Pancake Recipe Showdown: British, French & American Style

American style pancakes with syrup & berries

Don’t forget Pancake Day next Tuesday mamas! It only comes around once a year, and it’s the perfect excuse to indulge in delicious pancakes for breakfast, lunch and dinner. This year, why not bring a touch of international flair to the proceedings with signature pancake recipe picks from London, Paris & New York & the perfect maternity dresses to match.


French Crepe Recipe

Pregnant woman in blue maternity dress with Parisian style crepes

Throw a Parisian chic pancake party with traditional French crepes! Large, thin and crispy round the edges; these delicate crepes are perfect for a sweet or savoury option. Fill them with ham & egg, spinach and ricotta, smoked salmon & cream cheese or indulge in an extravagant nutella & banana feast. Try your hand at traditional French crepes with the undisputed champion of French food Julia Child’s recipe – whip up a batch and experiment with the fillings!


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American Pancake Recipe

New York style pancakes

Traditional American pancakes are a whole other ball game. Thick, light and fluffy; they’re made with buttermilk and designed to be eaten in a stack topped with butter, maple syrup and a side of crispy bacon! Professional domestic goddess Martha Stewart has perfected the art of the Buttermilk pancake with added blueberries for a tangy twist – get her recipe here.


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Traditional Pancake Recipe

London style pancakes

You can’t beat a classic – traditional British pancakes with lemon & sugar are quick, simple and completely delicious. Achieving the perfect crispy, fluffy balance; these pancakes will always be a winner. Check out Delia Smith’s recipe on BBC food for the perfect British pancakes.


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Happy Flipping Mamas!



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