! Ooohhh, must go get the left over one I hid for dessert after my dinner :o)

Old School Chef February 27, 2011

Very easy to whip together. I would however add more flavouring - possibly 2 tbs sugar or splenda and possibly some cinnamon to the mixture. I did add fresh blueberries to the batter.

Wendy's Kitchen February 28, 2006

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