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I was first introduced to this when I first got married from a church cookbook. This is a great breakfast. I put butter on while it is hot and sprinkle powdered sugar on top...MMMMMMMM!!! :)

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~*Miss Diggy*~ September 04, 2006

My husband likes this recipe but i don't care for it. It is more like a thick crepe, every eggy. I cooked it twice and both time it stuck to the bottom of the pan. I think IF I make this again i will not use the butter but start with a cold baking dish and spray it with pam.

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MomEof3 June 23, 2003

A super-easy tasty breakfast, great for company. We had it with honey and homemade applesauce. It served 3 adults and two young children. A big hit! It will definitely go in the repertoire.

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Mamandedeux March 06, 2011

This is a favorite for me. I LOVE to put vanilla yogurt and strawberries on it. It is soooo good! I feel it is a fairly healthy breakfast too - Filled with protein. I cut the butter down to 4 T to cut down some of the fat content.

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Melljoy October 26, 2010

Worked really well. The result is eggy and buttery tasting, perfect with warm Freezer Apple Pie Filling - OAMC or maple syrup. Next time I'll try it with lemon juice and powdered sugar, too. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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LonghornMama March 21, 2010

I loved how this puffed up on the sides, but I felt that the middle seemed too "flat." My husband thought it had 3 distinct textures and he never knew what he was going to get in each bite. The directions weren't clear on how much to mix it, so maybe that was my problem. I don't like eggs, so I used Minta's suggestion of increasing the flour and milk. We flavored it with butter, powdered sugar, and maple syrup. We won't do this often, but I do think it will be something different to do once in a while.

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Mark & Stacy April 26, 2008

Beautiful texture - pleased the whole family. I will double next time for family of 5. Delicious with powdered sugar or maple syrup. Similar flavor to French Toast. Thanks for posting!

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LooksGood January 08, 2008

We LLLLOVE this recipe and make it often! Betty Crocker's suggestion is to serve it as the Germans do... with lemon juice and powdered sugar. Yum! Thanks for posting a family favorite!

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hollyfrolly December 20, 2007

This made a great breakfast for hubby and me this morning!! He just loved it and asked me to make it often. Also thinks it will be great for Thanksgiving breakfast when we have family here. Fix some bacon and/or sausage, some fresh OJ and brew up some hot coffee...mmmm what a way to start the day!! Thanks for sharing!

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Doglover61(aka Earnhardt) November 04, 2007
Puffy Oven Pancake or "Hootin' Annies"