Saturday, June 29, 2013

Grandma B's Egg pancakes

I so miss my Grandma B... she passed away in October 2012.. she was a wonderful woman loved by all.  and a really good cook :)  she used to spoil all of us rotten and make us bread, homemade jam, cinnamon rolls, coffee cake, homemade noodles... and these delicious egg pancakes, which are kinda like crepes.  When we were little and would go up north (in northern Michigan) to our cabin in Gladwin, she would make all of us (which was a houseful :)  these every morning... we would fill them with butter & syrup, or with her homemade strawberry jam roll them up and devour them, until we possibly couldn't eat one more ever!!! good times and wonderful memories... here's thinking of ya and miss ya....

We would just stand around waiting for these pancakes hot outta the skillet.  These are super quick to make, and have everything ready for serving cause they only take 1 to 2 minutes per pancake...and just a reminder to keep the kiddos away from the stove cause you are moving quick and the burner for these is really hot... want good memories not bad burned ones... :)

Grandma B's Egg pancakes

6 eggs
1 cup flour
pinch of salt
1/2 cup plus 1 T milk
vegetable oil (for cooking)

For serving:
syrup (or homemade jam)

In a big bowl, add eggs and salt.  Mix with electric mixer until the eggs are combined.  Add flour & mix until combined.  Add milk and mix until combined.  In 10 inch skillet heat pan until super hot.  Add a small amount of vegetable oil and swirl around pan (pan should be smoking hot).  Add 1 small ladleful of batter and swirl around pan like you would a crepe, covering the bottom of the pan, should take about 30 seconds to a minute and be slightly brown around the egdes, flip and cook for about 30 more seconds until other side is light golden brown.  Remove from pan.  Continue and repeat above steps until batter is gone.  When serving, spread pancake with butter and drizzle with syrup or jam, roll pancake into log, cut and eat.. Enjoy


  1. These sound wonderful!! Nothing tastes better than food with great memories attached. I <3 this sweet post!!