"PuFfY" Pancakes

(or German Pancakes - but Cameron objects to calling them that since he says, "they have NOTHING like that in Germany.")

These yummy treats have adorned our breakfast table for Conference Weekend and Easter Sunday. Since we don't get out of church until 4:00 I've been trying to give my family BIG Sunday breakfasts and a quick snack before church. This is our family's new favorite. Here's the recipe:
{Puffy} Pancakes
6 eggs
1 C flour
1 C milk
1/2 tsp salt
1 - 2 TBS melted butter
{optional ing. that I always add}
1 tsp vanilla
2 TBS sugar
1 tsp cinnamon or pumpkin pie spice
Mix everything except butter in blender until smooth. Pour melted butter into a 13 x 9 x 2 baking dish; add the batter. Bake uncovered at 400 degrees for 20 minutes.
Top with favorite pancake toppings. We like smashed strawberries and powdered sugar. It's great with regular maple syrup too. We think this tastes like French Toast, without the bread. YUM!


runningfan said...

a new favorite at our house, too!

Trinette McCrary said...

I love German pancakes. I grew up with them. I make them for my family too. My Grandparents (since passed away)came to America from Nazi Germany and my recipe was passed on from them. I thought it was German because of that. I guess I will have to ask my Dad because I'm totally confused now. Great picture.

Kasey said...

That looks so good!

Mom Smed said...

Not fair! I slept in while you guys had a great breakfast? Hmmm!

shay said...

Looks yummy! I still call them German pancakes! I'm so excited for you to be so close to family! You'll love it in Idaho! Congrats!

Colleen said...

So good looking! I'll print this one up and definitely use it!

Adri said...

a fav around here, too! we like them topped with lemon juice and powdered sugar. yummmy!

Robs said...

That looks SO good! I wish you were here to make it for me:)