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Pancake Recipes

Pancakes can be enjoyed with fruit, vegetables, apple puree, compote, jam or hearty fillings. You can bake the dough thick or thin depending on your preference. It is always important that the dough can swell long enough before you stir in the eggs. This is the only way to make the pancakes successful and not too thin. Pancakes are thicker than crepes and have a larger diameter than pancakes.

Almond smacking with cranberries
Almond smacking with cranberries Almond smack with cranberries is sprinkled with roasted almonds. Mix the flour with a pinch of salt and 50 g sugar. ...
Apple Pancake
Apple Pancake s not only taste very good to children. Tart sour apples such as Boskop or Braeburn are best used because they taste particularly aromatic. ...
Apple pancake from the oven
Apple pancake from the oven rises strongly. You need a coated pan with a diameter of at least 28 cm and a slightly higher rim. ...
Apple pancake with cinnamon
Apple pancake with cinnamon Apple pancakes with cinnamon receive a special aroma through roasted almond leaves. For the pancake dough mix flour with 2 teaspoons brown sugar and a pinch of salt. ...
Apple pancake with cranberries
Apple pancake with cranberries For apple pancakes mix with cranberry flour with milk. Season with a pinch of salt. ...
Apple pancake with plum puree
Apple pancake with plum puree For apple pancakes with plum puree, first stir flour, type 550 with milk until smooth. Separate the eggs in two bowls. ...
Apple pancake with vanilla sauce
Apple pancake with vanilla sauce is a sweet main course. Season the flour with a pinch of salt. ...
Apple Pancakes
Apple Pancakes For the Apple Pancakes, first melt 20 g butter at low temperature and allow to cool. Mix the flour with two slightly heaped teaspoons of baking powder, baking soda and a pinch of salt. ...
Bacon Pancakes
Bacon Pancakes For bacon pancake flour season with a pinch of salt. Stir in the milk. ...

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