These are really nice pancakes. I cooked them in two small frying pans, one to a pan, simultaneously and they do cook fast, as the recipe states. I rotated the pans a bit to swirl the batter, which made them thinner (and that's the way we like our pancakes). They were great with butter and syrup and I think I'll serve a fruit sauce (raspberry?)with them next time. Thanks Ellie! Great recipe!
these had a nice flavour to them but i think i'll try to swirl them around to make them thinner next time.
Made as directed. Very simple and easy to make. Had a hard time waiting the 30 minutes. Made for ZWT9 and "The Apron String Travelers"
These nice easy pancakes are tasty although a bit on the heavy side. They were made as written. Thanks for the post.
sooo yummy, kinda like my grandmas. next time i will make sure i have strawberrys in the house!
This is the same recipe my step-grandmother taught me, and the only recipe I can remember because it is so simple. I use gluten-free flour and it works out fine. Add an extra egg for a crepe. I never manage to let the mixture sit for 30 minutes though. I melt the butter and then use a paper towel to wipe it off, and use the paper towel to refresh the pan during the cooking.
Ellie, these were good, although my husband prefers light, fluffy pancakes. I enjoyed them with syrup. Thanks!