In response to several requests, I thought I'd pop in and leave you the recipe for those Swedish pancakes I mentioned....
But first, I have to share this recipe box, listed now on eBay.
A bit of painting, a bit of decoupage, and a bit of antique hardware....
SUCH fun, this one!
Now here's that recipe as promised. It's traditionally served with lingonberry butter, but lingonberries being just a wee bit thin here in Pennsylvania, we substitute strawberries or mixed berries and roll these up like thick crepes. If you try these, do let me know you liked them!
2 large eggs
2 c. milk
1 c. flour
1 Tbsp. sugar
pinch of baking powder
Pam, or other non-stick spray
strawberry or boysenberry flavored syrup
Whisk the eggs and milk together vigorously until well combined. Add the flour, sugar and baking powder and whisk some more. Lightly coat a non-stick skillet (I use a crepe pan) with Pam and preheat for two to three minutes over medium heat. Pour enough batter into the pan for one pancake. These will be a little thicker than a crepe, but much thinner than a regular pancake. Cook the pancake intil golden brown on the underside and almost set on top. Flip over using a large spatula and cook the opposite side for a few seconds. Turn onto a plate, roll up with berries in the center, drizzle with berry flavored syrup and enjoy. :)