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Swedish Pancakes Recipe

Who doesn’t love eating breakfast for dinner? These Swedish Pancakes are seriously perfect for any meal!

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Super simple to make and an amazing flavor to go along with it, your family may actually start asking for these sweet treats as dinner on a more consistent basis!

And honestly, I can’t blame theme…eating these Swedish pancakes for breakfast, lunch and dinner is absolutely fine with me!

For another fun pancake idea, try our German Pancake recipe as well!

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SWEDISH PANCAKES

I LOVE eating breakfast foods for dinner…actually, I love eating breakfast foods every meal of the day!

I love eggs, cereal, waffles, french toast, donuts, and pastries. Although I love many breakfast food selections, my all-time favorite: Swedish Pancakes.

My dad used to makes these Swedish Pancakes for me every Saturday morning. I now carry on the tradition and make these frequently for my family.

I often describe Swedish pancakes as thicker and sweeter crepes. Whenever I cook these Swedish Pancakes for others, they ALWAYS ask for the recipe. Enjoy!

swedish pancakes

HOW TO MAKE SWEDISH PANCAKES:

Gather all your ingredients!

  • 1 1/2 c all-purpose flour
  • 1 Tbsp sugar
  • 1/2 tsp baking powder
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 2 c milk
  • 2 eggs
  • 2 Tbsp melted butter
  • 1/2 tsp vanilla

Once you have your ingredients ready, it’s time to start making these easy swedish pancakes!

Mix flour, baking powder, and salt and then stir in remaining ingredients.

Beat until smooth (hand beater works best) but if you want to muscle it, go for it!

Lightly butter or spray a 6-8 inch skillet and pour 1/4 c of batter onto butter skillet on medium heat and immediately rotate skillet until a thin film of batter covers the bottom.

When most of the bubbles have popped, turn with spatula and cook until light brown.

Fill with maple syrup and peaches (delicious!) and roll up and sprinkle lightly with powdered sugar.

FAQS ABOUT SWEDISH PANCAKES:

Q: What is a Swedish Pancake?
A: If you’ve ever had a crepe, it’s very similar to a Swedish pancake. You can fill it with meat, fruit or jams and it tastes good with just about any type of flavors and pairings.

Q: Are Swedish Pancakes the same as crepes?
A: If your Swedish Pancake is rolled up with meats, cheese, or fruits inside, then it could technically be called a crepe.

Q: Are all Swedish Pancake recipes the same?
A: For a true Swedish Pancake, the recipe is the same but what will differentiate the recipe is the addition of meat, cheese or fruit.

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EASY SWEDISH PANCAKES

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Swedish Pancakes Recipe
 
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I often experiment by switching up the filling for the Swedish Pancakes: Strawberries, Nutella, Cinnamon Sugar, etc.
Author:
Recipe type: Breakfast
Serves: 5
Ingredients:
  • 1½ c all-purpose flour
  • 1 Tbsp sugar
  • ½ tsp baking powder
  • ½ tsp salt
  • 2 c milk
  • 2 eggs
  • 2 Tbsp melted butter
  • ½ tsp vanilla
Directions:
  1. Mix flour, baking powder, and salt
  2. Stir in remaining ingredients
  3. Beat until smooth (hand beater works best)
  4. Lightly butter or spray a 6-8 inch skillet
  5. Pour ¼ c of batter onto butter skillet on medium heat and immediately rotate skillet until a thin film of batter covers the bottom
  6. When most of the bubbles have popped, turn with spatula and cook until light brown
  7. Fill with maple syrup and peaches
  8. Roll up and sprinkle lightly with powdered sugar

 

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John Darrow

Monday 12th of August 2013

Swedish pancakes are a favorite here. We use Lund's mix. Mr. Lund was local here in Denver.

debbiewelchert

Monday 1st of July 2013

These look so good. I bet my grand kids would love these. They might get a surprise some weekend morning.

Rosita

Monday 1st of July 2013

Thanks for reminding me of Swedish pancakes. We used to make these a lot. Have to get back into it.

Alice C.

Saturday 29th of June 2013

Looks yum!

Elise

Saturday 29th of June 2013

I also love breakfast for dinner and these look delicious. I would put nutella on them. They look so yummy!

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