Sunday, January 20, 2008

German Pancakes

A favorite warm breakfast in our house!



Original recipe:

6 eggs
1 C Flour
1 C fat free Milk
2 tsp sugar
1 tsp salt

2 Tbsp. butter (I used brummel and brown)

Preheat oven to 450 degrees. Melt 4 TBSP butter in 1 1/2 qt casserole dish in oven(***side note: the original recipe calls for a 9x13 pan, but I love mine thick and choose to do it in a smaller pan so it is more substantial.) Meanwhile, in a BLENDER or with a hand mixer, mix all ingredients VERY WELL. Pour into preheated pan and bake at 450 for 25 minutes. Serve with 1 tsp powdered sugar (0 pt+) and lite or sugar free syrup.
Yum!

Each recipe makes 6  (1 piece) servings - 5 pt+

7 comments:

LeAnn and Cris said...

We love german pancakes at our house. We put sautaed apples on ours, here's the recipe for them if you want to try it.
6 large apples sliced
3tbsp brown sugar
1/4 c apple juice
1tsp cinnamon

Cook all together in skillet untill apples are tender. serve over pancake.

I really don't follow the recipe all the way. Sometimes I add more juice so there is more to put on the pancake, and I add a bit more cinnamon. I cook this while the pancake is cooking.

Calista said...

This looks just like Grandma Danes' recipe, but when I cook it at 450 for 25 minutes in a 9x13 I end up with the top and sides burnt...I've been experimenting with a lower temperature.

Tawnie said...

These are also yummy sprinkled with lemon juice and powedered sugar!!! I love how thick yours are. I'll be trying that. Thanks.

Bethany said...

Wow! I've never met anyone outside my family who even knows what German Pancakes are! I guess it's not really something you discuss every day, but the people I have mentioned it to give me a blank stare when I bring it up. Our family loves german pancakes--we top them the same way you do, although my mom and grandmother sprinkle it with lemon and powdered sugar the way tawnie does.

The Waters family said...

Trying these for dinner...I was desperate for a fast meal.

Marci Ward said...

I have been using this recipe only with a 9 X13 and my only complaint is that it is so thin...thanks...I tried it and they are much better thicker!

Hannah said...

Oooh, those look even better nice and thick like that!! Thanks for the tip. Love the blog, btw!