By Bayhill on May 29, 2006
Photo by diner524
Photo by diner524
"Posted for the Zaar World Tour-Sweden. From the "Best of International Cooking" cookbook. I haven't tried this recipe yet. These are traditionally served with stewed fruit, lingonberry jam and sour cream."
Serving Size: 1 (141 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"I loved these crepes. I did reduce the sugar somewhat but otherwise made them as directed. Thanks for sharing."
"Great pancakes!!! These are very thin crepe-like pancakes although not so eggy and wonderful with the fresh sweetened strawberries and whipped cream that I had on mine!! I don't think I have made a pancake recipe that calls for it to sit for an hour, but I did so and it was a little foamy until I then mixed it up again. Served these with some sausage patties for a wonderful brunch!! Thanks for sharing the recipe and congrats again on your football win!!!"
"I am not the worlds best pancake maker, so I took a previous reviewers idea, and mixed the batter in a blender, that worked out well. Ended up with light, fluffy pancakes, that we really enjoyed. Used one of my Applesauce apple butter recipes for these. Served these with some cooked apple slices, and ended up with 16 (8 inch) pancakes that made for an enjoyable breakfast. Tagged and made for your win in Football Pool."
"These are the best! I could eat the whole platter. I made the batter in my blender, and then rested it for an hour on the counter before cooking. This recipe yielded about 20-22 6" pancakes. These are delicious with just a little preserves. I definitely will be making these again!"
"These were excellent! These were very rich and filling and taste good with everything. I subbed whole wheat flour for regular flour and soymilk for milk. We ate these with blackberry preserves, whipped cream, powdered sugar, butter and some other things. Enjoyed by all and definitely a keeper. Made for ZWT6 Family Picks."
"This is a light and yummy pancake. I served them with sugared fresh strawberries and filled with cheese for ZWT 6. Very tasty, thanks Bayhill."
"Excellent and easy to make. Thanks for the recipe"
"Bayhill these were excellant. I love thin pancakes and these were perfection. I didn't have any problems with the batter. I did let it sit on the counter for 30 minutes while I finished preparing breakfast. I served these sweet, flavorful pancakes filled and garnished with whipped cream and lingonberries. It tasted like dessert. The cream mellowed the tart and tangy little cranberries. I will make these again. Thanks so much for sharing this tasty treat."
"Lovely sweet flavour however I thought the mix was just a little thinner than most pancake mixes which made them a bit harder to handle and cook evenly. I've just dropped back in to revise my rating however - I've just discovered the thermostat on the hotplate I used has failed and running way too hot which was no doubt my main problem. Will have to try them again soon on a different hotplate!"
"These are fantastic! Great flavor and consistency. Once you get a hang of temperature and how to get them out of a regular saute pan, things move faster and cooking them is easier.I also sprayed a little cooking spray in the pan before putting in any of the batter and that helped in getting them out of the pan easier. My kids loved them and have already asked me to make them again. This will absolutely be made again in our house! Thank you for posting this!"
"the flavor was good but I had a really hard time flipping these. Cook incompetence =)"
"Very delicious and not overly sweet, we enjoyed these crepe-style pancakes for breakfast! Instead of lingonberry jam we folded raspberry preserves into them then topped with whipped cream and a bit of sifted powdered sugar. The recipe made 2 cups batter or 8 eight-inch crepes which puffed nicely as they cooked. It was made and much enjoyed for breakfast the first day of Zaar World Tour II ~ Thanks!"