November 16, 2016
These are light and toothsome and not gritty! They also freeze well and can be thawed very quickly in the microwave for a quick snack. The pancake modification is particularly well-received by children, especially when accompanied by maple syrup or lemon and sugar.
- Prep: 10 mins
- Cook: 10 mins
1Beat eggs, sugar and vanilla together until thick and frothy
2Add flour mix, baking powder, melted butter and 150 ml of the milk and mix well.
3Let the mixture stand for 4 or 5 minutes while heating a heavy -based, preferably non-stick frying pan or skillet.
4Add the remaining milk as needed to adjust thickness for the kind of pikelets you prefer
5Cook over medium heat. Drop tablespoons of mixture into the pan, and turn once the pikelets are beginning to bubble. Cook until both sides are golden brown.
6These pikelets freeze well and can be microwaved briefly to thaw. If not frozen, they are best eaten soon after cooking.