Healthier pikelets

1 cup SR white flour
1 cup SR wholemeal flour
1/2 cup of LSA mix *
1 egg
1/3 cup sugar
2.5 - 3 cups of milk kefir (if you don't have kefir, then plain milk will work fine)

Whisk all ingredients together. Heat a frying pan, add some rice bran oil or coconut oil. You want the pan nice and hot (not smoking!) Place spoonfuls of the batter in the pan and cook each side until done. 

Serving suggestions:
There are so many, but here are a few family favourites.

Fresh lemon juice and raw sugar
Butter and cinnamon sugar (just mix cinnamon and sugar together in a jar)
Jam and cream
Maple syrup or honey and cream
Raspberries dusted with icing sugar
Sliced banana and honey or brown sugar
Even just plain butter is nice!

These will disappear very quickly if there are small mouths around, enjoy!
They freeze very well if you want to make extras.

*LSA mix is linseed, sunflower seed and almond meal. It is available in health shops, health food section of the supermarket or at online whole food stockists like this.


Sue Elvis said...


Your pikelets look delicious. Gemma-Rose likes cooking pikelets. They are a lot easy to flip over than pancakes!

charlotte said...

gosh, they look good!

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