A typical pikelet is made with self raising flour, egg, milk and sugar. It is almost always pan fried in butter, which makes it all beautiful, crunchy on the outside and golden. Resting the batter for a few minutes after mixing it will result in a pikelet you will want to name "Fluffy!" and sneak into your bed for a snack at night. There are more than a dozen ways to experience this little treat served at afternoon teas all over Australia. But the best and simplest is with a generous sprinkling of raw sugar and a big squeeze of the good old lemon. And it is a breeze to cook. As my son and all his friends at school say Easy Peasy, Lemon Squeezy!!