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German Pancakes

Discussion in 'Egg, Chicken, & Other Favorite Recipes' started by Nifty-Chicken, Jan 16, 2007.

  1. Nifty-Chicken

    Nifty-Chicken Administrator Staff Member 11 Years

    I was looking for a way to get rid of some of my eggs and used the following recipe for German Pancakes:


    I cooked mine in the toaster over turned up really high so they cooked faster. I also cooked some in the frying pan as a test and they came out okay (not as fluffy as baked).

    These are a bit on the "eggy" side, so don't expect regular pancakes. These are basically a cross between normal pancakes and an omelet.

    My favorite topping: Lemon juice and a bunch of powdered sugar... YUMMM! [​IMG] [​IMG]
  2. beckt

    beckt Songster

    Jan 11, 2007
    Rob,that recipe sounds good. I was wondering if some kind of breakfast meat could be added. When the girls get to laying regular I am going to give it the old test.
  3. Sandyki

    Sandyki Chirping

    Jan 11, 2007

    Next time you make this...... try adding 1/4 cup of sugar, 2 teaspoons cinnamin and 1 teaspoon of vanilla.

    Then.... melt the butter in the pan, and add 2 cups of sliced apples. Return the melted butter and apple slices to the oven for a few minutes, until you hear the apples sizzling.

    Then pour your dough over the apples... top with a couple tablespoons of brown sugar..... then bake!

    9x13 pan..... 450 degree oven.

    Forget the lemon juice..... Just a 'titch' of maple syrup!

  4. NiftyChick

    NiftyChick Songster

    Jan 26, 2007
    Sandyki, that sounds DELICIOUS! [​IMG] We'll try it one of these days & let you know how it goes. Thank you!!!
  5. Barnyard Dawg

    Barnyard Dawg Songster

    Feb 7, 2007
    Northern California
    My wife will make a yellow cake she will use anywhere from 6-8 eggs I believe it calls for maybe 1-2 eggs.

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