Pikelet recipes create a smaller version of a pancake that is great for children or as a small dessert; Pikelets also make a practical finger food dessert choice.
Mum's staple recipe for morning brunch.
You can make these pikelets thicker by mixing a thick batter, while thinner pikelets will need a thinner batter. Add your choice of jam or whipped cream (or both) or eat them with butter.
Pikelets make a great breakfast or afternoon tea snack. Serve with jam, butter, whipped cream or lemon.
Vegan pikelets. Needed a dairy free and egg free alternative and this works great. The orange juice gives them a great taste.
This is a great recipe [particularly if you use duck eggs] - it is not necessary to leave in fridge for 2 hours, particularly if you are like me, and want something in a hurry. Leave stand for 5- 15 minutes in the fridge while you 'clean up and do the dishes'. I generally do a double mixture, because these are so popular, so consequently I can make up to 4 dozen or slightly more. Nice to eat on their own, or serve with Rosella Jam and cream.
These are great family recipe, I find that pancakes can get too big and fill the kids up on carbs. These are more fun and a better size.
Here's a fun way to add some vegies to your kids favourite weekend breakfast! Serve with cream, if desired.
Add more or less milk to make thicker or thinner these delicious sweet pikelets with banana and peanut butter flavours.
These are a cute little alternative to a big pancake breakfast. These are a sweet vanilla flavoured version that goes well with fresh berries.
These are a different style of pancake that use yeast. They are great as a morning or afternoon tea when made in a small pikelet size.