Who doesn’t love a good pancake?

For me, I have to be in a pancake mood to want them… maybe it’s because I have spent so much time at camp. Camp and pancakes sort of go hand in hand… but I have grown to enjoy this treat again.

Here is basic recipe that has being used in my family since I was little!


1½ cups Self Raising Flour
2 tablespoons Sugar
2 Eggs
1 cup Milk
60g Butter

Sift flour and sugar. Lightly beat eggs and then combine with milk and melted butter and combine with dry ingredients. Mix well. Heat fry pan and cook pancake mixture. Once the edges brown or bubbles appear in the pancake, flip pancake to cook on the other side. Serve with fruit and syrup – or however you love to enjoy them the most! (A favourite for me at the moment is Vegemite on pancakes! YUMMY!)

TIP: If you like thinner pancakes, make a runnier consistency and if you like the fat and fluffy pancakes make it a thicker consistency. Add more milk or flour depending on what you want the consistency to be.