Very good recipe. Thanks for sharing. Good idea using the blender -- less things to clean. Goes well with some butter, powder sugar, and syrup. The butter helps the pancake to become more tender but even without it, it still taste great. Thanks again.
I made these in response to my 8-year-old's request for thinner pancakes (like the King's Cakes at Le Peep - not quite crepes, but much thinner than regular pancakes). She was absolutely thrilled with them, and the rest of the family loved them too. I served them with homemade brown sugar syrup. For mine, I put some butter and a sprinkle of cinnamon on one half, folded it over, and topped with a little syrup. Heaven! This is going in my recipe book right away, and I seriously doubt I will make any other kind again. Thank you so much!
I agree with a previous review, the word for these is YUM :) This was my first atempt at making my own crepes and i'd say it was a success thanks to this recipe, i loved them even just right out of the pan with nothing on them. I did make a sour cream and brown sugar sauce, and put that on along with some fresh strawberries, and they were very good! i would probably in the future use just a few Tb butter in the batter, and cook it in the rest of the butter, frying it in the butter really adds to the over all taste :) Thanks for this great recipe!
YUM! Made these this morning YUM! We have tried a few Swedish pancake recipes and this is the one! YUM! We tweaked it just little by adding more sugar using a Â¼ cup and a generous teaspoon of vanilla. YUM! We served them with lingonberries YUM! They were the best. YUM! Thank you so much for the best Swedish pancake recipe I have tasted. YUM!
These were good, but I added more than a pinch of salt after making a few and finding they could be a little more flavorful. I also halved the butter and they were still plenty greasy. The biggest challenge was that the batter was very lumpy and it took me a while to get out the lumps. I didn't use the blender, however. The lumpiness could also be a function of the following the recipe to blend all ingredients together at once.
DELICIOUS! I left out the butter in the batter and added a little extra sugar, fried them in butter and they were PERFECT, exactly what I had been craving. I think I may make these every week, super easy to flip and don't break apart, I ate them plain right out of the pan the night I made them and stuffed them with strawberries and sprinkled them with powdered sugar the next day! YUMMMMY!
Delicious and easy to make,I didn't grease my pan as there was enough butter in the batter.Served it with strawberries and whip cream
love these. I normally make the lighter sort but this was heartier and better for a cold morning :) Used fresh frozen raspberries from my moms garden on top
We enjoyed these. I think the flavor would improve dramatically with a pinch of salt added, but the texture is perfect. I made a honey-orange butter to top them with along with powdered sugar and strawberries. Thank you Engrossed!
I thought these were really good. They were a bit heavier then I am used to so I was able to really stuff them and they held up nicely. In light of the up coming Independence Day we stuffed them with blueberry sauce, fresh strawberries and cool whip. Great Breakfast ... Thanks!