Breakfast, Recipes

Swedish Pancakes

February 2, 2015

Swedish Pancakes

yields: 3 pancakes

E: There is nothing like a sweet and beautiful breakfast to make you feel like your day is going to be extra special. This is a great alternative to french toast or traditional pancakes. I make this recipe for my sweets-loving husband. This recipe is the “man-approved” version because it has regular butter, sugar, and cow’s milk. If you want a lighter version, then try my “clean-crepes” which are inspired by Skinnytaste’s recipe. Those are dairy-free, sugar-free, and use whole wheat flour. This recipe is for 1 or 2 people. My husband eats all three pancakes as one serving. Just double the amounts if necessary. 

2 large organic eggs

1 cup of fat-free milk

1 tablespoon of melted butter

1 teaspoon vanilla extract

½ teaspoon grounded cinnamon

¼ cup all-purpose flour

pinch salt

1 teaspoon sugar

berries of your choice or banana

 

Using a whisk beat eggs, milk, butter, vanilla, and cinnamon. Add flour, salt and sugar and mix again. Place a large 10-inch pan or skillet on medium heat. Spray some canola oil or butter. Add 1/3 of the mix and swirl the pan to coat bottom. Keep swirling until the mix sets. Flip the pancakes and let it cook for another minute. Place on plate and roll into a taquito. Add your fruit and sprinkle powdered sugar or drizzle maple syrup. Or if you are like my husband you can drizzle more butter, sugar and regular table syrup. He’s crazy.

 

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