you could try this one! I'm Natalie, I haven't introduced myself properly yet but I have been lurking around the UK boards for a few weeks. I am a yankee candle fan too so I have been checking out that thread regularly. So, anyway, here is the recipe I've just used. My mum and I liked them and they did taste more american than the ones we have made in the past. My dad likes IHOP alot, they taste a bit like the ones you can get there. Makes 6 large pancakes. You will need; 190g plain flour, 10g baking powder and 10g sugar, 3g salt, 1 egg, 295ml milk and 45g butter. 1tsp Vanilla Extract (optional). How to make them; 1. Melt butter gently in a pan and heat milk for 1 minute in microwave. Whilst these are heating, combine dry ingredients in a bowl. 2. Combine milk and melted butter and add egg, whisking with a fork. Make well in dry ingredients pouring liquid ingredients into centre and adding vanilla extract if you are using it then use a whisk to form ingredients into a smooth batter, getting rid of any lumps. 3. Grease a frying pan. I do this by pouring a little vegetable oil (crisp n dry) onto a scrunched up piece of kitchen towel and wiping into round the inside of the pan. Once you've done that, heat pan (get it really hot!) and pour a ladle full of pancake batter into pan. Swirl batter round to coat whole pan with a thin layer. Edges should curl up when golden and bubbles will appear on surface, this is when you should turn it - flip at your own risk ! After 1 min pancake should be ready. Serve and keeping making pancakes until you have used up all your batter. They would taste great with maple syrup, I think. We had them with peaches and ice cream. Or you could always just have them with sugar and a jif lemon! Enjoy!