BakingAndBakingWithBailey: German Pancakes
Hello everyone, and Happy Holidaze! I'm thankful for so many things this year. Baking and Baking with Bailey is definitely something I'm really thankful for though. I have this new, awesome way to teach people about cannabis and it's amazing benefits. So thank you for all of you who join me each week to cook and learn. I love you all. And thank you to Lindsay for proving me a platform to put these recipes on. I love you girl!
But without further gushing and sappiness, here we go with this week’s recipe!
We made German Pancakes on Toke TV! This recipe is an EASY and simple dish that will blow away crowds. It is a light, fluffy dish that can take numerous toppings. Traditionally, it is served with powdered sugar and syrup or powdered sugar and lemon juice. We served ours with just powdered sugar to try it, which is just as delicious I’m sure. I will be trying the lemon juice next.
Fair heads up! You will need a blender or an immersion blender for this recipe! If you watch the Toke TV sesh, you will see that I didn’t read far enough ahead into the recipe and scrambled last minute to figure this out. Oh the holidays!
1 Blender or Immersion Blender
1 9x13 glass pan (this is the best option)
4 Tbsp butter
1 cup milk
1 cup flour
1 dash of salt
1 tsp vanilla extract
Preheat your oven to 425 degrees. Place butter into the pan to melt.
Place eggs, milk, flour, salt, and vanilla into blender and blend until smooth. If using an immersion blender, put the ingredients into a bowl and blend until smooth.
Carefully remove hot pan from oven, and pour blended mixture over melted butter. Place back into oven and bake for 20-22 minutes, or until golden brown.
Remove from oven and serve with syrup and powdered sugar or lemon juice and powdered sugar.
To medicate this recipe, you could medicate your butter with the Magical Butter machine! Simply follow the steps on the inside of the book the Magical Butter machine comes with to infuse your butter correctly. If you don’t have a Magical Butter machine, you could use things such as Binske medicated honey as a garnish.