There is a tradition in Sweden to eat pea soup and pancakes on Thursdays, which date back to early medieval days when Catholic nations fasted Friday through Sunday. (Germans outdo us as usual, by having the pancakes in the soup: Flädlesuppe).

In our family it's a convenient tradition since a few spoons of soup can be lured into the son's mouth with promises of pancakes. I've been on a quest to find a good, healthy, kid-friendly pancake recipe. I've tried hemp-protein and whole wheat flour in the mix, which worked fine, but made pretty dense heavy cakes. 

Yesterday I came across this recipe and got curious.  

5 dl milk
1,5 dl white all purpose wheat flour
1 dl graham flour or whole wheat flour
0.5 tsp salt
3 eggs
2-3 msk butter or margarine 

You probably don't need the specifics beyond the ingredients, but if you do: This site is for you.

Update: I added 1 egg, and a dash more milk but the recipe worked like a charm and yielded 16 pancakes. A new favourite!

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