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Ingredients

30 piece(s)

batter

  • 285 grams water
  • 285 grams Milk
  • 2 tsp dried yeast
  • 1 tsp sugar
  • 1 tsp salt
  • 450 grams bakers flour
  • 1 tsp cream of tartar

second liquid

  • 1/2 tsp baking soda
  • 150 grams warm water

non stick egg rings

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Recipe's preparation

  1. Place sugar,yeast,milk and water into  thermomix bowl. Set to mix for 3 minutes at 37 degrees C on speed 2.  The mixture will become frothy

     

    Add flour, salt, cream of tartar and mix for 10 seconds on speed 7

     

    Then Mix fo 8 minutes at 37 degrees on speed 1

     

    Leave in thermomix for about an hour - until it has nearly reached the top.

     

    Add the baking soda and warm water and beat on speed 6 for 2 minutes.

     

    Leave to rest for 10 minutes

     

    Place  non stick egg rings on a greased  pre heated grill and using a quarter cup measure place into ring. It is important to cook slowly so that the crumpet cooks all the way through and bubbles up. This will take about 5 minutes.

     

    Remove rings and turn over for about 30 seconds until slightly browned.

     

  2. Either serve immediately with your favourite topping- mine is maple syrup - or keep warm between a tea- towell on a cake rack. You can reheat them later in the toaster or eat them cold. After you have tried these you will never buy them from the shop again.

     

    Any left overs can be frozen and toasted - but that is unlikely.

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  • Didn't have a great deal of luck with these....

    Submitted by Melapie on 5. September 2020 - 12:18.

    Didn't have a great deal of luck with these. Cooked on lowest heat, used a bit less than 1/4 cup, got the bubbles, but by the time they were ready to flip they were very brown/close to burning on the bottom and not cooked through. I had to finish them in the oven to get cooked through. My toddler seemed to like them but I won't be making again

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  • Everyone loved these!...

    Submitted by Miss_ej on 9. July 2020 - 23:56.

    Everyone loved these!
    They're on the favourites list.
    Did the first batch in egg rings to see how we liked them,then bought crumpet rings which meant they worked much better in the toaster!
    thanks!

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  • Wow love these crumpets and I cooked them in the...

    Submitted by Lissashimmer on 3. July 2020 - 10:12.

    Wow love these crumpets and I cooked them in the pie maker. My daughter cannot get enough of them.

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  • Followed recipe to a tee. 60 min raising in oven...

    Submitted by Deborah R on 13. June 2020 - 10:52.

    Followed recipe to a tee. 60 min raising in oven on proving setting - 40 degrees.

    Cooked as first recipe in my Sunbeam pie maker! Experimenting with times, lid up and down. Happy with size 1/3 cup measure, though after six batches best was six minutes - side one, turn over one minute. After frozen, then cooked in toaster next day felt they would benefit from longer first cooking, will try eight minutes lid up next time.

    Worked costing to be around $1 - better flavour and yield 24, so equivalent to four packets, great savings! Will definitely cook again.

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  • Started off mucking everything up as I missed the...

    Submitted by Ilijag on 23. May 2020 - 14:28.

    Started off mucking everything up as I missed the first mix step. had no cream of tartar do used baking powder. However this mix survived being mixed after rising and then rising again. I cooked in Kogan one maker. I put about 1/4 cup at a time. This still made quite a thick crumpet. Cooked for 4 mins, then used chopsticks to flip over for another minute. Made about 30. Took about an hour to cook them all.

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  • I made them in the sunbeam pie maker, lid open....

    Submitted by Mook80 on 18. May 2020 - 14:46.

    I made them in the sunbeam pie maker, lid open. First batch was dense and doughy but I think I used to much batter. The batter was very stretchy. After the first batch I used 1/3 cup of dough ( not filled to the top). Cooked each batch about 8 mins. When bubbles started and the crumpet was cooked through I turned them to brown them a bit. The hotter the pie maker got the better the crumpets turned out. Very yummy, but very time consuming. All up 24 crumpets

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  • sbarnden: I've just mixed - with no issues! Very...

    Submitted by EvaTM5 on 8. May 2020 - 16:56.

    sbarnden: I've just mixed - with no issues! Very yum end result tmrc_emoticons.-)

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  • I'm in the middle of making these for the first...

    Submitted by sbarnden on 8. May 2020 - 14:11.

    I'm in the middle of making these for the first time, and I've noticed that the step after letting it rise instructs to "beat on speed 6 for 2 mins". I haven't heard of beating before- is this just a different word for mixing, or is this something specific? I don't want to wreck the fluffiness it has by doing it wrong!

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  • I tried these again and result was perfect! Will...

    Submitted by a sprig of this on 5. May 2020 - 09:45.

    I tried these again and result was perfect! Will definitely make again, as others have said, WAY better than storebought!

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  • These are delicious. I used Kmart silicon egg...

    Submitted by Feeflee on 29. April 2020 - 10:40.

    These are delicious. I used Kmart silicon egg rings with 1/4 cup. Perfect. Will buy more rings though to quicken the process. Great recipe 😊

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  • RobynMarie:...

    Submitted by Meagandempsey on 25. April 2020 - 15:42.

    RobynMarie:
    Hopefully making these tomorrow 😊 how long did they take in the pie maker?

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  • I love these and will be making them again. ...

    Submitted by MsMeri on 22. April 2020 - 13:27.

    I love these and will be making them again.
    Next time though, I will have more than two egg rings so it doesn't take as long to make.
    They really are so much nicer than store-bought.

    Thank you for the recipe Smile

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  • Fantastic ... will make them again and again! And...

    Submitted by EvaTM5 on 9. March 2020 - 08:32.

    Fantastic ... will make them again and again! And just as tasty after being frozen too. No more 'store bought' crumpets for me.

    Shared some with my neighbours - they loved them also.

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  • Easy to make and better than any shop bought. I...

    Submitted by RobynMarie on 14. January 2020 - 15:15.

    Easy to make and better than any shop bought. I made them in the Sunbeam pie maker with lid up. (Trialed with lid down but no bubbles formed). Took a little while to work out quantity for each - roughly 1/3 to 1/2 cup seemed to work best.
    Will definitely make again. Great when just made but just as good when toasted later. Yum!

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  • These were simple to make and a huge hit. So much...

    Submitted by AndreaMM on 7. January 2020 - 14:28.

    These were simple to make and a huge hit. So much better than shop bought.

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  • I used four metal egg rings and greased them with...

    Submitted by KellyDwyer80 on 29. September 2019 - 08:01.

    I used four metal egg rings and greased them with butter and a little extra butter in a medium low frypan. By the time each egg ring was 3/4 full, and I cleaned off the scoop, the crumpets were set on the outside and I could remove the rings with tongs very easily. It was important to wait until the tops of the crumpets were dry before flipping, a lid on the frypan helped with this but did stop the bubbles bursting for the traditional holey crumpet look. Overall these were a winner with the family!

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  • These were so quick and easy, and super delicious....

    Submitted by Hermiesowner on 24. September 2019 - 11:55.

    These were so quick and easy, and super delicious. Will never buy them again. I used the Kmart silicon egg rings, used 1/2 cup mix like suggested and they were too dense. Continued only using 1/4 cup and they were light, fluffy and perfect. Thanks for the recipe

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  • Yum!! I made mine the night before due to it being...

    Submitted by tajanasmith on 20. July 2019 - 09:10.

    Yum!! I made mine the night before due to it being a tad time consuming. I froze most on trays before popping in to bags, then left the rest on the bench covered overnight. Absolutely perfect toasted in the toaster. Will 100% make again (and will go buy more crumpet rings now!!) thanks for the recipe!

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  • Really like these. Not sure if the mix was...

    Submitted by dee1 on 6. July 2019 - 11:54.

    Really like these. Not sure if the mix was supposed to be stretchy so I’ve probably made each crumpet bigger than it should be but they turned out great. I cooked in pie maker with lid down to help cook through as my pie maker makes the larger serves. I turned them over to brown.
    Yum !

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  • perfect! Tasted like crumpets use to taste,...

    Submitted by rosi roo on 26. April 2019 - 19:14.

    perfect! Tasted like crumpets use to taste, delicious ♥

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  • These are a staple in our household - everybody...

    Submitted by bec1james1 on 22. January 2019 - 10:53.

    These are a staple in our household - everybody loves them! I make a batch and keep them in the fridge then pop them in the toaster to heat up for breakfast. I use wholemeal flour and they are still delicious. They are worth the effort and time. Thank you for sharing the recipe.

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  • These were a winner in my house!! My daughter said...

    Submitted by cathmt on 30. December 2018 - 09:42.

    These were a winner in my house!! My daughter said they were better than the ones from the shop.

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  • These are great and work really well cooked in a...

    Submitted by CherylA on 21. November 2018 - 14:15.

    These are great and work really well cooked in a pie maker.

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  • The key is not to have the pan too hot. Low to...

    Submitted by Simone Slater on 10. October 2018 - 22:34.

    The key is not to have the pan too hot. Low to low/medium.The key is not to have the pan too hot. Low to low/medium.

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  • Shelbi_23: Did you remember to blitz it after it...

    Submitted by Simone Slater on 10. October 2018 - 22:29.

    Shelbi_23: Did you remember to blitz it after it had risen. It's not stretchy like that if you blitz it.

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  • Shelbi_23: yes its a weird one but you have done...

    Submitted by Lady910 on 21. August 2018 - 08:48.

    Shelbi_23: yes its a weird one but you have done it right!

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  • Awesome thankyou! ...

    Submitted by Haworm on 18. August 2018 - 22:25.

    Awesome thankyou!
    Made them in my pie maker (lid open) and each batch got better and better as it got hotter 👌
    Husband says they were heaps better than shop bought and we all couldn't get enough. Great toasted again later in the day 👀🙊

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  • I just tried them and unfortuntely we wont be...

    Submitted by KrystinaD on 18. August 2018 - 11:00.

    I just tried them and unfortuntely we wont be making them again. Have just poured the left over batter into the bin as I couldnt keep cooking them when noone would eat them. Very dull flavour and didnt rise or have the look of a crumpet. Was more like a pale unfluffy pikelet.

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  • I failed at these. Not sure what went wrong as I...

    Submitted by S.Greenwood on 17. August 2018 - 21:21.

    I failed at these. Not sure what went wrong as I followed the recipe, took awhile to cook all the way through, and they were very heavy/doughy. Wont be rushing back to make them.

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  • Hi there,...

    Submitted by Shelbi_23 on 25. July 2018 - 11:54.

    Hi there,
    im currently making these and I just wanted to know is the batter suppose to be like elastic?? Or have I don’t something wrong 😬

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  • ExVic: if you dont have some then you can always...

    Submitted by Jessikah87 on 24. July 2018 - 22:26.

    ExVic: if you dont have some then you can always have your non stick ones sitting in/dipped into a little container of oil before hand 😉

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  • I've made these a bunch of times and my kids LOVE...

    Submitted by kittykat2708 on 22. July 2018 - 21:58.

    I've made these a bunch of times and my kids LOVE them. I only have 2 egg rings so is a bit time consuming. I eat probably half what I make while cooking. Big Smile Just got a new pie maker. Wondering if that will speed up the process? Thanks for sharing. Smile

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  • a sprig of this:maybe check the yeast is still...

    Submitted by Lady910 on 22. July 2018 - 11:23.

    a sprig of this:maybe check the yeast is still good??

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  • foodieforever wrote:...

    Submitted by angekate on 21. July 2018 - 19:06.

    foodieforever wrote:

    anytime of day



    I tried these using silicone egg rings as I don't have a pie maker. Still a great result. Freeze well. And reheat great in the toaster.

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  • These are AMAZING ! the person that suggested...

    Submitted by Sairz84 on 18. July 2018 - 16:34.

    These are AMAZING ! the person that suggested cooking them in the pie maker is a legend ! I didnt have any cream of tartar so i used two teaspoons of white vinegar instead (thanks to google for that suggestion). These are quite time consuming but definitely worth it. Thanks for the recipe.

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  • Super easy to prepare even thought they have to...

    Submitted by Caitie85 on 10. June 2018 - 07:33.

    Super easy to prepare even thought they have to sit for an hour. Great for brunch. I make these and freeze them for quick school breakfasts. Children LOVE them. Cheats way to cook in the pie maker. Can leave the lid open or closed and do a quick flip at the end! Delicious.

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  • I was so excited to try these! but the batter...

    Submitted by a sprig of this on 7. May 2018 - 11:36.

    I was so excited to try these! but the batter didn't rise? Was I meant to keep the jug at 37deg somehow without using blades? Can anyone advise?

    I'm trying to salvage by putting in the sun but it's been nearly 2 hrs.

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  • It is the easiest way of all to have the favorites...

    Submitted by snapch23 on 18. April 2018 - 19:20.

    It is the easiest way of all to have the favorites bar missing in windows 10 and this can be real help for us.

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  • Soo fluffy, I put the jug in the garage on top of...

    Submitted by MrsHazzy on 21. February 2018 - 22:03.

    Soo fluffy, I put the jug in the garage on top of the freezer in the garage to rise, raised in 30 mins. I couldn’t cook them fast enough!

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  • These are great! I'm making my second batch today...

    Submitted by colleenp on 15. October 2017 - 07:54.

    These are great! I'm making my second batch today as they were a hit with Mr 3, he's been having two for breakfast all week. Much cheaper and healthier making them myself and at least I know what's in them! Thanks for sharing

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  • These crumpets taste more like crumpets than...

    Submitted by JammyJam on 17. July 2017 - 16:25.

    These crumpets taste more like crumpets than crumpets from the supermarket Love Stored in fridge overnight then reheated under grill and they were PERFECT!!

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  • Made these today worked great although you really...

    Submitted by ExVic on 10. June 2017 - 21:36.

    Made these today, worked great although you really do need the non-stick rings!

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  • Love this recipe Worked just as you said Thanks so...

    Submitted by Thermie princess on 4. June 2017 - 20:25.

    Love this recipe! Worked just as you said. Thanks so much for sharing!😃😃

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  • smile

    Submitted by washedbump on 30. May 2017 - 13:56.

    Smile

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  • Silly question but do you cook these under a grill

    Submitted by selinadarcy on 23. May 2017 - 10:43.

    Silly question but do you cook these under a grill??

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  • I have made crumpets a few

    Submitted by MeegsA on 25. September 2016 - 10:41.

    I have made crumpets a few times before and this is the first recipe I have made in the TM. Absolutely delicious and even better than my previous ones. I did use 300g of high grade/bakers flour and 150g plain flour as I had read it makes them lighter......it does!

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  • First time making these and

    Submitted by misscheif on 8. August 2016 - 17:44.

    First time making these and while they didn't totally look like store crumpets they were delicious. Definately making again. Thanks for the recipe.

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  • OMG these are amazing. I will

    Submitted by YoniTm5 on 31. July 2016 - 20:20.

    OMG these are amazing. I will NOT be buying them ever again!!! Thank you.

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  • These were awesome but I had

    Submitted by Karenmccoy on 30. July 2016 - 11:16.

    These were awesome but I had problems with my egg rings. I have silicone egg rings and they stuck every time. Any tips?

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  • Made these for the first time

    Submitted by SooNoo on 25. July 2016 - 17:28.

    Made these for the first time today, using wholemeal flour. Awesome!!!

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