Puff Up Pancakes

You know that look people get on their faces when they bite into something they have never tasted before and it turns out to be a little taste of heaven in their mouths? That’s the face our boys made this morning when they ate this. Wowzer…so good!

1/4 cup butter
5 eggs
1 1/4 cup flour
1 1/4 cup milk
1 tspn. vanilla

Melt butter in a 9×13-inch pan in oven while oven is preheating to 425 degrees.

Mix eggs, flour, milk and vanilla with wire wisk.

When butter is melted and oven is ready, add batter to 9 x 13 pan and bake for 20-25 minutes.

Serve with butter and maple syrup or maybe fresh fruit and powdered sugar.

What did the family think? Too good for words.

This is a fun recipe to make because it puffs UP. Our boys thought it was pretty cool how puffed up it got. That said, make sure you put it on a middle or lower rack in your oven.

from The Farmer’s Wife


Filed under Breakfast, Definitely Making it Again, Six Ingredients or Less, Super Easy to Make, Vegetarian

6 Responses to Puff Up Pancakes

  1. Mmmmmm. How could it not be delicious with those ingredients? I’ll try this and serve it with strawberries to offset the butter. ; D

  2. HeatherKC

    I am going to try these tonight!

  3. Followed the link from Facebook, because I had to see what these Puff Up Pancakes were all about! Gotta try this! My family already loves pancakes, so they’ll be sure to love this recipe. 🙂


  4. HeatherKC

    These were a HUGE hit and SUPER easy!!! Thanks for a great Sunday night easy recipe.

  5. Rose Kopecky

    We tried them this weekend. HUGE hit!! And less time than traditional pancakes. With all the eggs, they have to be healthy, right?? 🙂 Thanks Nina!

  6. Jodi E.

    Nina, We had company over the weekend. So, I made puffed up pancakes on Easter morning! They were a huge hit:) Thank you for posting some great recipes that are easy and family friendly!

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