German Pancake

Yield: 

4 to 6 servings

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We have always made this with

We have always made this with 6 eggs (instead of the 4 listed) mixed in a blender, then stir in a cup of chopped apples (or any fruit) into the batter. Folks top their individual servings with a tablespoon of jam or jelly of their choice and a sprinkle of powder sugar. It's a terrific recipe that taste good hot or cold!

5 of 5 rating. 100% of

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My family liked this pancake. My husband liked it the most and it was very easy to make. – Reviewed by Diane Cenci
 
Kids & grandkids came for the weekend so we tried it. So simple, tastes like French toast, sides were approximately 3-4" high. Would make again. – Anonymous Review
 
Served this with a fried apple sauce and German sausages for brunch. Very easy and very tasty. We live at an altitude of 8,000 feet in the Rocky Mountains and did not need to make altitude adjustments. – Reviewed by KEVIN SIGLINGER
 
A real taste treat for a Sunday morning breakfast, when I am the chef. I had not had anything as good since I was a child growing up in PA. Served with scrapple, it will satisfy the most discriminating palate. We shall be having this for breakfast tomorrow morning. – Reviewed by Robert W. Jaross
 
I have been making this recipe for 10 years and my family can't get enough of it. It is quick and easy enough for the kids and even my husband to make. – Reviewed by Heather Page
 
I made this recipe tonight.. both my husband and I loved it ! Will be making it often. I sprinkled it with powdered sugar. Baked great! Next time I am going to add sliced apples over the top before baking . Wonderful taste ! – Anonymous Review
 
This tasted better than the one I order at a restaurant that is famous for making them! – Anonymous Review