The recipe was posted by Ruth Heiges at http://www.cyber-kitchen.com.
She writes: "I got this
from a Temple member (Alyse Kirschen) a few years ago. It's fantastic,
only dirties 2 bowls, a measuring cup, and measuring spoon. Is much
cheaper than blintzes, but tastes just like them. Easy, quick, cheap,
delicious..." It can also be adapted for Passover by substituting the flour and baking powder.
She´s right. The whole family loves it and it is a keeper... specially for Shavuot and Sukkot.