American Style Pancakes Recipe

Posted on October 1st, 2011 in Recipes by Stephanie

One of my all time breakfast faves is a huge stack of fluffy American pancakes drizzled with heaps of warm maple syrup. A good American pancake is hard to find in London so I usually make them myself at home as they are so easy to make and it takes less than 10 minutes!

Here is a great American style pancakes recipe so you can whip them up yourself for breakfast or as a treat for dessert. I found this yummy recipe on the BakingMad.com website which is full of recipes for cakes, cookies, breads, pancakes and more and is fantastic for getting recipe ideas!

American Style Pancakes With Maple Syrup And Dragonfruit

Ingredients:

  • Plain white flour (225g)
  • Baking powder (4tsp)
  • Golden caster sugar (2tsp)
  • Salt (1tsp)
  • 2 Eggs (lightly beaten)
  • Milk (300ml)
  • Butter (50g)

Directions:

  • Sieve the flour and baking powder into a bowl and stir in the sugar and salt. Make a well in the centre and add the eggs and milk. Whisk to a smooth battter and ideally leave for 30 minutes.
  • Lightly grease a pan with butter and spoon the mixture onto the hot pan. Cook on each side for a couple of minutes.
  • Transfer to a plate and keep warm while you cook the remaining batter. Use the remaining butter inbetween to re-grease the pan.
  • Enjoy drizzled with syrup or stack and serve with fresh fruits.

TIP: Sometimes I add thinly sliced bananas to the pancake mixture for banana pancakes or blueberries for blueberry pancakes. Or you could try using grated orange peel and orange cooking essence for orange pancakes.

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23 Comments »

Comment by Joel
2011-10-05 11:40:18

Stephanie, If that one is prepared by you, i must say one thing that is “you’re a great cook”, it is definitely yummy and delicious dish

 
2011-10-10 11:18:35

The shape of the Pancake is really eye catching the recipe seems good as well.

 
Comment by Jeff
2011-10-12 06:59:36

Nothing beats an American breakfast! I miss pancakes. =(

 
Comment by Matt
2011-10-12 07:11:12

I sometimes add chocolate to the mixture. Choco-Pancakes yummy!

 
Comment by Peter
2011-10-12 07:36:20

I always crave for pancakes, my mornings aren’t complete without a cup of coffee plus a pancake on my table.

 
Comment by penny auctions site
2011-10-13 19:41:51

Oh how I love pancakes! I start my day with pancakes and it really makes my day energetic. Pancake with coffee is absolutely mouth-watering. Thanks for the tips I never thought of that.

 
Comment by preventing snoring
2011-10-19 06:00:06

Thanks for providing such a great stuff.I really liked your recipe.Keep sharing such a great recipe.

 
Comment by Christina Stumer
2011-10-19 07:22:26

Hi,

Really like the recipe. I have tried it once and it was great, but now I want to make it a little more interesting: banana slices and some chocolate chips to the mix.

When do you think it’s best to add the chocolate chips for them to remain intact and not dissolve?

Thanks,

Christina.

Comment by Stephanie
2011-10-20 11:33:06

Hi Christina, thank-you for your message. I would cook one side of the pancake first and before the other side (top side) sets, drop the chocolate chips in and then flip the pancake over to cook it.

 
 
Comment by Reston real estate
2011-10-20 14:50:56

Having pancakes for breakfast never fails to make anyone’s day. This is indeed a great way to start the morning. Appreciate the recipes!

 
Comment by Hyder
2011-10-21 05:25:53

This is watering my mouth. Looks so delicious. Thanks for the recipe Stephanie…

 
Comment by Christina Stumer
2011-10-21 07:05:00

Great advice, Thank you, Stephanie!

 
Comment by sohan
2011-10-25 10:42:39

Owo_ I search this kind of recipe from and at last I got it and now I’m eating. Umm_
Oh_
@stephanie You are really great.

 
Comment by Top pink laptop
2011-10-25 12:30:37

First of all, thanks Stephanie for such awesome recipes.

What I have a big problem with is turning the pancakes around – I always manage to get the top part of the pancake all over the place. How to you turn them to get such a good shape?

for Christina Stumer: if you have a harder doe you can also add them just before placing them in the frying pan. For me it worked.

Comment by Stephanie
2011-10-29 02:00:45

Hi, thanks for your message! When the bottom of the pancake is firm I use a spatula to flip the pancake. I usually use a mould to shape my pancakes into hearts etc which helps keep the shape too.

 
 
Comment by vet in Tampa
2011-10-27 14:35:22

Thanks for the recipe, the beautiful heart-shaped pancakes in the photo look delicious.

 
Comment by sudha
2011-10-28 07:28:53

Oh how I love pancakes! I start my day with pancakes and it really makes my day energetic. Pancake with coffee is absolutely mouth-watering. Thanks for the tips I never thought of that.

 
Comment by Jack Black
2011-10-28 18:45:43

I’ve tried all kinds of pancakes but I have to say I love the slim European ones the most. It of course depend on the filling but you can let your imagination run here.

 
Comment by Sarah Scott
2011-10-31 07:21:20

The shape of the pancake make it more delicious, that once you have served this to your special someone expect a kiss from them, I like the way you presented your pancakes, will take note of the recipe thanks.

 
Comment by Reston real estate
2011-11-06 17:19:32

One of the most all-time favorites. Great recipe. Thanks for sharing. I’ll go try this out.

 
Comment by sapna
2011-11-17 12:55:04

Thanks Stephanie :)
I tried your recipe at home and it was delicious :) Thanks again. Looking forward for more.

 
Comment by Schmuckperlen
2012-03-22 10:30:51

there is so much delicious food in your blog

 
Comment by Jenifar
2012-06-03 12:29:08

Wow, this is really a testy breakfast item.I like this kind recipe. Thanks for sharing the fantastic recipe.

 
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