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Delicious! Tip for beginners: don't leave the margarine/butter in the oven the whole time that the oven is preheating or it will burn; just leave it in until the butter is melted and also beware that the butter might splatter a bit as you pull it out. I used 2 round metal pans (I think 8") and had to take mine out after 16 minutes because the tops (which had puffed upward out of the confines of the pan, which is normal and always happens regardless of the pan I use) were getting really brown. The pancakes were cooked through. I think maybe it took less time because I used metal pans & maybe because I split the recipe into two pans instead of just one big one (my oven runs a normal temp and does not run hot, which would have been the only other explanation that I could think of). I love these with lemon squeezed all over it and then a good dusting of powdered sugar.
This was a nice German Pancake. Very easy to make and it was great with a squeeze of lime and some powdered sugar. Thanks, Wynd, for posting!
This is pretty good. It tastes kind of like a big french toast.
Lost my recipe that I have had for over 20 years, found this one today, very close to mine. Thanks for posting.
I LOVE LOVE LOVE this recipe! I keep coming back to this one, because it is so easy and so yummy. A keeper, for sure.
These were awesome! My 2 year old daughter loves to cook and she was the perfect little helper for these! They were also delicious, they were just like the ones my mom used to make when i was little! THANKS!
Just like the ones mom made when we were kids! I baked mine for 20 mins then turned off the oven and left it in for five more minutes. It came out perfectly. Next time I'll use multiple small (4-6") cake pans for individual pancakes.
This was wonderful! Thank you!
we also loved this! foolproof. turned out great. I put honey on mine.