Every day’s great for Pancakes right?

When my two children were toddlers and still at home or part time playschool, we used to have pancakes EVERY TUESDAY! I distinctly remember the play-staff exclaiming with jealousy when I’d pick up Bethany before lunch on Tuesdays and announce to her ‘Pancake Day’. Now my two are both at school it’s a less frequent treat but over the holidays I try to get at least one gluten free pancake day in, the other day WAS that day! This recipe works every time;

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Gluten Free Pancakes

Everyday's pancake day in our house!

Servings: 8 pancakes
  • 250 g /8oz GF plain flour
  • 4 eggs
  • 400 ml /14floz milk (with another 100-200ml extra later)
  • 2 tbsp melted butter
Topping/Filling Ideas (we have these on the table every time)
  • Banana
  • Strawberries
  • Blueberries
  • Nutella
  • Maple Syrup
  • Lemon Juice
  • Caster Sugar
  • Squirty Cream
  1. weigh out the flour into a large bowl and crack the eggs into the centre, whisk together like your life depended on it!
  2. The mixture will be very thick and 'claggy' at this point and probably get stuck in your whisk, have faith, start to add the milk but only a little at a time. when the mixture looks smooth it's ok to add the rest of the milk.
  3. Once all the milk has been added, allow the mixture to rest, you need to do this with any GF batter mixture i.e Yorkshire's to allow the flour to plump up. I normally give it 30mins at room temp.
  4. After 30mins you will need to add just enough milk to loosen the batter so that it can pour freely, start with 100ml and increase to 200ml if necessary.
  5. Heat the frying pan on a medium ring, these pancakes cook better on a lower heat for slightly longer, I use a tiny knob of butter in the pan each time.
  6. You know the pancake's ready to turn when you get the little burst air bubbles on the top. This mixture made 9 pancakes.


Mine are always made with fruit, chocolate sauce and squirty cream…delicious

Gluten Free Pancakes, simple and delicious