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I've only recently discovered this recipe and so far... I'm a fan! I love the versatility and how easy it is to make. Makes a great last minute choice as you can top it with whatever you have in the cupboard... jam, fresh fruit, powdered sugar, honey, syrup, peanut butter, nutella, etc. Be creative! When I lived in Germany my friends introduced me to crepes with nutella, banana slices, bailey's, and ice cream. HEAVEN! I bet those things would be quite lovely on this as well! Makes for a fun and creative brunch. :) One more thing- for high altitude, lower the heat to 400 and watch it close around 25 minutes. Mine is usually done around then. It's easier to cut slices if you don't let the bottom brown too much.

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Colorado Mel October 24, 2009

Thanks I loved this easy recipe. Mine cooked faster it was done in about 20 mins. I added a littlr vanilla and cinnamon to the batter.

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tbean1 January 07, 2007

I put the butter in a cast iron skillet and placed the skillet in the oven while it preheated. The batter was then added to the preheated skillet. This was topped off with Norwegian Fried Apples - Stekte Epler Fried Apples - Stekte Epler for a wonderful brunch. The only problem I had was that it cooked in less time than the recipe stated and the edges got a little to dark. This did not affect the taste. Wonderful!

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PaulaG September 18, 2005

Ooohhh, this is so nice. And so easy to make. I substitued half of the sugar with vanilla sugar. And this was served with Pear Butter Pear Butter and some fresh blueberries on the side.

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Amis September 13, 2005
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