Pikelets Recipe

by GMR

Pikelets are a popular 17th century Welsh pancake-like sweet treat which made its way into the West Midlands, England area. When cooked to perfection, pikelets have light crispy edges that melt in the mouth. People usually serve them up as a breakfast, lunch, or dinner meal, sometimes with fresh fruit atop. For those who would like to create their own; here’s our quick and easy Pickletes Recipe!

Old Fashion Pikelets Recipe

Pikelets are a popular 17th century Welsh pancake-like sweet treat which made its way into… Breakfast Pikelets Recipe European Print This
Nutrition facts: 200 calories 20 grams fat
Rating: 5.0/5
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1-Cup Self-Rising Flour
1 Tablespoon Granulated Sugar
1 Large White Egg
1 Tablespoon Butter (Melted)
1/2-Cup Almond or Whole Milk


STEP 1 - In a medium size mixing bowl, sift flour while stirring in the sugar.
STEP 2 - Round out the center of dry ingredients into a bowl shape.
STEP 3 - Crack & add large egg into mixture.
STEP 4 - Add in milk, stirring until it turns into a smooth, creamy batter. (You can add 1/4 cups more milk for a thinner pikelet)
STEP 5 - Continue stirring pikelet batter while adding the melted butter.
STEP 6 - Set a cooking griddle to medium setting, and coat with a light amount of non-stick butter cooking spray.
STEP 7 - Using a large mixing spoon, drop large scoops of pikelet batter onto the heated griddle.
STEP 8 - Flip pikelets when they start bubbling up.
STEP 9 - When golden brown in color, place on plate.
STEP 10 - Serve with warm honey, fresh fruit, marmalade, or butter.


  • Cooking Griddle/Medium Frying Pan
  • 1 Small & 1 Medium Mixing Bowl
  • Flour Sifter
  • Metal Whisk
  • Spatula


For added flavor, drop in a few dashes of vanilla extract after adding the butter in step 5. Fresh berries and/or chocolate chips will also help liven up the taste of pikelets as well. Depending on the batch size of batter, a 1/4 cup is an adequate amount in which to add.

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