Norsek Pannekaker (Norwegian Pancakes)

12 Oct

I found this recipe in my recipe stack a couple weeks ago and it brought back many memories 🙂 I used to make these when I was little and the recipe is actually in my (probably 4th grade) handwriting. Fun times and it makes for a yummy breakfast!

Ingredients:
3 T Melted Butter
3 cups flour
1/2 tsp. salt
3 T sugar
3 eggs
3 cups milk
3 drops vanilla (I just put in a little bit)

Directions:
To start off with, this makes A LOT of pancakes, so I usually cut it in thirds if I’m just making them for Jeremy and myself. Mix together the dry ingredients and then add the milk, eggs and vanilla. Whisk until all incorporated. Heat a frying pan and pour about 1/4-1/2 cup mixture in the pan (I make them one at a time, kind of like crepes). Flip and cook on the other side when ready. Serve with jam, butter, powdered sugar, etc… and roll them up to eat. These are kind of mix between a crepe (they’re thicker than a normal crepe) and a pancake (not as thick). They are really yummy and a fun breakfast that’s not so “traditional” for Saturday mornings 🙂

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