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One person says it tastes like a funnel cake; another says frittata. When I see remarks like that, I simply have to try the recipe. As a breakfast pancake, I wouldn't give this but a 3* rating. But as a quick delightful economic after dinner dessert? I'd give it 5* (assuming you throw on powdered sugar, fruit (fried apples would be insane - we tried berries), and/or whipped cream. Will definitely make again - but never in lieu of pancakes. Final note: add splash of vanilla, cut eggs to 1 1/2, sugar to 1/2 t, baked @ 425 for 18" using insanely hot preheated cast iron skillet. Oh. And what does it taste like? You'll have to try it yourself to find out...
Great basic recipe. I used white whole wheat flour and it came out great, though it only needed to cook for about 15 minutes. Next time, I will cut the butter to 1 1/2 - 2 tablespoons and try honey instead of sugar. I might also try adding cinnamon and vanilla. Update: 2 tablespoons butter, honey instead of sugar, and the addition of cinnamon and vanilla worked great!
My whole family loved this quick breakfast. My husband kept saying, 'Funnel Cake Pancakes! These taste like Funnel Cakes! Wow...Yum!' The recipe called for 1tsp sugar which I'm not sure if that would be correct so I upped it to 1 tbsp. we loved it and will make again.
This is a Dutch Pancake or a sweetened version of Yorkshire Pudding. My only addition is 1 tsp of baking powder because it turns out just a bit thicker. When we have it with a meat dish I leave out the sugar and top it with gravy from whatever type of meat I made. When we have it for breakfast since it has two eggs in it I make two of them and we both have one along with 4 sausage links or 4 strips of crisp cooked thick sliced bacon from the butcher counter. I'll top it with maple syrup hot cherry pie filling or our favorite hot apple pie filling. It's a very filling and comforting breakfast that we usually have on a weekend morning so we can enjoy that wonderful satiated feeling and just lounge around for a couple of hours. As stated it looks fancy but super easy to make.
My family has been using a more basic recipe for baked pancakes for as long as I can remember. I have tried many different types of pans, but the best, by far, has always been the ol' trusty 9 in cast iron. My mother used this for dual purpose growing up. 1: We all enjoyed the out of it. 2: she said we had to be quiet or the pancake would fall. However, if I may give you 1 tip, beat the eggs lightly in a seperate bowl, then mix in with the rest of the batter. It will keep you from over beating the eggs. If you do over beat them the pancake loses a lot of "fluff" and doesn't rise very well.
I have been making this for years! We call it "eggs delight". Instead of white sugar I use brown sugar and 1/2 teaspoon of vanilla then serve with maple syrup. (No lemon juice). Quick and easy and always a hit!
My kids grew up on this and are now making it for their little ones. The only difference is that after taking it out of the oven and the lemon juice is sprinkled on I spread orange marmalade on it and then sprinkle with the confectioner's sugar. You can use your favorite jam--strawberry raspberry blueberry...yum-m-m-m-m-m!
Rating: 4 stars
I really like this pancake. It's also great to play with. You can melt the butter on the stove top toss in some sliced apples with a little sugar/cinnamon. then when they get a little bit soft pour the pancake batter on it and cook as directed in the oven. Mmmmmm Works with bananas too.
We've made this pancake for years. Our recipe calls it a German Pancake, the ingredients are doubled and cooked in a 9x13 pan which cooks at the same temp.x 18-20 min. We serve it with fresh strawberries and powdered sugar. It's an easy and fast breakfast with little fuss. My kids love it.
This came out more like a crepe. It's not what I consider a traditional pancake. It was very tasty. I think this would be perfect for guests or along side other breakfast dishes in a buffet. Although I buttered well it still stuck to my stainless steel cake pan. For those who have Krups convection toaster oven I lowered the temp by 25 degrees to 400 and time down to 18 minutes otherwise it might have burned. The inside was very soft and looked uncooked but it was done knife came out clean.