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Scrumpy pikelets, they tasted just how I remember having them for smoko (morning tea for anyone out side of NZ) in the shearing shed as a kid, thank you for the easy receipe!
great simple recipe. . just like Mum used to make!
I used this recipe to show my daughter how to make pikelets. They were perfect & yummy! Thank you.
5 stars for "how easy the pikelets are to be made". They are really easy to make and the outcome was perfect. I made them small and served them with a simple strawberry puree and fresh strawberries. They were great. In the pan they developed a very fluffy texture and they were easy to handle. As this is a very basic recipe I could imagine to do a lot of different things with them, e.g. falvouring with vanilla or cinnamon. Next time I will also serve some whipped cream with them. A great and foolproofed recipe. fast to make. Thanks for sharing.
Perfect!! I may have added a little extra milk to get a better pouring consistancy. We love to have these for breakfast served with jam or just plain ol' butter. When I know they will be eaten cold straight from the lunchbox I up the sugar slightly as the kids like them with just butter. Made for ZWT3.
Wow! These were awesome! Easy, Quick and everyone loved them! I sifted all of the dry ingredients together and added the melted butter to the other wet ingredients before mixing everything together. EXCELLENT! I made a second batch for me since I'm diabetic and used 1 1/2 tsp. of Stevia instead of sugar. These weren't as sweet but were still pretty good. Thanks for a keeper!
These are excellent pikelets. I probably made mine a little bigger than I should have but they were great served with a little maple syrup. thanks for sharing your grandma's recipe.