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Easy egg pikelets recipe

These easy egg pikelets will have even the fussiest of eaters begging for more! Light, fluffy and SO moreish, these little bites are great for after-school snacks or served alongside some streamed veggies for an easy-peasy kids' dinner.

Serving Size:

Makes 12-16 pikelets



  • 2 eggs
  • 4 tbsp pouring cream
  • 2 tbsp wholemeal flour


Separate the egg whites from the yolks and place each in separate medium mixing bowls.

Mix cream and flour with egg yolks, season and set aside.

Whisk the egg whites into stiff peaks then fold through the egg yolk mixture.

Bring a frying pan to medium heat and spray with coconut oil spray, or wipe some butter around the base and sides with a piece of paper towel.

Dollop tablespoons of pikelet batter into the pan. Cook for one minute then, very gently, flip and cook for a further minute, and serve.


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  • This recipe was created by Katie Rainbird for Kidspot, New Zealand's best recipe finder. You can follow Katie at Katie180.