Perfect Holiday Recipe: Green Lake Guest House’s Swedish Pancakes
I’m just going to come right out and say it. One of my favorite things about the holidays is the food – and cooking it with or for family and friends.
Frequently we see the good food that the Green Lake Guest House is cooking up for their guests via their Facebook feed and decided to ask them for a recipe to share with you. They sent us the Swedish Pancakes, a family recipe of co-owner Blayne, that was featured this summer in the new Taste of Washington cookbook. (A family recipe with some cred, we like that!) So here it is. We hope you make this, perhaps now for the holidays on a wintery Green Lake morning, or anytime of year.
Green Lake Guest House’s Swedish Pancakes
½ cup sugar
1 cup flour
1 cup milk
1 tsp baking powder
1 tsp salt
1 ½ tsp vanilla or almond extract
½ stick of melted butter
Blend first four items in blender on slow speed. Add other items while blender is running. Note: Add melted butter last.
Cook on electric frying pan at 325 degrees F on each side until set and very lightly browned (use non-stick spray like Pam). Remove from pan, spread with butter and sifted powdered sugar and roll up. Garnish with powdered sugar, sliced berries, and a little whipped cream if you like. Serves 7-8.