Thursday, February 13, 2014

Mini German Pancakes...


Since Valentine's Day is fast approaching...
I thought it would be nice to share this quick and simple recipe with you all.

I love trying new recipes and if you have noticed above,
  I love anything with cherries on it!

It's also red and red goes great with Valentine's Day!

You can of course use any other fruit on yours
 if you don't really like the cherries.


And now for the recipe....

Mini German Pancakes

1 c. milk
6 eggs
1 c. flour
1/2 tsp. salt
1 tsp. vanilla
1/4 c. butter, melted
1 can of fruit of your choice

Preheat oven to 400.  Blend the first five ingredients in your blender.
Be sure to smooth out any of the lumps.  Blend in the melted butter a little at a time.
Grease muffin tins well and fill less than half way full. 
 Don't over fill it, or they won't puff and then sink.
Bake for 15 minutes or until puffy and golden on the top.
Once you take out of oven, the crater will form on it's own.

Add your favorite topping to the pancake and
 dust with some powdered sugar.

Yields about 12-18 depending on the size.

This is a perfect breakfast to start your 
Valentine's Day with your Sweetheart!


Happy Valentine's Day!!


Many Blessings,




12 comments:

living from glory to glory said...

Good Morning...
These look very yummy and perfect for a special occasion. Christmas, Valentine's Day and Birthdays!
Looking forward to tasting these one day soon!
Happy Valentine's Day!!
Happy Birthday Amy xoxo
Love, Roxy

Pam said...

Amy guess what we made for breakfast this morning?
German Pancake. I wish I would have looked here first, because I would have loved to put the cherries on just like you did; such a perfect Valentines breakfast. I like how you made them in individual servings. Looking forward to tomorrow and those chocolate toffee scones. See you at 11:00

Blackberry Lane said...

Happy Birthday and Valentine's Day, Amy. My name is Mildred and I am visiting via Roxy's blog.
So very nice to meet you. You have a lovely blog. Thank you so much for such a delicious recipe. I look forward to trying this one. Enjoy every minute of this special day. Mildred

Ren said...

I love, love, love German pancakes! I love how easy it is to make, just blend the batter, dump into a pan and bake. Voila! Perfect every time, and soo yummy with butter, fresh lemon juice and powdered sugar..
(In route from Roxy's blog)

I'll be back!

Sola Scriptura said...

Wow, those look delicious! Thanks for the recipe :)

Ceil said...

Hi Amy! These look so good! And not too big either. I remember going to a Pancake House when we were young. Some people would order the "German Pancake" and it was as big as your head! Our eyes were like saucers looking at it.

Happy Birthday (officially!) :) i hope you have a day filled with love from your friends, family and The Lord.
Blessings!
Ceil

Marie said...

Oh wow Amy! This is a perfect Valentine's day breakfast idea! I am loving that it is a german pancake! It is pretty!!

Wishing you a wonderful Valentine's Day dear Amy!

LOVE
~ Marie

Stephanie said...

Yummy in my tummy! I think I will make these tomorrow for my husband and son. Sweet hubby had an early morning (left at 4:30 am) for work so we don't usually do breakfast that early :)

Thanks for sharing and Happy Birthday, dearest!

Debby Ray said...

Hi Amy! I am visiting at the invitation of your sweet mom-in-law! Roxy has been such a blessing to me from the moment I started my blog last summer. You are blessed...and by the sound of it, she is too...by you. Your blog is lovely!

Happy Valentine's Day to you!
Debby

Jo said...

These looks so good - do you think these could be frozen and eaten later. My husband doesn't like sweet foods but I do and i can't eat all 12-18 of them (well, I could but it wouldn't be a good idea!!).

Jo

lizzy said...

I love this idea Amy! I adore all your ideas and everything that you do. I am so looking forward to you sharing about making butter. I can't wait!

It was so wonderful getting to see you yesterday.... You are so lovely. I know the Lord knew exactly what He was doing having you be born on Valentine's Day. You represent love and loveliness.....

I love you!!!

Karen said...

I will need to try this. It is simple but very elegant! Looks yummy, too!

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