Pikelets are small round pancakes found in Australia and New Zealand (about 75 mm in diameter). They are quick to make and use a mix of eggs, milk, self-rising flour, and sugar. The mixture is dropped by spoonfuls on a hot griddle and browned on both sides. They are eaten with jam, whipped cream and/or butter during afternoon tea.

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