Pancake pops

These cute little pancake pops are delicious dipped in sticky maple syrup and are perfect for your party table. You won't be able to stop at just one!

Easy egg pikelets

These easy egg pikelets will have even the fussiest of eaters begging for more! Light, fluffy and SO moreish, these little bites are great for after-school snacks or served alongside some streamed veggies for an easy-peasy kids' dinner.

Crepes

This crepe recipe is really easy and you can use it for sweet or savoury crepes. Once you make this you will never buy crepes again.

Coconut flour pancakes

These coconut flour pancakes are for those that want to go wheat free. They are perfect served with maple syrup or raw honey and blueberries.You can also make them dairy-free by using coconut milk.

Mulberry pancakes

These light and delicious pancakes use mulberry fromage frais in their mix and are topped with a dollop of the same! Fruity, creamy and a perfect way to start the day.

Rainbow Pancakes

You’ve seen the famous rainbow cake. Now here are the rainbow pancakes. For a special occasion breakfast for a special little person, they are sure to delight.

Choc chip pancakes

Either as a treat for breakfast or a yummy dessert, these choc chip pancakes will be a hit with the whole family. Buy the more expensive choc chips that hold their shape when heated; cheaper ones melt and make it very difficult to flip the pancake.

Rice cooker cake

This rice cooker cake is cooked in your rice cooker. Yes, that's right - rice cooker! It looks like a golden buttery cake, uses pancake batter and is so easy that you can get the kids to help you whip it up. What's not to love?

Buttermilk pancakes

Pancakes add a splash of special to a weekend breakfast, so get cooking with this deliciously simple buttermilk pancake recipe. This batter will keep in the fridge for three or four days or can be used to cook a batch of 12 to 16 pancakes straight away.

2 ingredient crepes

These crepes are light and you can fill them with sweet or savoury fillings. They are egg-free, sugar-free and dairy-free and therefore versatile. Think Nutella, strawberries and cream for sweet or feta, ham and diced tomatoes for savoury ...

Purple pancakes

Make breakfast fun with these purple pancakes. The purple comes from pureed blueberries. Top with yoghurt, honey and fresh berries and the kids will love them!

Ricotta hotcakes

These delicious ricotta hotcakes have a luscious rhubarb and raspberry compote to serve over the top. They're not too hard for the beginner and just special enough to serve to your friends for breakfast or brunch.