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Eezy Peezy Crumpets (Scottish Style)

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created: 2011/03/27 changed: 2013/08/26
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Ingredients

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  • 120 grams self raising flour
  • ¼ teaspoon baking powder
  • 1 egg
  • 160 g milk
  • 2-4 teaspoons caster sugar, depending on sweetness
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Preparation 1m
Baking/Cooking 9m
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Recipe is created for
 
 Thermomix ® TM 31
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Recipe's Preparation

Add ingredients and mix for 5 seconds on speed 3-4. Scrape down and repeat.

 

Add a little butter to a pan and around egg rings and heat pan on low heat for 1 minute.  Add about 2 tablespoons of crumpet batter to each egg ring and cook over the low heat without turning for around 8 minutes. Crumpets are cooked when the bubbles stop rising to the surface. Repeat with any remaining mixture.



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Recipe's preparation

Add ingredients and mix for 5 seconds on speed 3-4. Scrape down and repeat.

 

Add a little butter to a pan and around egg rings and heat pan on low heat for 1 minute.  Add about 2 tablespoons of crumpet batter to each egg ring and cook over the low heat without turning for around 8 minutes. Crumpets are cooked when the bubbles stop rising to the surface. Repeat with any remaining mixture.



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Tip

*I have reduced the amount of sugar recently due to feedback, and updated the title to clarify they are Scottish crumpets!

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*I have reduced the amount of sugar recently due to feedback, and updated the title to clarify they are Scottish crumpets!

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COMMENTS (33)
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Best crumpets ever! I use wholemeal sr flour instead and it works a dream.

So easy to make & love them

I made these also, kids loved them! 

We make these regularly and my kids love them! They are a great change from pancakes and an excellent alternative to store bought crumpets which have preservatives I prefer to avoid. If you leave the batter to rest a bit or add a litte extra baking powder they will have more 'holes/bubbles'. I grease my rings and pan very well with coconut oil and they slip out easily. we get about 6-8 crumpets and they are nice and filling. Spelt flour works well too. Smile

To see the yummy things I like Thermomixing check out my Thermokate facebook page Smile

Thanks for the feedback - I have clarified in the recipe title that these are Scottish-Style Crumpets, not the Golden Crumpet style you may be used to from the supermarket which have a different texture and different ingredients. I would love if someone is able to replicate the English Golden Grumpets!

Leanne Sloss

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I agree that these are just pikelets cooked in an egg ring. They tasted quite good, but just as a pikelet would taste, only much messier to clean up (because it was hard to get the cooked mixture off the egg ring). Bit of a novelty for one batch, but I won't cook again.

 

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Leanne Sloss

Sorry but I must agree with others! These are so NOT like crumpets! Just pikelet taste! Will have to make another version and then add to this site! Sad

Ciao, Chopsuey! 

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These were very easy to make and tasted good. Living in Malaysia at the moment and missing crumpets, these were a great substitute.

These taste just like pikelets and look nothing like the picture.

Temporarily living in the USA and craving foods from home. These satisfied perfectly with a bit of Vegemite! Had to add a bit of extra baking border though as they were a bit flat on the first run. 

Thank you! Thank you! I love crumpets and unless going to UK I couldn't find them anywhere... and I'm happy and proud I'll be making them with my Thermomix!  Cooking

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I added a few drops of bun spice available from All About Bread in Greenwood and they were wonderful. 

 

Worked very well and delicious. Can add less sugar  Smile

These were very eezy, nice and sweet.  If I was to cover with Peanut butter or vegemite, I would use less sugar.  Thanks for the recipe, my 8yo loved them Smile

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Cooking Great recipe! I doubled the mix but used wholemeal flour (120g) and they worked out perfectly!!! Thanks

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Awesome recipe! Quick and easy. Definitely make again

would anyone have any ideas if I could make these dairy free? I am told crumpets from the store are dairy free, and Im a dairy free girl. LOVE crumpets. would love to make myself. might try making with almond milk...any other suggestions? Im very new to all of this (eg thermie & dairy free! lol) Smile

 

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There are awesome. Will definately be making again. 

Happy cooking

Kendell

Loved these! So easy and delicious :) 

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I need bigger egg rings!! Wink

Was wondering why my crumpets didn't bubble much and turned out like hockey pucks.

*Re-reads recipe*

Ohhhh SR flour you say, not plain flour!!

Oh well shall have to try again another day  Big smile

These were so yummy, will be a weekly tradition for sure!!! Glasses Cooking Cooking

Carmen Franz | Group Leader| Thermomix | Bundaberg, Queensland | e: thermiecarmie@gmail.com

These were so yummy, will be a weekly tradition for sure!!! Glasses Cooking Cooking

Carmen Franz | Group Leader| Thermomix | Bundaberg, Queensland | e: thermiecarmie@gmail.com

These were so quick to make. I've made the yeast ones before and it took forever to get them ready for breakfast. We made these on the BBQ and whilst a little brown on the base, we turned them to brown the top and then served them with smoked salmon, capers, onion and cream cheese. A very yummy breakfast for our family. Thanks for this quick/easy recipe.

Sue

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our family absolutely loved them this morning! May I recommend to add one more thing in your recipe: to put them under the hot grill of the oven (with the 'top side' facing up) once they are cooked to toast them - this worked fantastic for us!  Yum! Thanks for posting! (I watched 'masterchef masterclass' the other day and Gary did crumpets too...only that his took wayyyy longer and were wayyy more complicated!)

Nina 

Happy thermomixing!!!

  :)  thank you - these worked great for me.. kids loved them!

Cooking thank you - these worked great for me.. kids loved them!

About how many crumpets would this recipe make?

z These look great Leanne :)  i have been meaning to try crumpets for ages. going to surprise my daughters with them this morning . will let you know how they go down:D anything they dont have to cook themselves will go down well, i.m sure. they have been fending for themselves a lot lately with me being sooo busy doing demos and getting my team up and running Smile (dont worry they are 19,21 and 24 Big smile ) how is it all going for you? hope its all good.

cheers Cathy Laughing out loud

Group Leader for Canning area in Perth WA

Hi Leanne,

Thank you for sharing this recipe.  I have made them this morning and have to say very impressed with the result.  Will definately make again.

Steph xo

 

Steph xo

Thermomix Group Leader - Yarra Ranges

Puzzled oops that will teach me to upload that last one when it was way past my bedtime! All fixed now! Feedback welcome - I can update to make it better! 

Leanne Sloss

Unfortunately there is something wrong with the way this recipe is printed. Looks to be 2 recipes in one and no list of ingredients.