Serve cold as is or buttered, or add a bit of golden or maple syrup, or smother with bananas and cinnamon, or cover in fresh, soft fruit. Or, for a dessert, heat up and add a dollop of vanilla ice cream. You can always add cinnamon or allspice to the sultanas whilst making the batter too.
Excellent for freezing. I make a whole load, put them onto a tray and open freeze them (pop the tray into the freezer). I then put them in batches of 12 into freezer bags. To reheat, thaw in a fridge and either warm them in the microwave for a few seconds, pop them into a non stick frying pan for 30 seconds or, as I usually do, pop them frozen into the toaster. If using the toaster to reheat, bear in mind the smaller the pancake the harder it is to get them out (without turning the whole toaster upside down!).
These were soooo good. I made 24 and there were 8 left in an hour, after my OH started on them. Froze them too. Lovely, thx! - 14 Nov 2014
Oh yum! Ate six while I was cooking them. So easy, so quick and I took the advice to freeze them. Just popped them in the microwave first thing in the morning. Must try them with bananas. - 01 Jan 2014