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IHOP Swedish Pancakes
IHOP Swedish pancakes are similar to buttermilk pancake recipes in texture, but feature some added spices. Traditionally, Swedish pancakes are topped with jams, jellies, or a lingonberry sauce. This classic breakfast recipe found at the International House of Pancake restaurant chain helps you bring home the flavor of the restaurant, without the cost. The recipe is simple to prepare, but you should allot sufficient cooking time as they can take a bit of time if you make them one-by-one. You can make the pancakes faster by using more than one pan at a time.
Start to finish: 20 minutes
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|Customer service phone||1-866-444-5144|
|Served as||Breakfast Entree, dessert|
|Main ingredients||Flour, butter|
|Cooking method||Pan fried|
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IHOP Swedish Pancakes Ingredients
- 3 medium-sized eggs
- 1/4 cup sugar
- 1/8 teaspoon salt
- 1/4 teaspoon cardamom
- 2 cups all-purpose flour
- 1 cup buttermilk
- 1/4 cup melted butter
- 1/2 cup cream
- Confectioners sugar
- Nonstick cooking spray
IHOP Swedish Pancakes Recipe
- In an small bowl, crack the eggs and beat gently.
- In a medium-sized bowl, sift sugar, salt, cardamon and flour together.
- Add milk, butter and cream to the dry ingredients, then fold together.
- Mix the eggs into the mix, then stir until a light batter forms.
- Spray a pan with cooking spray. Consider using a pan with a nonstick coating for easier cooking and cleanup.
- Put the frying pan over medium heat.
- Pour 1/8 cup of batter into warm frying pan.
- Allow pancake to cook for 2 minutes on one side, then flip and cook for 1 minute on the second side.
- Repeat the cooking process with the remaining batter.
- Top the Swedish pancakes with lingonberry sauce and a sprinkling of confectioners sugar, then roll up lengthwise and serve.
IHOP Swedish Pancakes Recipe Video
- Swedish pancakes are a bit on the sweeter side and make for a great dessert option, especially when preparing breakfast for dinner. You can easily make up a dry mix for the Swedish pancakes ahead of time, then add the liquid ingredients right before you are ready to pan fry them. Consider doubling the recipe, as cooked pancakes store well in the refrigerator for up to two weeks and are easy to reheat in the microwave. If you are on a restrictive diet, you can modify this recipe to use gluten-free flour or alternative sugar substitutes.
- The lingonberry is a tart, red berry that is related to the cranberry. Lingonberries can be found growing wild in the mountainous areas of Canada, the United States, Russia, and Scandinavia.
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