@ David V... You didnt "FIX" anything by adding flour - you didn't want Swedish pancakes, you wanted *regular* pancakes.... Swedish pancakes typically ARE thinner, and ARE similar to crepes (but better) :P Just try looking up pictures of them sometime.... Luckily for you though there are plenty of recipes for regular pancakes on the web.
It was amazing I put Blaxkberry jam on it it was yummy!
I tried another recipe before trying this one and ended up with scrambled eggs so iwas very nervous to give it a shot again. I wish I had found this recipe the first time. By mixing only half of the wet ingredients first, it makes it easier to get any lumps out of your batter. I do highly recommend slowly sifting in the flour for the best results. I didn't make any adjustments in the recipe. We have a restaurant here where they give ever person one Swedish pancake before their meal. My eight year old son thought these were even better than the ones at the restaurant. This recipe will definitely become a family favorite. We topped ours with lingonberry preserves.
Delicious! These were almost too buttery for me - but that can be fixed by a quick decrease of the amount in the recipe - I also found I didn't need to add any oil to the pan - but I have some pretty good non-stick pans...I served them with Fresh chopped strawberries with a creamcheese/sour cream/powdered sugar mixture on top - YUM!!
FYI: Batter is runny so it will spread into the crepe like thinness. Very yummy though after a few "oops".
LOVE these pancakes! We have a restaurant where I live that makes a pancake similar and for years I tried different recipes and this one is pretty close. My go to pancake recipe for sure now!
Wow. I made these exactly as directed, and they were amazing. Okay--I lied. I used whole milk because I had this awesome stuff from the farmers market, but otherwise--just like the recipe says. I did use a crepe pan and spreader, which made it really easy to get these perfect. Then I sprinkled them with lemon sugar and rolled up with thinly sliced fresh strawberries. And we dunked them in maple syrup. Two of us. Every. Last. Pancake. No--we're not morbidly obese couch surfers. We both worked out that morning and craved carbs, I guess. It was the only meal we ate all day. But in all seriousness--the serving size listed is entirely appropriate. We really intended to save half for the kids when they woke up. Oops. You snooze, you lose. They were just THAT good! (Heaven help me--I didn't even feel sick. I would have eaten more if we hadn't already licked the plate clean...)
Perfection!! I woke up with a craving for Swedish pancakes like my mom used to make. This was exactly it!! My 18 month old cannot get enough of them!! I put the butter in the microwave to melt it and forgot it entirely, but did butter the griddle heavily between batches, so probably got about the same amount of butter in the end. Next time I'll follow the recipe! :-)
OK. It's good but not a pancake, a very watery batter and a crepe. Didn't want a crepe. I fixed it with another cup of flour and 3 tsps. Baking powder. And they were very good. Now I gotta think what to do with the dozen more pancakes left to make.
I have to say, that while these "pancakes" taste fine, they are NOT Swedish Pancakes. They are a weird type of crepe. I served them with lemon and powder sugar, they tasted and looked exactly like a crepe. I have yet to find a Swedish Pancake recipe that I can make without the box mix from the store :(