I’ve been under the weather this week, which is a huge bummer for everyone when you’re the stay at home mom. Kyle had to take work off so I could be in bed all day and even though I’m up and about today I’m operating at about 40% of my normal mom self. Poor kiddos!
Eva has been a big help and she actually made me breakfast this morning! Well, I had to talk her through it but she did a lot of the work. I was in the mood for some major comfort food, which always brings me around to my friend Margi’s Swedish Pancakes. They’re warm, delicious, and full of great memories. Exactly what I needed to perk up!
Margi’s Swedish Pancakes
/// 3 eggs
/// A little more than a cup of milk
/// A little less than a cup of flour
/// 1 tablespoon of sugar
/// 1/2 teaspoon of salt
Mix all the ingredients together to make the batter. Eva measured out the ingredients with a bit of help from me, being sure to crack the eggs into a separate bowl first so I could check for shells.
This part of the recipe is parents-only! Heat a little butter up in a skillet and add a dollop of the batter (I like to add a lot to make big, thick pancakes). You’ll know when to flip it over because the top will start to look “dry” instead of wet and bubbly. Cook until done-ish looking (no runny parts). Top with your favorite stuff (butter and powdered sugar for me) and enjoy!
Happy eating and extra big thanks to my little chef! I don’t know what I’d do without her. 🙂