Bible Story Pikelets

Actually, there is nothing extraordinary about these pikelets; they are a basic recipe.  In fact, you might even have a better one!  But I've discovered that they are great for telling the story about Manna for the Israelites (in fact, pikelets are sometimes called manna in our house!).  They are sweet (particularly if sprinkled with cinnamon and sugar!) and can be made the day before - perfect for making sure you are well and truly ready for your Sabbath/Sunday School class.

  • 1 cup Self-raising Flour
  • pinch of salt
  • 1 tablespoon of caster sugar
  • 3/4 cup milk
  • 1 egg
  • Sift dry ingredients and make a well in centre.  Whisk milk and egg together in a jug and pour into the centre well, whisking to make a smooth batter.
  • Heat a frypan and brush with butter or oil.
  • Drop spoonfuls of batter into frypan.  When small bubbles appear, turn over.
  • Cool.

These can also be used for the story of Five Loaves and Two Fishes.  The pikelets break quite easily to share amongst children.  Try cutting into shape of fishes or using a cookie cutter.  

These pikelets can be used with one of the Basket Crafts for children to take home.


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