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Saturday, April 2, 2011

Swedish Pancakes

I think this was the first thing I learned to cook.  It was an exciting night in our house when my mom declared it a "Swedish Pancake Night"!  I love these smeared in lingonberries (or raspberry jam), dusted in powdered sugar and rolled up.  They're also tasty with good ole maple syrup.  Yum!  Enjoy.

3 c. milk (or more if the batter seems too thick)
2 c. flour
4 T. melted butter or canola oil
1 t. salt
4 eggs
4 T. sugar

Mix all ingredients well with a mixer.  This batter is much thinner than traditional pancakes.  Heat griddle to 325 degrees.  Use about 1/3 c. for each pancacke. 

Makes enough to feed a hungry family of 4

3 comments:

  1. Luke loved them and loved rubbing it in that he had pancakes while I was eating my oatmea. Wahhh, whaaa!

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  2. good thing you have the recipe. Now you can make them for him next week!

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  3. LUke's trying to talk me into making them this morning.

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