Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Swedish Pancakes with Raspberries

The raspberries are coming on strong now and a visit to the berry patch this morning inspired a breakfast of Swedish pancakes.

Swedish pancakes are traditionally very thin. No baking powder is used to give a rise in the batter. 

They're quick to make and impressive morning fare, given the minimal amount of effort required. Roll them like a crepe or simply serve flat, as shown here. 

SWEDISH PANCAKES (recipe for 2)

2 eggs whisked
1 1/2 cup milk
1 cup flour
1 Tbsp melted butter
1 Tbsp sugar
Pinch salt

(Adjust amount of flour depending on your preference of thickness. Add more as needed.)

Berries, Fruit or Jam
Confectioner's powdered icing sugar or
Real Maple Syrup

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