25g melted butter
150g standard flour
3 tsp baking powder
20g caster sugar
1 egg, beaten
1 cup milk
Melt the butter while you get out and measure the other ingredients.
Sift the flour and baking powder together and add to a mixing bowl, add caster sugar, add egg, milk and melted butter.
Mix together gently.
Add more butter to a fry pan and then add pancake mixture.
Pancakes are ready to flip when bubbles start showing on the top of the pancakes.
I add about half a cup of choc chips and a mashed banana and if I really want to fill the kids up I add about a third of a cup of ground almonds and a little more milk.
Can also be made into pikelets by using a smaller amount of mixture.
With a recipe like this where the ingredients are measured in weights, not cups and spoons, you can use the taring off function on your scales. If you don’t know how that works it means it resets the scales to 0 even when there are other ingredients in the bowl so you can weigh in more ingredients. Or you can measure the ingredients into cups and spoon measurements and note that down on the recipe.