I love German Pancakes. I grew up with Mom making German Pancakes for dinner. We got to pick our own toppings; sweet like powdered sugar or maple syrup and savory like cheddar and ham. I also love German Pancakes because they are a quick and easy meal, and good for when I have eggs and not much else. Coming from a family that raised chickens, we had a lot of eggs (and sometimes not much else). My parents still have chickens, though not as many as we had back then. This was one of my favorite egg based dinners. My husband alas does not share my enthusiasm for German Pancakes. He comes from German stock but still thinks they are bland and boring so I try to change things up a bit for him.
German Pancake6 Eggs
1 cup Milk
1 cup Flour
1 tsp Salt
Mix everything in a blender then pour into a buttered pan. Bake at 350 degrees for 20 - 30 minutes. Makes 2 dozen muffin tin mini German pancakes or one 9" x 12" pan.
Muffin tins makes almost everything Bite Sized. Bite sized is cute. I am all about cute. I identify and empathize with cute. Cute is good. Just saying. Bite Sized is also perfect Game Food. J has been playing the new Tomb Raider. Really good game. I encourage him to play by making bite sized dinners for him.
I left a dozen without cheese so we could try them with and without. I was surprised, we actually ate two dozen in one sitting. They were that good. Good is good. I hope you agree.