Swedish Pancakes ~ Good Soul Food



I recently made these amazing Swedish Pancakes. The recipe was super delicious and easy. The pancakes melt in your mouth, but you don’t want to eat too many of them (they're not exactly a low calorie food). I suggest practicing your hospitality and have your friends over for a Swedish Pancake party. You can fill these with anything you desire. I thought it would be fun to set up a filling bar and let everyone experiment with fillings and toppings.

Swedish Pancake Recipe

Ingredients:

6 tablespoons of unsalted butter
3 eggs
2 cups of milk
1 cup of flour
1 teaspoon cinnamon
1 tablespoon of butter

Filling and Topping:

Jam (or whatever your heart desires)
Powdered sugar


Directions: Makes 6 servings

1. Melt the butter in a pan.

2. In a bowl beat the eggs together with a whisk

3. Add ½ cup of the milk to the eggs and beat the mixture for 2 minutes.

4. Add the 2 cups of flour to the egg mixture and beat until the mixture is smooth.

5. Add the remaining 1 ½ cups of milk. Then add the cinnamon and melted butter.

6. Add the tablespoon of butter to the pan and heat the pan until it is hot.

7. Drop a tablespoon or two (depending on the size you like) of the thin batter into the pan for each pancake.

8. Cook for 1 minute, until the edges are lightly brown. Turn the pancake and cook on the other side for 1 minute.

9. They are best served hot off the pan so eat them right away. Use a spatula to put them on plates. Fill with your favorite jam, roll them, and top with a sprinkling of powdered sugar.

These are amazing. You’ll love them!

16 comments:

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Oh, we see a lot of these in Minnesota, the Swedish capital of the US! These resemble the crêpes in Paris and you should have seen Ruben when he had his first...with NUTELLA! How are you dearest? Come on by if you have a chance....Anita

Dolly said...

Looks and sounds yummy!

Smiles, Dolly

Enzie Shahmiri * Portrait Artist said...

I love these. Sometimes when I get the munchies and have nothing sweet at home, I whip up a couple and put Nutella on them. Heavenly!

Now I have to try your recipe as well.

Hugs~
Enzie

My Blessed Serendipity Life said...

These are quite delicious. I love mine with lingonberries and powdered sugar. Your beautiful picture captures their deliciousness. How could anyone not want to try them?

Danielle

June said...

Nancy do you know I have never made these before? Thank you for the recipe...I think I see a girls night coming on. This would be the perfect treat. Thank you so much for the recipe and for sharing it with us.
Yes we are having a tiny bit of sun today, but it the past four days in a row here. I think very soon, we may have a little more Spring-like weather. Oooh I do hope so!
sending hugs

Gustaviana said...

thank you for those kind words in my blog... if i get as good withe my chairs as your's schoes I be very very very happy xx hugs viana

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Chère Nancy,

Thank you for coming over yesterday. Ruben and I are celebrating our 29th wedding anniversary on SUNDAY!!! Can you believe that? Be well ma belle, Anita

Marysol said...

Oh dear. That delicious photo needs no words.
Nancy, I know these will be good for my soul. I'll just drown out the screams emanating from the seams of my pants with more confectioner's sugar.

Marie Antionette said...

Hello Nancy,
Would you believe I have been on a pancake kick here lately? I am going to make these in just a little while.
I can just taste them...yummmm!!!
Thank you Hon,
XXOO Marie Antionette

Zita - Mlle Magpie said...

Nancy, those Swedish pancakes look delicious!

NeereAnDear said...

Making me hungry .... what fun that would be to host a party and have a "filling" bar with all kinds of goodies ... they look like crepes? similar ??

LOTS OF HUGS
JO

Chatelaine said...

I absolutely love Swedish pancakes!
Thanks for the recipe.

rochambeau said...

Hi Nancy,
It's been awhile since I've had Swedish pancakes so thank you for rekindling the the thoughts of these thin yummy pancakes. The first time I experienced them, was with my oldest friend Leslie at her Swedish grandmothers apartment. She had special cast iron pans to make them in. Leslie is my friend that made me realize how recipes can make those we love live on forever.

Hugs to you Nancy!

xox
Constance

Everything looks lovely here!!

Lana said...

Thank you for sharing this recipe. I know what my daughter and I will be making this week. ;)

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

CHÈRE NANCY! Yes, today, the happiest day of my life. Thank you for being a part of it, so long ago!!!!! Can you believe that much time has passed by?

WE HAD A BLAST TODAY!!!!

Wishing you a SPLENDID WEEK! Anita

Fleur de Bee said...

LOVE those!! My Dad's Side is Swedish (my maiden name is Sandberg) and Danish. Grew up on these. YUM!!