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I certainly understand why your children love these pancakes Ri. They are delicious, have great flavor and a lovely texture. I really enjoyed your recipe. I garnished it with strawberry butter and fresh strawberries for a wonderful breakfast. Thank you so much for sharing. made for Name That Ingredient Tag Game.
I usually add about a 1/2 tsp or so of almond extract. After they're cooked I sprinkle them with cinnamon sugar, roll them up, and serve them with canned peaches over them. My family loves this recipe.
Oh hands down this is the best German pancake I have ever eaten. My kids love them and so do our friends.
I first ate these after a sleepover at my best friends house in first grade. We still make them together to this day. My entire family loves them as well. If anyone is over for breakfast, this is always my go to recipe.
Wow! These are fantastic! Not too eggy or too thick, but definitely more substantial than your average crepe. The whole recipe yielded 30 small/medium pancakes for me. I slightly underfilled my flour measurements, used 1/8 tsp cinnamon and a dash of nutmeg. Simply Superb!
Very good taste and fairly healthy. Thanks for sharing.
What a treat! This was our first time to try German pancakes, and they were wonderful!! We had some nice blueberry and raspberry jams that we put on them. Yum! Unlike ordinary pancakes, these kept us from being hungry all morning! Probably the number of eggs contributed to that. Thank you so much ~Ri for sharing this!
Growing up my mom made these for our Sunday Brunch. She got the receipe from my Grandma, who made them for my Dad and Aunt when they were little. We had a filling we would mix up. It was cottage cheese, sour cream and a tablespoon of sugar mixed together and then placed in middle of the pancake with a tablespoon of jam or jelly. Really good.