Sunday Morning Bismarcks

Total Time
27mins
Prep 15 mins
Cook 12 mins

A light and wonderful way to begin a Sunday anytime of the year.

Directions

  1. Put butter in a heavy frying pan or a shallow casserole.
  2. Place in an oven set at 475*.
  3. Meanwhile, mix milk, flour and eggs lightly to make a batter.
  4. When the butter has melted, add batter to the pan and bake for 12 minutes.
  5. Remove from oven and place bismarck on a plate.
  6. Pour a little of the melted butter on the pancake, and squeeze on a little lemon juice to taste.
  7. Roll it up like a loose jelly roll and sprinkle with confectioners' sugar.
  8. Variations: Sprinkle with brown sugar.
  9. Forget the sugar and use a fruit or maple flavored syrup.
  10. Spread with a favorite fruit preserve or fresh berries.
  11. Lightly sprinkle with Grand Marnier.
  12. Fill with chestnut cream.

Reviews

(4)
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This was so easy and I had it on the table in 15 minutes, which my family LOVED! I used a wedge of a lemon for the juice that was about 1/4 of a lemon. Make sure you get this all over, as it gives a wonderful taste to it! And I sprinkled with powdered sugar! Thanks for a great recipe!

~*Miss Diggy*~ November 25, 2002

This is a perfect Sunday Brunch dish, easy to make and very tasty - I used an oval roasting pan apprx 18"x 8" and it was done in 10 minutes. Puffed up on the sides and perfect in the center. I dressed it with Cranberry marmalade, sprinkled lightly with sugar and then drizzled with 2 tbsp of Grand Marnier. This recipe would be perfect for an "after the theatre" snack, generously drizzled with Grand Marnier - It would serve 4. Thanks Sharon I loved my Sunday Brunch

Bergy January 13, 2008

I liked this, but I think there is too much butter, next time I will cut it back just a bit. We also omitted the lemon juice, but thought it was great without. I made mine in a glass pie pan, and it worked fine. It was too poofy to roll though, so I just kind of folded it. I think this would be great with strawberries, or strawberry jam or even apple butter. Thanks for a delicious breakfast!

Amanda Beth July 09, 2005

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