British pronunciation/kɹˈʌmpɪt/
American pronunciation/kɹˈʌmpɪt/

a small thick cake that is not sweet, made from a yeast batter, cooked on a griddle

What is "crumpet"?


Crumpets are a type of small, round, and spongy bread that is popular in British cuisine and is often served for breakfast or as a snack. They are made from a mixture of flour, yeast, and milk, which is left to ferment and then cooked on a griddle or skillet until golden brown. The bread has a soft and porous texture, which makes it ideal for soaking up butter, jam, or honey. Crumpets are often served toasted with a generous spread of butter, which melts into the holes and creates a deliciously rich and indulgent flavor. They can also be served with savory toppings, such as cheese or eggs. Crumpets are a beloved staple of British cuisine and can be found in many grocery stores, bakeries, and cafes. They can also be made at home using a variety of recipes and techniques, making them a fun and rewarding project for home cooks and baking enthusiasts.

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