German Pancakes

February 25, 2009

My mom called them Hootenanny Pancakes when I was growing up (although I never remember eating them), and my cookbook called them Hoot-Ann Pancakes. I cooked them in my upper oven, which has a fairly low clearance. They rose so high that they hit the heating element in two places. So don’t do that. I love the wording of the directions, so I’m leaving it just how it is in my book (some ward cook book that I got as a wedding gift).

6 eggs
1 c milk
1 tsp salt
1 c flour
1 stick butter

Put eggs, milk and salt in blender and whip it good. Slowly add flour while beating. Melt butter in 9×13 pan. Pour mixture in pan. Bake at 400 for 20 minutes. Serve with jam or syrup.

*The recipe called for margarine. Never use stick margarine. Just don’t.

By Becky

Becky is a mom to 4 kiddos and wife to an awesome guy. She's a food fanatic and loves creating and improving recipes. Bread is her weakness and delicious food is her passion!