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Organic Pikelets

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Going organic isn't just about eating foods without pesticides and herbicides, it's about getting back to basics with wholesome food which is unprocessed and packed with natural goodness.

Just like tiny pancakes, these organic pikelets are super cute and easy to eat, even for the smallest appetite.

organic pikelets

This recipe doesn't include any sugar because the end result is tasty enough without needing to add any to the mix, and besides, what's better than adding your favourite sweet topping to a pikelet anyway?

Preparation Time: 10 minutes
Cooking Time: 15 minutes
Makes: 4 servings

2 cups organic self-raising flour
2 cups organic milk
1 tablespoon organic vanilla essence
2 organic eggs
Organic oil to cook

Sift flour into a mixing bowl.

organic pikelets

Pour milk into a jug and then crack eggs into the milk and mix.

organic pikelets

Then pour vanilla essence into the milk and egg and stir.

organic pikelets

You can cook these right away or cover the mixture and leave in the fridge to cook later (say, if you wanted to prepare them the night before and just get up and cook in the morning).
To cook, heat oil on medium in a frying pan. Once it is heated, drop tablespoons full of the batter into the frying pan, being careful to leave enough space for them to expand by about 1/3 so they don't touch each other.


Once they start to bubble, flip them over and cook on the other side too. They are faster to cook on the second side so you will have to stay with them for this stage.

organic pikelets

When the pikelets are golden brown, transfer to a plate and top with your favourite spread to serve. Some suggestions that we like include butter, honey, icing sugar and strawberry jam. Being a sugar free recipe, you can afford to be a little extravagant with your choice of spread.

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