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Tuesday, February 25, 2014

I am such a COPY CAT....

When my good blogging friend, VEE, posted about making a 
PANNUKAKKU,
I just HAD to make one, too.

Her's looked sooo good.

A PANNUKAKKU is a FINNISH oven baked pancake,


...much like the GERMAN pancake, above....
I made this one last year and it was DELISH !!
Just google GERMAN PANCAKE and you will find lots of wonderful recipes for this treat.

I used TART cherries and powdered sugar on these and....

O HONEY !!



Then, I made a
SWEDISH OVEN BAKED
PANCAKE...

a little more dense than the
GERMAN PANCAKE but
very tasty.

For this one, it was
strawberries and whipped cream....
pure HEAVEN !


 So after reading about the PANNUKAKKU oven baked pancake at Vee's,
I put my BAKERY sign out, put on my CHEF hat, rolled up my sleeves and
proceeded to make one, too.

 Pannukakku 
4 T. butter or margarine
4 eggs
1 cup flour
1 cup milk
¼ tsp. salt
1 tsp. vanilla
Cinnamon
Melt butter in 9x13 pan in oven.  Beat eggs, flour, milk, salt and vanilla and pour in pan.  Sprinkle with cinnamon.  Bake at 450 degrees for 20 minutes or until browned.

This recipe is from another blog that Vee furnished the link .

I bake all my pancakes in a
CAST IRON SKILLET
 and just take a look at
THIS beauty.

All of these baked pancakes rise up sooo big and then, when they cool, they fall flat...
and tender...
and tasty....
and now I'm getting hungry for another one....






Nice and large and tender....
Vee and Judy gave us a
wonderful recipe.







My Dunkin Donuts coffee, served up in this
cute-as-can-be coffee mug....(a Christmas gift)

a glass of SUNNY D.










Smokey bacon...

sweet grapes....

ahhhh, a breakfast
FIT FOR A KING....
or QUEEN...!! 






For this FINNISH delight,

I decided on using
LEMON CURD .

OOO...
this was so good.
The pancake was light and flaky...

and, as I ADORE lemon,
this was just delicious.

DON'T forget to add plenty of CINNAMON....
it really brings out the flavor of this treat.

Thanks, VEE, for sharing this awesome recipe with me.
I thought of you and John with the first bite and after that,
all I could think of was HOW GOOD IT WAS....!!  :)



THIS is the next review I will share with you.

Hoping to make it tomorrow for breakfast.


Thanks for stopping by....
I hope you have a wonderful day.


LOVE,
bj


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24 comments:

  1. There you go! There you go, feeding me again. But I love it and this looks so delish!
    be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  2. Oh my goodness Bj! For some reason I am very hungry after my wonderful visit here today!

    Hugs,
    Maryjane
    xox

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  3. Hmmm...this is what John wanted for supper. I obliged, but not wanting it myself, cut the recipe in half and it worked great. I'll remember to make mine in the skillet next time! Thanks for the link love amd for linking to Judy's recipe. She's the Finn!

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  4. Oh my, it all looks delicious!!

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  5. You may be having computer issues, but there is nothing wrong in the kitchen. Glad you stopped by for awhile today.

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  6. Hi BJ,
    We could never forget about you, we miss you but it is good to see you today! Hope you are having a great week and thanks for a great post.
    Miz Helen

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  7. LOVE love LOVE it!!! I am SO happy when I see a post from you!!!

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  8. Oh- That sounds so so so good, bj. I just love Vee-she has great posts and a wonderful sense of humor. Your pancake looks delicious!!!! xo Diana

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  9. I've never seen a pancake done that way and it looks delicious! Lemon curd rocks.

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  10. That looks like a great breakfast BJ! Bet the lemon curd was perfect with it too:@)

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  11. BJ,
    Oh, my goodness. . .and here I thought I wanted waffles for breakfast!!!
    YuMMy. . .is anything with Lemon curd, dear friend!!!
    Let's see. . .I have bacon, grapes, coffee, OJ. . .sounds like breakfast in the making!
    Fondly,
    Pat
    P.S. Unforgetable. . .That's what you are!!!

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  12. I have never made one of these and it is on my list of things to try once I'm eased out of the low carb diet I'm on, (which might be never :>( ) It looks so good!

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  13. I've never had this, but after seeing it I'm going to have to make one. Beautiful presentation, bj!

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  14. Oh, my! That baked pancake has me drooling.

    I hope you get your computer issues settled soon.

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  15. We make the German pancakes sometimes. I will have to try this version. Looks so good!

    We had a terrible time with out internet connection for a while. The cable company came and replaced all the wiring and my husband upgraded our wireless router. It gave us a stronger signal most of the time. We are sort of at the "end of the line" from the cable company. My husband thinks that has something to do with losing internet connection or slow connections. With so many people on the system and so many devices(phones,tablets, computers, etc.) it could be, I guess. I don't know a thing about it myself. I know our household has 4 tablets, 2 laptops, 1 phone, roku, and a tv that is wireless. Without my husband, I probably wouldn't even get on the internet. He is our families tech guru. Ha! Good luck with your internet!

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  16. Okay...that will be dinner, except I don't have a cast iron skillet. I will figure out something. That looks so good and it seems that all I want right now is high carb comfort food...this brutal winter has brought out the need for breads, potatoes and things my mom made! I love breakfast for dinner and I have all the ingredients.

    I haven't been around...winter blues, upcoming (very soon) wedding...too scattered to think or sit still and too tired to read when I do sit down. But, I am not gone...just a little nuts right now! I decided today to post a little something and visit a bit. After all, we have a heat wave, it was 3 degrees when I got up this morning!

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  17. Oh my goodness, does that ever look good, bj! Somehow I missed that on Vee's blog. I have made German pancakes, but not this pannukakku

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  18. Love lemon curd! Just hand me a container and a spoon and I am happy. Don't even need something to slather it on. :-D

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  19. Everything looks delicious. Have a blessed evening. Madeline

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  20. That looks so good bj ... you make the best breakfast and you make it look so pretty.
    Hope you get your internet up and running smoothly soon.
    Hugs,
    Audrey Z. @ Timeless Treasures

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  21. Yes, I want a bite. You did save me a bite, didn't you?

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  22. Hi! Your photos look great! I adore pancake too! Breakfast is a magic moment every day!
    Have a nice evening!:)
    Miss Jane

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  23. It looks wonderful! I have made Dutch and abelskievers, but never this. I have to sign up again for your posts to be emailed as I am not getting them anymore so I never know.
    Haven't seen you in ages, hope all is well.
    Interested to see how you like the bread, I have seen it advertised.

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  24. Hi BJ,
    And I may have to copy you, this pancake looks amazing! Thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday and have a great weekend.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

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Thanks so much for visiting and commenting.
xo bj