Tuesday, January 10, 2012

German Pancakes

I love breakfast foods. Love them. One of my favorite things to eat is French toast. Yum. I was looking for something new to try, and came upon a recipe for German pancakes. I thought they looked interesting, so I gave it a try and I have to say they're great! It's sort of a cross between French toast and regular pancakes.

This is a super easy recipe, and after I'd made it once the recipe I had it locked in my brain forever memorized.



It puffs up a good bit while baking, but it'll collapse while it cools. We ate ours with a sprinkle of powdered sugar and some maple syrup.


German Pancake Recipe
Preheat oven to 400* F

1/4 cup butter
1 cup milk
4 eggs
1 tsp vanilla
1 cup flour
2 Tbsp sugar
pinch of salt

1. Place butter in an 8" cast iron skillet and place in the oven to heat pan and melt butter.
2. Combine milk, eggs, and vanilla in bowl and mix well.
3. Add flour, sugar, and salt and mix until smooth.
4. Remove cast iron pan from the oven (it's HOT! Even the handle!) and pour in batter.
5. Bake for ~18 minutes until browned and puffy.

Then you can wait for it to collapse/cool a tad and serve with syrup, powdered sugar, etc.

5 comments:

Patrick said...

I LOVE these. I put some powder sugar and lemon juice on mine. In is sweet and bitter at the same time. They are like funnel cakes. YUMMY!

Becky said...

YUM! That looks great!! I'll have to try that soon.... maybe tonight! :)

Jennifer said...

Looks good. I'm gonna have to try it :)

Jennifer said...

Just wanted to let you know I made it this mornin right after readin your blog... I like it! I'm gonna post about & link to ya :)

katiegirl said...

Patrick, good idea!

Becky, definitely make it tonight!

Jennifer, I'll hop over to your blog real quick!

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