Enjoy Pancakes All Week With This Traybake Recipe!


Good Morning Lovelies,

Starting today, I am going to be sharing a few Pancake Day recipes with you. One will be very traditional, the other is a little different, however, it is still super tasty! Today’s is that one in fact, as I felt like Sunday is a day where we all have a bit more time to make foods for the week. 

Instead of making a mess with a frying pan, I’ve got an easy recipe to help you create a traybake pancake. Using all the same ingredients as normal, the only change is the cooking method really. It’s time to put on your favourite apron and get those pancakes ready for the week ahead. These are honestly really flipping good…


Two Cups of Plain Flour

Two Tablespoons of Granulated Sugar

One Tablespoon of Baking Powder

Two Cups of Milk

Two Large Eggs

1/2 Teaspoon of Salt

1/4 of Melted Butter

Toppings (Optional)


Baking Dish or Tray

Greaseproof Paper

One Large Mixing Bowl

A Mixing Spoon

A Whisk

One Medium Sized Mixing Bowl


  1. Start by preheating your oven to 220°C/425°F, before greasing and lining your baking dish with greaseproof paper. Place to one side when done. 
  2. Take your large mixing bowl and add in the flour, sugar, baking powder and salt. Stir together until combined. Leave to one side. 
  3. Using the medium sized mixing bowl, add the milk, eggs and butter together. Use your whisk to combine together. 
  4. Pour your wet ingredients into your dry ones and whisk together until just combined. A few lumpy bits are okay, as you don’t want to over-mix. 
  5. Once ready, pour the batter mixture into your baking dish/tray and spread out evenly using the back of your mixing spoon. If you are using an optional topping, you can sprinkle this on now. 
  6. Place into the oven and cook for around 15 to 20 minutes or until it is golden brown. 
  7. When the pancake is ready, remove from the oven and allow it to cool for a few minutes. Cut into slices, squares or rectangles. 
  8. Serve these pancakes warm with all your favourite pancake toppings lovelies! Or keep them for a few days to use in pancake lunches or easy to grab breakfasts! 

What are some unconventional ways that you make pancakes lovelies? Let me know! I hope you all enjoy this super easy method! 

Joey X

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