Saturday, April 24, 2010

Finish Oven Puff Pancakes

YUM! I made this for breakfast this morning. I am so excited to share it because it is one of those recipes that you can really have fun experimenting with! My fiance compared it to a crepe, which is a perfect comparison because it can be sweet or savory or both depending on what you want to do with it! We love garlic, so I can hardly wait to add a savory cheese with garlic mmm hmm! If I wasn't so full I would go try it out right now! 

1/2 c Butter
5 eggs
2 c milk
1 c flour (all purpose or wheat)
1c small curd cottage cheese if you want to make it sweet or cheddar cheese (really any kind of cheese) to make it savory
1 tsp Baking Powder - I ran out of Baking Powder so instead I mixed 1 part Baking Soda with 2 parts Cream of Tartar and then measured out 1 tsp!  
Fresh berries, jam, or honey on top and/or devonshire cream
10"Cast Iron Skillet or 9x13" Glass Baking Dish
Medium Mixing Bowl

PREHEAT oven 425 Degrees
Cut butter into small slices and place in your skillet or dish .
Heat in oven until butter is melted.
Mix eggs in a bowl with a mixer on high speed about 1 minute.
Continue to mix while adding milk slowly, then flour, then cheese, then baking powder.
Pour blended mixture into the hot skillet or dish. Bake for 20-35 mins, until pancake is puffed and beginning to brown. 
Remove from oven & let sit 5-8 minutes before cutting. (Center will fall) 

Bon appetit! 

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