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Pikelets are like small thin pancakes that are served at morning tea. We like them for breakfast too. They can be served cold with butter and jam, with cream and our favourite is warm with lemon juice and sugar.
I use natural yoghurt. I have used flavoured yoghurt before and reduced the sugar. They still taste great.
Heat griddle or frying pan to a medium heat. Spray with oil or use butter to grease the pan.
Mix all ingredients together using a Bamix or stick blender.
Use 1/8 cup measure to dollop mixture onto the pan. When there are lots of bubbles on the top of each pikelet and it has lost its ‘wet’ look, turn over. (Just as you would with regular pankcakes.) After 1 minute, remove pikelet to a plate.
Suggestions for serving….
*jam and cream
*lemon and sugar
*Vegemite (if you are game!)
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