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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.
It was amazing I put Blaxkberry jam on it it was yummy!
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 :(
Mine look nothing like the ones in the photo. They're thinner and really dry. Flavor is pretty good, tho.
Great recipe! I tweaked mine a little bit by adding a tsp of vanilla and a half cup of extra flour. My family enjoys them with either peanut butter / syrup, butter / powdered sugar, or lemon curd
WoW! Delicious pancakes! I usually buy mixes so DH can whip them up himself, however now I think I'm stuck making them from scratch for now on as he and I both enjoyed these thoroughly! Made for Help A Naked Recipe!
This is the recipe I've been looking for! Other recipes look very similar, but this is the one that tastes like my mother used to make for a special Sunday morning treat. My favorite way to serve is with real maple syrup. Or as a decadent dessert with strawberries and whipped cream.
These were awesome! I forgot to add the butter but cooked with melted butter on the griddle. They were so tender they just melted in your mouth!
Absolutely delicious, especially rolled up with blueberry preserves in the middle and topped with powdered sugar. I added an extra egg just because that seemed to be what everyone else was doing, and they turned out great. Kids loved them, and they were fast and easy to make.