Sunday Morning Pancake Recipe

There is nothing so wonderful as a relaxing Sunday morning spent at home. Personally on Sunday mornings we love an extra hour in bed sleeping in a little, enjoying a coffee and reading a book in our soft cotton sheets. When it’s finally time to get up, a family breakfast is the perfect start to the day, and what better way to treat everyone but with a delicious plate of pancakes. Although not everyone is a master chef in the kitchen, we’ve found a recipe that is easy to make and tastes fantastic!
sunday morning pancake recipe

The preparation and cooking time are very quick so all the pancaked deliciousness can be enjoyed in not time. This recipe is a classic good old-fashioned pancake with a Maple syrup and wild Blackberry topping. We really think you’ll enjoy it, so give it a try and let us know how they turned out by tagging us in your photos @catherinedenoualmaison on Facebook or Instagram.

Below we provide step-by-step and easy to follow instructions to achieve the perfect pancakes right in your own home!

Sunday Morning Pancake Recipe
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1. The Prep

Before you begin, make sure you have all the ingredients with you and lay them out clearly in your kitchen with the correct measurements to its easy once you get started.

First in a large bowl, mix well together the flour, baking powder, salt and sugar with a spoon. Then make a hole in the centre of your mixture and pour in the milk, egg and melted butter. Mix until the batter is smooth and all the ingredients are unified.

2. Get your Master Chef on

Once the batter is done, take a round flat pan and lightly oil it with vegetable oil or butter, go over to your stove and start heating it over medium high heat.

Wait a few seconds for the oil to heat up and scoop a spoonful or your batter onto the pan. Try to drop the batter to make a round dollop. You need to use approximately 35 grams of batter for each pancake. Flip them once one side has cooked brown and allow for both sides to become that nice golden brown colour!

3. Savour every Bite!

You’ve finished all the pancake batter and you are left with about 6 tasty pancakes, serve hot on a plate. The last step is to sprinkle a generous serving of blackberries on top and pour some Maple Syrup for the final touch. Now all that is left to do is sit and devour!


  • 200 grams all-purpose flour
  • 3 1/2 teaspoons baking powder
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 1 tablespoon white sugar
  • 300ml milk
  • 1 egg
  • 3 tablespoons butter, melted
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Sunday Morning Pancake with blackberries
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  • Preparation 5 minutes
  • Cook 15 minutes
  • Ready in 20 minutes

Pro Tip

Do not press on the batter while it is cooking in the pan because this will stop your pancakes from rising and becoming beautifully fluffy!

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