German Pancakes Recipe

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You might think this German Pancakes Recipe is for breakfast, but I make it OFTEN for my family for dinner! Easy Dinner idea

I’m sharing it as a great suggestion for Thanksgiving or Christmas morning in partnership with using Real Seal products.

Growing up, we had this meal for breakfast every Christmas morning. Or at least a few Christmas mornings, that’s all it takes for a kid to think it happened every year, right? I never knew until I was cooking for my family how EASY it is to put together! I’ve altered the recipe found in the church cookbook I’ve had for many years, to make it more hearty and thicken it up. I feel like if I serve it with fruit and a little protein on the side, it’s completely filling as a dinner meal.

Here is how puffed it is in the oven

Swedish Pancakes Recipe

I’ve heard it called Puff pancakes or Swedish pancakes, but to me, it will always be German pancakes.

This is one of the meals where I hear cheering from the kids when I make it, I just need to make sure I have enough eggs–9 for my family–to make it.

German Pancakes Recipe for Christmas breakfast

Some prefer the middle, I prefer the corner, I like a little crisp to my portion.  Using REAL SEAL butter, as well as the whipping cream to top it all off, I know it’s coming from pure sources.

 

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German Pancakes Recipe
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Serves: 6
 
Hearty breakfast or dinner for your family.
Ingredients
  • 9 eggs
  • 1.5 cup milk
  • 1.5 cup flour
  • ½ tsp. salt
  • 4 T butter
Instructions
  1. In a bowl, combine eggs, milk, flour, and the salt/ beat until fluffy and smooth. Cut up butter and put in greased 9x13 casserole dish and melt butter as oven preheats. Pour mixture into dish and bake at 450 degrees for 20 minutes. Pancakes will puff up.
  2. Serve with syrup, whipping cream, fruit, or jam.

Puff pancakes recipe

 

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  1. That’s such an intersting kind of concept and funny to think that while I’m German we don’t ever prepare them this way over here. I wonder where the name comes from … It looks delicious either way.

  2. Is it really 1/5 a cup of flour? I’ve never heard of such a thing! Then again I don’t cook/bake all that often. What a fun tradition. Thanks for sharing.

  3. I make something similar, (although I can only make 1 at a time in a 12″ skillet in the oven, and I can never make them fast enough) and we top it with lemon juice and powdered sugar. So delicious. I may have to try this and see if that works better for my family of 5. 🙂 Thank you for the recipe!

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