Sunday, August 8, 2010

German Pancakes

These are great! So easy, not too involved, yet scrumptious! Just throw it together and you have a nice warm breakfast! (or a fast dish for "breakfast for dinner" :))
I don't know if they really have these in Germany, though my German friend did tell me they don't have pancakes like we do here... so maybe! :)
German Pancakes
6 eggs
1 cup milk
1 cup flour
1/2 tsp salt
5 TBS butter (ok it really calls for 5 tsp ... but I LOVE extra butter on these!)
I like to throw it all into the blender, it makes it super fast! I learned that from a mutual activity we had when I was in YW :) Anyways just put all of the ingredients EXCEPT the butter into the blender or other mixing bowl and whip it together. Preheat your oven to 450 degrees. Put the butter into a 9x13 baking dish (I halved the recipe for us and used a 9x9) and put into the preheating oven to melt... DON'T forget it in there!! When butter is melted take out and pour batter into the pan. Bake for 15-20 minutes... it is going to get really puffy and tall... then when you take it out it'll shrink down. All done!

You can put powdered sugar, syrup, brown sugar... maybe even some jam or nutella??


  1. Thanks for this recipe, I had one for German pancakes already, but never quite liked the taste, too many eggs, this one has less, so I am going to try it!

  2. Reagan I saw this and went right down and made it in 2 minutes , cooked it and everyone loved it. You are a great Cooker !!!

  3. Hope you like this one Stephanie!!

    I'm glad everyone loved it over at the Taylor house! :)

  4. Ok, finally got around to making these like I wanted to......they're DELICIOUS!! They don't taste "Eggy" at all like my other recipe, they're just right! Perfect!

  5. Thats great!!! I've been using this recipe forever and love it every time! Glad you liked it!