These Swedish Pancakes are a family favorite. This swedish pancake recipe has been passed down from my great grandma Noren. Once you make these Swedish pancakes you will want to make them again and again. I know you will love them! They are light and thin like the consistency of a crepe. Another great fact about this recipe is you can mix the batter up in a blender to reduce the amount of pans and utensils you have to clean. To start beat 3 eggs in your blender until foamy. Then add milk and melted butter. When blended add your flour, sugar, and salt until smooth. Heat up a griddle and grease with butter. Pour a small amount of batter onto your griddle and cook for about a minute until light brown then flip and cook for another 30 seconds. Now my favorite part is adding the toppings!
This is a fun breakfast where you can have the topping out and everyone can choose and decorate their pancake how they want. A favorite combo of mine is spreading sour cream on your Swedish pancake. Yep, you heard that right, sour cream. I know it might sound strange. Sour cream is usually for tacos or baked potatoes… but you will be remarkably surprised at how yummy sour cream is on these pancakes. Along with the sour cream, add some diced strawberries and a sprinkle of powder sugar. Roll your pancake up and add a few more strawberries and powder sugar with a squeeze of lemon juice. Enjoy! For another pastry fit for breakfast try my raspberry cream cheese pastries. What is your favorite breakfast recipe?