Submit your recipes for a share of ad revenue - click 'write for us'
Easy Banana Berry Breakfast Pikelets
Debut YA novel - Champions: at fire's end - OUT NOW! Available at:
A delicious snack that the whole family can have fun making together!
: 10 minutes
: 15 minutes
: 4 servings
1 cup self-raising flour
1 teaspoon baking powder
1 tablespoon caster sugar
3/4 cup milk
1 cup frozen mixed berries
Combine the flour, baking powder and caster sugar together in a mixing bowl.
In a separate bowl, whisk the milk and egg together. Pour this over the flour mixture and whisk until combined and smooth. Make sure all of the lumps are whisked out before adding banana.
On a cutting board, use a fork to mash the peeled bananas into small pieces. Add these to the pikelet mixture and fold through until combined.
Heat a spray layer of canola cooking oil on a frying pan over medium heat. Pour spoonfuls of banana pikelet batter into the frying pan in batches of 3 or 4.
Drain some mixed berries on a paper towel, then pop 4-5 berries on top of each pikelet.
Cook the pikelets for 2-3 minutes, or until bubbled begin to appear on their surface, then flip and cook on the berry surface.
Once cooked, place the pikelets onto a plate and leave them in the oven at 150 degrees C to keep them warm while cooking the remaining mixture.
Serve with extra berries and sliced banana.
I like this Recipe
More Recipes by
Choc Raspberry Melting Moments
The perfect sweet treat, with an added berry tang to complement its chocolatey goodness! Make the bi...
Ham and Corn Lunch Box Wrap
An easy and delicious wrap to pop into a lunch box! Preparation Time: 10 minutes Makes: 2 s...
Ham and Corn Mini Lunch Quiches
A small and delicious bite sized quiche, perfect for lunchboxes and picnics
Chocolate shortbreads are a quick and easy biscuit to pop into a lunch box for a treat! Prepa...
Dark Choc Fudge Cakes
Dark chocolate fudge cakes are the perfect treat for chocolate loving family members everywhere! Bit...
Easy oven baked chunky chips seasoned with salts and herbs
Easy and delicious chunky chips coated in a salty herb seasoning with a touch of spice
view all recipes by Charlotte Jain
on Other Hubs
Poppy Seed and Carrot Muffins
McCormick Produce Partners Italian Herb Potatoes
Best Cheap Eats in Melbourne?
Band-Aid Brand Adhesive Bandages: Plastic 100 Pack
Submit a Comment
Oven baked chicken schnitzel
Why deep fry when you can bake your schnitzel in the oven with excellent results! If you don'...
Lilli Pilli Jam
Since my discovery that Lilli Pilli fruits (also known as Riberries) are indeed edible, I have b...
Puff Pastry Hot Dogs
Sometimes your average hot dogs can get a little boring
Orange Mug Cake
A quick and tasty treat, able to be whipped up in a few minutes if the treat stockpile mysterious di...
Nanny's kiss biscuits
This recipe is one of my Nan's - a total childhood favourite! Preparation Time: 10 minutes C...
Honey, You Baked!
Orange Chocolate Mud Cake
A gorgeous chocolate mud cake with an orange twist
Baked Pattypan Squash Slice
It is so delicious and nutritious, but yet easy to make
Milo Cookies with Condensed Milk
Light and fluffy Milo flavoured cookies that make a perfect for a lunch box treat
Tan slice (an old favourite)
Tan slice, I think originates from New Zealand as I could not find it here in Australia
Easy Cheese Sticks
Serve these Easy Cheese Sticks with your favourite dips
Find Kidrecipes on Facebook Twitter and Pinterest!
Featured on Other Hubs
Spinach Pici Pasta
100s & 1000s Biscuits
Copyright 2012-2017 On Topic Media PTY LTD. ABN 18113479226.
Subscribe to Kid Recipes for great ideas to get tiny tots eating their vegies and asking for more.
no thanks, take me to the website