Saturday, November 02, 2013

Grandma's Swedish Pancakes for Breakfast

Weekends were usually the days we would make special breakfasts for our family. Ruth and I still do this. One favorite has been Grandma's Swedish Pancakes!

Once, Ruth's mom was making them and I asked for the recipe. She replied that it was easy: 1 egg, 1 cup of milk, and 1 cup of flour. Mix it up, put some in a pan and then roll the pan around to make it real thin. Non-stick pans work best.

Once they're done on one side (the top gets dry), flip it over to cook the other side. Because they're so thin, this goes quick.

When it's done, put it flat on a plate and put a little bit of jelly on it. Roll it up and you're done! Well, except you now need to eat them!

Depending on the size of your pan, this might make about a half-dozen pancakes. It's easy to double or triple the recipe because it's easy to remember: 1-1-1!

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