German (sorta) Pancakes

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Introduction: German (sorta) Pancakes

This is a great recipe for breakfast and can be done in about 20 minutes.It creates a big fluffy yummy pancake.

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Step 1: Ingredients and Tools

Ingredients:

-3 eggs

-1/2 cup milk

-1/2 cup flour

-1/4 tsp. salt

-2 1/2 Tbsp butter of margarine

Appliances/tools:

-blender

-oven

-8x8 or 9x13 pan

We usually triple this recipe for five people with leftovers, when doubling this recipe use the 9x13, for tripling use the 9x13 and 8x8

Step 2: Prep

Start your oven preheating to 450 degrees Fahrenheit. Once that is done put the butter into an 8x8 baking dish and put that into the oven to begin melting.

Step 3: Blending Ingredients

Crack 3 eggs into blender and pour in the milk, blend it for about thirty seconds or until throughly mixed. Add in the salt and flour and blend that all together until bubbly.

Step 4: Cooking

Once your butter from step one is done melting, pour the batter mixture into the pan. Begin cooking at 450 degrees Fahrenheit for fifteen minutes.

Step 5: Enjoy

Hope you like this instructable and especially the pancake!! It is great with milk and fruit! You can top it with syrup, butter, powdered sugar, and lemon juice. Make sure to eat it while it's fluffy!!

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    8 Discussions

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    MightyNozzle
    MightyNozzle

    4 years ago

    Germans do that pancakes in a pan, not in a stove. You put some spoons of dough to fit the whole pan. And they eat it regulary not as breakfast. It's more like a main meal. If you want it more fluffy, put some soda in.

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    EmilyM31
    EmilyM31

    Reply 4 years ago on Introduction

    same with my family! We're german and I have never seen it put into an oven but we eat it for dinner or any meal.

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    jmyers1
    jmyers1

    4 years ago

    We eat this and call it Dutch baby! A bit of syrup, jam, or powdered sugar.

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    MightyNozzle
    MightyNozzle

    4 years ago

    It's called pannukakku and is a recipe from Finland, says google.

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    SpenzaPain
    SpenzaPain

    Reply 4 years ago on Introduction

    This is kind of a family recipe so I am not sure what the original name was, and we tend to eat it for breakfast a lot so that's why I put it there :)

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    SpenzaPain
    SpenzaPain

    4 years ago

    Yes I have also heard that, you'd be surprised by what tastes good on it

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    somewhiteguy
    somewhiteguy

    4 years ago on Introduction

    I've always known these as Dutch Babies. Top this with cinamon/brown sugar sauteed apples and it's a great way to start a weekend.