The team of five, including MP for Ealing North Steve Pound, scrambled to the finishing line led by Labour MP Clive Lewis to scoop top spot for the first time in three years, beating the media team and Lords.
Mr Pound, who was also team captain, was extremely pleased with the result and said "they now had a year of bragging rights."
The annual event, in aid of Rehab charity, was held at Victoria Gardens and drew in hundreds of spectators on Shrove Tuesday as they watched racers sprint around the set track whilst flipping pancakes.
Since the first race in 1998, the event has grown in popularity, with participants desperate to get their hands on the winner's cup.
Warming up for the race, the Lords, including Baroness Susan Kramer, said they had they had been "practising their flipping" ahead of the day.
Lords, MPs and media from national newspapers and broadcasting houses stretched their legs and showed off their tossing skills before battering it out to run for the finishing line, but it was the House of Commons who are the 2016 champions.
A spokesperson for Rehab charity said the MPs were always hoping "the media would fall flat this time", after being victorious for 2 years in a row.