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My husband and I love to make delicious breakfasts that are original. Usually, that means making something practical, too, as our guests are usually a small family, not just one person. For that reason, I have given up on making regular ol’ pancakes as they will take forever to feed our family and the guests, so instead I make one (or two) of these German pancakes which serve a crowd. They are delicious, full of flavor, and something that all of our guests have always loved!
Check out what our friends over at The Girl Inspired had to say about this:
“The pancake cooks up so gorgeous – with big, puffy golden brown edges and buttery crispiness across the top.”
Oh yeah, you will know exactly when it is ready when you see all that golden brown puffiness around the edges. My mouth is watering just thinking about it!
2 cups McArthur milk
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 1/3 cups Gold Medal all-purpose flour
4 Tablespoons Domino granulated sugar
1/2 cup Land O’ lakes butter (melt in pan per instructions; do not blend with other ingredients)
1 lemon and powdered sugar (for garnish)
Place 1/2 cup butter in a 9×13 heavy glass baking dish.
Set baking dish (with butter) in the oven and preheat to 400 degrees.
In a blender, combine milk, eggs, vanilla, flour, and granulated sugar.
When the butter is completely melted (before it browns or burns, though!), pour the batter over a metal spoon into the baking dish.
Cook 20-30 minutes or until the pancake is set in the middle and the edges are very puffy and golden brown.
Remove from oven. Squeeze the juice of one lemon over the top and dust generously with powdered sugar.
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Quick Tip: Serve with berries over the top!
Thanks again to Girl Inspired for this amazing recipe.