Warburtons has revealed the recipe for it’s iconic crumpets – try making them!
Warburtons has unveiled the recipe behind its infamous crumpets!
With Brits using their time at home to become star bakers, Warburtons is sharing its family recipe so budding bakers can attempt to recreate the holey treats themselves.
With Google searches for “how to make a crumpet” the highest they have ever been the expert bakers at Warburtons have decided to give everyone a helping hand.
Warburtons produces over 700 million crumpets every year and has been making them the same way for over 30 years.
So, here’s the steps to make your own…
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Keep calm and crumpet on this bank holiday weekend with the family recipe for our Warburtons crumpets! Ready to rise to the challenge? Swipe for the ingredients and steps you’ll need to become a crumpet connoisseur. Don’t forget to tag us in your masterpieces 📸 – the Crumb de la Crumb or the Top of the Flops, we promise to love them all! #AtHomeWithWarburtons 🧡
You can share your hand-crafted creations on social using the hashtag #athomewithwarburtons to show off your crumbeliveable masterpieces!
Ingredients (makes 6 crumpets):
150g plain white flour
½ tsp salt
½ tsp sugar
1 tsp baking powder
1 tsp dried yeast
Stage 1 – How to make the Crumpet Batter….
- Add Flour, Water and Salt to a mixing bowl
- Mix vigorously with a whisk until your arm aches (at least 5 mins) to create your crumpet batter
- Mix a few ml’s of water into to your dried yeast
- Add sugar, baking powder and yeast mixture to bowl and mix for another 30 seconds until you have a clear batter (and your arm aches even more!)
- Cover mixing bowl and put into a warm place for 15 mins (top tip – make sure you’re mixing bowl is bigger than you need as it will expand)
Stage 2 – How to bake your crumpets…
- Place a greased metal biscuit cutter (any shape cutter you have to hand will also do the trick) into the middle of a non-stick frying pan
- Pre-heat your frying pan on a hob on a medium-high heat setting
- Before you start, give your batter a stir to remove any large air bubbles
- Use a ladle to drop approx. 60g batter into the cutter inside the pan
- Wait for approx. 4 mins – carefully lift the ring off the crumpet
- Remove baked Crumpet from pan (if the top looks a bit gooey flip over in the pan for a few seconds)
- Repeat the above to make as many as you can eat!
- Toast and enjoy with butter, or anything else you fancy to top off your dough-licious bake…