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thread: Pancakes, Pikelets and Scones

  1. #55
    BellyBelly Member

    Oct 2004
    Outer Eastern Subs - Melb
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    I used this recipe for pancakes this morning! Eveyone loved them! How easy! Beautiful heart shaped pancakes for the last day of the year. My family were very happy! Blake loved them too!


  2. #56
    Registered User

    Sep 2005
    In the middle of nowhere
    9,362

    How good is that recipe??? I've chucked my other one. So much easier, and I made them both ways (pancakes and waffles I mean). They'll even give my mum's a run for her money....

  3. #57

    Nov 2004
    2,205

    i have a recipe book i've like to pass on one day too cai, i hide mine, otherwise the boys would rip pages out!! Just put the recipe on pape, have to test it myself before it goes in "The Book" LOL!!!

  4. #58
    BellyBelly Member
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    Oct 2006
    Perth, WA
    55

    Hi Becca,
    How many ml are your cans of lemonade? We have 340ml cans and 200ml cans...
    Thanks

  5. #59
    BellyBelly Life Subscriber

    May 2004
    Shepparton
    4,871

    These are yummo scones!!

    Kimi... My sis' recipe says 300ml of room temp lemonade

    Tanya

  6. #60
    BellyBelly Member
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    Oct 2006
    Perth, WA
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    Thanks Tanya

  7. #61
    BellyBelly Member

    Nov 2006
    Bendigo, Victoria, Australia
    1,293

    HI Kim,

    I think the original recipie was about the 340ml mark because it was an American recipie. My cans are 375ml, which is why I don't use the full can. I would go for the bigger can and just add it gradually until you don't need any more.

    I love this recipie though, It's great and if you know you might have guests coming over you can whip them up really quickly and they cook quick and you can even wait until just before you need them, and they'll be really fresh.

    They are good for cravings too, because they don't take too long,

    Now I feel like scones.

  8. #62
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    Jun 2003
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    Thought I'd bump this after the Pancake recipe query

    ANNNNNND I got banana's for $2.99/kg at aldi WOW!

    *hugs*
    Cailin

  9. #63
    BellyBelly Member

    Jan 2007
    Hobart, Tasmania
    153

    Smile

    My MIL makes lemonade scones all the time and she uses this recipe:

    3 cups SR Flour
    1 cup Cream
    1 Cup Lemonade (she uses is warm too)

    She also makes golden syrup scrolls out of the mixture as well. When you flatten it out to cut out scones, leave it as is and drizzle golden syrup over the top to cover. Roll up and cut into scrolls. Place in a baking dish. Then mix about 3/4 cup golden syrup with about a cup of boiling water. Pour this over the scrolls and then sprinkle them with coconut. Cook for around 40 minutes or until brown and cooked through. YUMMY!

  10. #64
    BellyBelly Member

    Oct 2004
    Outer Eastern Subs - Melb
    1,544

    Ooh that sounds like a yummy variation too. Will have to try that. They'd be awesome with macadamia's in too Oh yum!

  11. #65
    BellyBelly Member

    Oct 2004
    Outer Eastern Subs - Melb
    1,544

    I might even make some tonight Fletch. DH's working late and the kids are in bed (although Blake's protesting!)

    Wish you lived round the corner so you could come and have some with me.

  12. #66
    Ex adm!n, quietly rusting....

    Feb 2004
    Melbourne
    11,171

    *bump*

    So who's having pancakes on Tuesday??

  13. #67
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    Mememememememe *much munch* and I'm having them now just to test the recipe to make sure it still works... and yep its still good...

    *hugs*
    Cailin

  14. #68
    BellyBelly Member

    Jul 2006
    In a BIGGER house!!!
    644

    Definately Pancakes here as well. Saw this recipe in New Idea and was also on Sunrise the other day. Not exactly healthy but great in school lunch boxes.

    MILO PANCAKES

    3 eggs separated
    1 cup buttermilk (makes them light/fluffy)
    1 1/2 cups self raising flour - sifted
    1/2 cup milo
    1/4 cup brown sugar - firmly packed
    1/4 cup milk choc melts - optional
    cooking oil spray

    1. Whisk egg yolks and buttermilk until smooth

    2. Combine flour, milo, sugar. Make wll in centre and gradually stir in buttermilk mixture. Stir to form a smooth batter. Add in choc bits if desired.

    3. Beat egg whites in separate bowl until firm peaks form. Fold in egg whites in 2 batches - don't beat in, best to use metal spoon so don't loose the air.

    4. Use non-stick frypan, spray lightly with cooking oil. Drop tablespoons into pan. Cook on one side until bubbles start to form. Gently turn over and they should start to puff up, leave for approx 1 min. Remove from pan and enjoy warm or cold.

  15. #69
    Ex adm!n, quietly rusting....

    Feb 2004
    Melbourne
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    *drool* Ursula, I think they might be the one's for us tomorrow

  16. #70
    *TamaraP* Guest

    Yep we are getting into the whole Shrove Tuesday. My mum used to do it so I am passing it through to Alan and hopefully also when we have children.

  17. #71
    Tigergirl1980 Guest

    Mmmmmmmmmmm pancakes, think we will have them too, yummy. Will try and start this tradition now that we have Jonah

  18. #72
    BellyBelly Life Subscriber

    Jul 2004
    5,756

    Just a question, what is buttermilk?

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