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Bec’s favourite Pancakes

A stack of pancakes on a white plate with syrup and butter

My grandson loves pancakes. Actually, I’m not sure if anyone would knock them back for breakfast.  This is my favourite Thermomix Pancake Recipe, which I hope you’ll love too.

I make this Pancake recipe in the Thermomix because it’s easy to weigh, mix and pour the batter out of the jug.  If you don’t own a Thermomix, just make them in a jug, weighing all the ingredients separately on a scale.  They’re pretty easy to mix with a whisk.  I’m sure you’ll get the idea from the recipe.

Classes if you are local (Melbourne) or Zooms from anywhere 🙂
A stack of Thermomix Pancakes with Maple Syrup being poured over the top.
Pancake stack with maple syrup and orange

When you serve them, try adding an orange. If you’ve never had it before, the paly on sweet and sour is delightful. I’ve converted a lot of people over the years.  I don’t know if it’s just something my family would do or it’s something they do in England.  (My parents were English, and I find many of my favourite tastes hark back to my childhood).

A stack of pancakes on a white plate with syrup and butter

Bec’s Favourite Pancakes

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We serve our pancakes with orange and maple syrup. Add a squeeze of lemon to the batter if you want to help activate the baking powder (making them fluffier).
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Total Time 20 minutes
Difficulty Easy
Course Breakfast, Brunch
Cuisine Greek
Servings 4
Method Thermomix


  • 1 Thermomix


For the Pancakes

  • 250 g Plain flour
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 20 g Sugar
  • 20 g Baking Powder
  • 2 large Eggs
  • 60 g butter
  • 400 g milk
  • 2 tsp Vanilla

For Serving

  • 1 Lemon
  • 1 Orange
  • 1 Maple syrup


  • Weigh all the dry ingredients into the TM bowl and whisk on speed 6/3 seconds. Remove the dry mix into a bowl and set aside.
  • Weigh the 60 g butter into the TM bowl and melt at 60°c/2m/sp 2
  • Weigh the milk, vanilla and eggs to the TM bowl pop in the MC and whisk on speed 6/5 seconds
  • Add the flour mix back to the TM bowl and blend on speed 5/6 seconds then leave to rest while you heat your pan.
  • Make sure your pan is thoroughly warmed through before adding your butter and/oil. I spray a little olive oil onto the hot pan first then add a small knob of butter, wait for the butter to melt before pouring some pancake mix into the pan.
  • Cook the pancake until you see bubbles appear on the surface.  Wait for the  majority of bubbles to burst, and the surface loses its shine, then flip
  • Cook the other side until golden brown, remove to a plate and repeat the cooking process until you’ve used up all the batter.  
  • Serving suggestions. 
    Serve with Maple Syrup, Sprinkle of sugar, Orange, Lemon, small knobs of butter, Jam and cream.  I should stop now.  LOL
    But wait, you can leave the sugar and vanilla out of the recipe and make these savoury.  Have you ever tried Spanish Pancakes?

Want to know more?

I’m not really a breakfast person, but if I’m cooking for the family I can manage to eat these.  Another thing I’m able to eat any time of day are scones.  Another quick and easy breakfast idea for days off.  Here’s my favourite recipe for scones.

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  1. OMG delicious and super fluffy!! A huge hit in our house this morning. Even my fussy 3yo had 3 serves. Thankyou for sharing your recipe. This one is now bookmarked for future use.

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