I grew up on Swedish pancakes… My Mom use to make them for all holidays and special events… like my birthday breakfast or when I had my girlfriends over for a sleepover! Growing up they were served rolled up with strawberries and sprinkled with powered sugar… MMM… I tried that with my boys and they nixed it right away… They like them rolled up in good ole Mrs. Buttersworth!
- 4 eggs
- 2 cups milk
- ¾ cups flour
- 1 TBLS sugar
- pinch of salt
- 2 TBLS melted butter
- butter for the pan
- Beat eggs and flour together
- Add sugar, salt and melted butter and mix
- Add milk and mix
- Heat pan to medium heat and hit with some butter
- Pour mix into pan flip after about 2 minutes
- Repeat till batter is gone
- Serve with syrup or fresh strawberries and powdered sugar
I’ve mastered this recipe… There is a couple tricks to having them turn out… Check it out and try them in your home!
Here’s the trick to these so you don’t end up with lumpy pancakes….
Start by beating the eggs and flour together till its nice and smooth
Add you sugar salt and melted butter
then add your milk one cup at a time whisking it together
Have your pan on medium to medium low and put a lil butter in it so your pancake doesn’t stick.
Once you can give your pan a lil giggle and the mix doesn’t move its time to flip your pancake
second side doesn’t take to long so don’t go far!
I like to keep them in an oven set at 170 to keep them warm while you finish up the batch
My family went through this whole stack… no leftovers