Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Swedish Pancakes!

Yummy! This recipe has whole wheat flour in it.
Last night was a backwards night with breakfast for dinner!
My girls love that!
They filled them and rolled them up for themselves, messy but fun.
Our favorite fillings are applesauce and pear sauce.
This time we also tried out Loganberry jam.
Hear is a bite just for you!

Swedish Pancakes with Whole Wheat flour

In a medium bowl whisk together 3 eggs and 1 cup of Milk

In another bowl sift together 1 1/2 cups white flour with 1 cup of Whole wheat flour
add 1 Tblsp of Sugar and 1/2 tsp of Salt
add to the eggs and milk whisking well (no lumps)
1 1/2 Cups Milk and 2 Tblsp of melted Butter (real butter is key to this) & Whisk

Pre-Heat your pan on Medium heat and melt butter or spray to prevent sticking
your pan needs to be hot before you pour the batter
You want the pancake to have a golden brown appearance.
pour in 1/3 cup batter into your pan rotate it around to make a thin layer (these are similar to crepes in that they need to be thin)
Cook for a 1 1/2 minutes or so until you see that the top is not shiny or liquid and the pancake pulls away from the pan easily. I like to go around the edge of the cake while its cooking with my spatula to loosen the edge which is the place it likes to stick the most.

Then you start stacking them up and cooking the rest.
Good luck
My girls like them right out of the pan so I don't really get a stack.
In fact I cut them in half and that way the one kiddo isn't eating in front of the other causing tears.

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