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Versatile pancake recipe

jodienancarrowjodienancarrow Mid North Coast AustraliaPosts: 439 admin

I have a handy pancake recipe that can double for savoury fritters/piklets etc. 2 eggs, 3/4cup milk, 2 teaspoons baking powder and 1+3/4 cup plain flour. Makes about 12. If your going to finish this off you could add vanilla and honey. Mix all ingredients, heat pan, you could use egg rings, otherwise pour large spoonfuls, wait for bubbles, flip etc. I mix it up with toppings, banana, walnut, honey. Cooked up blueberries and honey. If I have some left over, keep in fridge and when ready to use grate a carrot, zucchini, onion, garlic or whatever you want to use up, herbs etc. Goes well as a snack, can make it smart with cream cheese, smoked salmon and capers on top, whatever you like. Anyone else got an easy go to recipe to share?


  • blevinandwombablevinandwomba Central PaPosts: 453 ✭✭✭✭

    Ok, I've heard of piklets, but refresh my memory please. Is that like an english muffin or crumpet?

    since going wheat-free my go-to has been the banana oat pancakes I posted a few weeks ago, but that isn't so versatile. I've done coconut/almond flour ones, and they're good, but I prefer the oat pancakes.

  • jodienancarrowjodienancarrow Mid North Coast AustraliaPosts: 439 admin

    Piklets are like a small thick pancake, nice and light weight. In the past I've used 1/2 tapioca, 1/2 coconut flour for gf options. I think piklets are English and traditionally eaten with jam and cream but savoury options are great too. I will check out your banana oat recipe, thanks.

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