Walnut and honey pikelets

What’s a pikelet? A little pike of course…

And also a rich pancake/ drop scone kind of thing, which I’m told is a favourite in New Zealand.

This recipe is really easy and combines honey in the mixture, but is also wonderful served with honey (and creme fraiche). I’m definitely going to make it again…

1/3 cup ground walnuts

1/2 cup milk

1.5 tablespoon melted butter

3/4 cup flour

1 tbsp baking powder

1 tbsp honey

1 egg

Blend all the ingredients until smooth. Cook in small spoonfuls on a lightly greased pan. Serve warm with honey and creme fraiche.

You can find other honey recipes in my book, Travels in Blood and Honey; becoming a beekeeper in Kosovo, published last year by Signal Books

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3 Responses to Walnut and honey pikelets

  1. Marcia says:

    Love your blog and have just finished reading your most excellent book !! We loves our pikelets in NZ, aussies like them to. My dad`s fav was thick pikelets with jam and cream smothered, I love them hot with butter and golden syrup ..yum

  2. I am so all over this recipe, Elizabeth!! YUM!!! Hi Marcia! *waves at her Antipodes buddy *

  3. Pingback: The ten best recipes to make with honey? | One hundred days of honey

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