Pannekoeken – #TuesdayFoodsday

I have heard a variety of stories about where Pannekoeken originated. I have heard it to be German, Belgian, Dutch, Norwegian, and Swedish. I guess this makes sense since all […]

I have heard a variety of stories about where Pannekoeken originated. I have heard it to be German, Belgian, Dutch, Norwegian, and Swedish. I guess this makes sense since all those places took turns invading one another and frankly the title sounds like something out of all of their native languages.

Regardless of where it came from, Pannekoeken is a delicious breakfast treat. Here is our secret recipe:

Pannekoeken
1/2 stick butter
3/4 cup flour
3 eggs
3/4 cup milk
Fruit or pie filling for topping (optional)

Melt butter in a pie plate or ceramic cooking pan (like in the image). Mix flour, egg, and milk until the batter is smooth and thick like cream. Pour into pie plate. Top with fruit if desired. Sprinkle with sugar and cinnamon. Bake 20-30 minutes at 400 degrees. DO NOT OPEN OVEN TO CHECK ON IT. The pannekoeken will rise during back and falls after removed from heat. Serve upon removal from oven. Delicious with syrup and powdered sugar or lingonberries.

Photo credit here.

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