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Clone of Plain Simple Pikelets



12 portion(s)


  • 140 grams Self Raising Flour
  • 40 grams sugar
  • 190 grams Milk
  • 1 egg
  • pinch salt, optional

1/2 tsp baking powder


Recipe's preparation

  1. Add all the ingredients to .

    Mix for 20 seconds on Speed 5.

    Scrape down the sides, if neccessary, and mix for 10 seconds on Speed 5

    Place spoonfuls on the heated pan. Cook til bubbles appear then turn over and cook the other side.

    Keep batches warm in your ThermoServer until all the pikelets are cooked.

    Serve with butter, jam, syrup, or as desired.


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This recipe can be doubled.

You can add a banana, broken into pieces, when mixing in the bowl for banana pikelets

 Use the ThermoServer to keep all the pikelets warm while you cook the rest. It saves running the oven, not little hands in danger of getting burnt and everyone gets to eat warm pikelets all together.


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Vorwerk Thermomix ® and Thermomix ® in Australia and New Zealand assume no liability, particularly in terms of ingredient quantities used and success of the recipes.
Please observe the safety instructions in the Thermomix ® instruction manual at all times.

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  • Someone did a bit of research

    Submitted by Kirrilly on 30. May 2016 - 11:44.

    Someone did a bit of research on recipes and copyright and this is what she found, reading up on the legalities of using someone else's recipe as your own -

    1. ingredients cannot be copyrighted but if you change three ingredients you can call the recipe your own (You have not done this).

    2. you are completely allowed to rewrite the recipe in your own words and in fact you should do this if it has been adapted (You have not done this).

    3. you should always attribute it back to its original source, even if it's just "inspired by" or "adapted from" (You have not done this)

    and 4. You should not be using my photo.

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  • This is not a clone... you

    Submitted by Liz Connolly on 25. May 2016 - 22:29.

    This is not a clone... you havn't changed anything... you just copied it... don't do that, it's not nice tmrc_emoticons.(

    Don't forget to check out my website at www.themotherhubbardscupboard.com for pictures and lots of other great tips to save you money on your weekly food bills.  


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  • This is not a CLONE - this is

    Submitted by Kirrilly on 25. May 2016 - 18:51.

    This is not a CLONE - this is a plain simple COPY of my recipe.

    I will be reporting this.


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  • Yummy!!!!!!

    Submitted by Janine and Chris on 12. August 2014 - 19:17.


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