Monday, January 23, 2012

Rocky Mountain Pancakes For Breakfast!

This is one of our favorite breakfast meals. It is incredibly easy, packed with protein and it tastes delicious. As much as we love it though, I find it is a rare meal in our home. It tends to fall off the rotation and when it's made it is a real treat. One of the things I enjoy about this meal is it is nearly fool proof. If you have children who are wanting to start participating in the kitchen, this recipe is for them! Not only will they enjoy feeling productive in the kitchen by making a good meal for the family, but they will be thrilled to see the "mountains" in their creation.

Rocky Mountain Pancakes

6 eggs
1 c flour
1 tsp salt
1 c milk
1 tsp vanilla, cinnamon, nutmeg... optional
9 x 13 inch pan
2 tbs butter

Place butter in your baking pan and put it in the oven at 375. The butter will melt while preheating. This is really the best way to ensure it doesn't stick, I have found it better than just rubbing it onto the pan.
In a mixing bowl combine flour, salt and spices if your using them. Add in milk and mix together. When combined add eggs and mix again. There will be small lumps, this is fine.

Take pan out of the oven and move around to spread the butter. Poor batter directly into pan and place into the oven. Bake for about 20 minutes or until batter is firm. It should have lots of mountains in it. These will mostly deflate a few minutes after removing from the oven.

Serve up with syrup or powdered sugar!

Written By Happily Domestic Contributor: Brittney Thompson

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SolDucky said...

I thought this was going to involve Rocky Mountain oysters. I was very pleased to see something much more yummy!

Martain said...

My wife makes something I believe is the same, called Pannekoeken. They're also called Dutch Babies and Swedish Pancakes. We love them with powdered sugar.

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