Thursday, May 28, 2009

Swedish Pancakes

A few weeks ago Alex and Amber (bro-in-law and his fiancee) made these delicious Swedish Pancakes for us. My whole family loved them, so I made them this morning. They are very similar to a crepe, but they are more "eggy" and sweeter as well. We ate ours with whipped cream, strawberries, and blueberries. When Alex and Amber made them for us we had blueberry syrup on them as well and that was yummy!

They would be good with anything you normally eat in crepes. Here are some ideas Shara posted a while ago.

Swedish Pancakes

6 eggs
3 C. milk
3/4 C. sugar
2 C. flour

(The blender works well for making the batter) Beat eggs well, then add milk and sugar. Add flour slowly to mixture. Pour onto hot griddle until golden brown. Then turn. They should be runny and big.

1 comment:

Katrina said...

That looks so good - I'm going to have to request those for the next Mother's Day breakfast in bed! Thanks for your help with the Kraft magazine too - you are awesome!!