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Hello, these "german pancakes" are called EIERKUCHEN in Germany...this means egg-cake and they are very tasty together with cinnamon and apple puree! Enjoy! :-)


They look lovely.

By the way: I just can't seem to see the pictures belonging to your blog entries in my Google Reader anymore - which I could up to some weeks ago...


These are Dutch pancakes, for real! Kids in Holland love them, and will have them every week. We eat the pancakes with jelly, syrop, nutella or bacon and syrop, cheese etc. You can put anything you like on the pancake! So good!


My mother in law made these in cucpake pans so they're little and individual -- perfect for brunch or a tea party!


I'm obsessed with these! I usually top them with strawberries and powdered sugar or whipped cream and chocolate syrup... It's fun to be bad.


vrey cool!



That sounds sooooooooooo incredibly yummy!! Eek! Will definitely try.

Anne Marie

We call these Pop-eye pancakes at my house! They are the best!! SO versatile on top of being super easy!


ooo yum! I love breakfasts foods - but mostly for dinner or lunch haha!



Rebekuh Powers

Bah! We must be channeling one another because I found a vintage recipe book with puffy dutch pancakes and just made them too. I thought they were delicious with honey lemon syrup.

irene wibowo

yummy.. wanna try.. :) irene wibowo

jenny holiday

Ohh these look so good! I soo wil be trying them!! Perfect for a chilly Sunday morning! :) Printing the recipe now! :)

Thanks bunches for the research! :)

Happy Fall!!


Bohemian Kate

Your blog makes me sooo hungry. I'm a big pancake fan so I'm definitely going to have to try these.

Sophie Isobel

Yum, what a wonderful idea. Think this is a must try this weekend.
Sophie x


Hey Emma, These are Dutch for sure! Don't forget to add a bit of cinnamon in the batter...You can also make these with apple and cinnamon...and in small they are called 'poffertjes' you need a special 'poffertjes' pan to make them...I'll be happy to send you one if you want to give that a try! and than eat them with butter and powdersugar...yumyum...

Célèste of Fashion is Evolution

I used to make those a kid all the time (there was a recipe in some kid's cookbook I had), and I recently revisited them with my boyfriend. He loved them too.

hannah alehandra

Oh goodness Emma send some of those pancakes my way, they look delicious! I love your photography, have just started following your blog on bloglovin' :) Thanks for all the inspiration- both food and fashionwise. Kiss from England.xo http://hannahalehandra.blogspot.com/


oh you MUST try them smothered in powdered super and fresh lemon juice... to die for!!!


HA! "Sugar"... not "super"... though they are pretty super after you've had them with it. I think that was subconscious slip ; )


Love your blog! This looks so yummy! Thanks for sharing :)

sherri from SHERRI AMOUR‏


some darn good looking pancakes..and baked??! awesome!



Hi Emma!
These look fabulous!
I have added them to our dinner list for this week!
**can't wait**


These look delicious! I have to try making them sometime!


they are pennsylvania dutch... or amish. the amish actually descended from germany and the language is deutch or "dutch" : ] thanks for the recipe.

Beka {Ginger*Urchin}

In England these are the only 'pancake' variety, after the French 'crepe' ;) Guess you could call them a Euro-pancake. As opposed to an 'American' pancake which is of the thicker variety... Tasty, tasty!!

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