Scotch Pancakes

Scotch pancakes, also known as drop scones, are much thicker than crepes and are great with jam or maple syrup at breakfast.  You can also try adding extra ingredients to your batter, like blueberries or chopped banana.

Makes 8-12 pancakes

100g self-raising flour

100ml whole milk

50g butter

25g caster sugar

2 eggs

 

Step 1: Melt half of the butter.

Step 2: Whisk the flour, sugar, eggs and milk together until there are no lumps. Whisk in the melted butter.

Step 3: Heat up a pan or griddle and melt some of the remaining butter.  Spoon enough of the mixture onto the pan to make a pancake about 8cm wide. 

Step 4: Cook until bubbles appear on the surface then flip the pancake and cook the other side until golden.


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