My grandma, Alice Moe (Mummu: which is finnish for grandma) would make swedish pancakes for my sister and I every time we stayed with her. We loved them and still do. Now I make them for my boys and they also love them. They are pretty easy to make and use only 3 ingredients. 3 eggs, 3 cups of milk and 1.5 cups flour. Mix everything together in a big bowl until smooth.

Heat up your frying pan to medium-high heat. Spread the butter all around the pan, I use the stick and just rub it all over so the pancake wont stick and the butter adds a little bit of salty flavor.

Pour a soup ladle full of pancake batter onto the pan and spin/twirl the pan so the batter spreads all around the pan, kinda like a crepe.

Wait about a minute or so until the batter is not liquid anymore and flip it over, it should be golden brown in the middle and cook for another couple minutes.

Then roll up the pancake put on a plate and start another one.

The recipe makes about 10 big pancakes, we usually have leftovers. I store the leftovers in a gallon size plastic bag and just reheat them in the microwave.

We top the pancakes with cinnamon sugar and syrup. I hope you enjoy them! For more easy kid-friendly recipes subscribe below.

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One Reply to “Pancakes”

  1. Yummy! The Swedish pancakes bring back great childhood memories when my mummy used to make them for me. I just made them for Delilah a week ago.

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