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Fabulous Friday

Alright, I know that I bombed it last week, but I am prepared this week!  Since we live with my mother in law, she decided that we needed chickens.  So one day she came home and had chicken, and turkeys.  I am not even kidding.  So my hubbie spent all night making them a box to live in for a few weeks till we could get a coup make. 

Anyways, we have TONS of eggs.  We get all least 4-5 a day.  So this is one of my favorite recipe if you have tons of eggs that you need to get rid of.  I received this recipe from my super sweet friend, Starla.  We actually had it tonight and it was delicious.  My sister in law had thirds. 

German Pancakes
6 Eggs
1 C Milk
1 C Flour
Pinch of Salt
6 T. Butter

Put 6 T. Butter in a 9*13 pan (this is important, because it raises on the sides) and put in oven till it starts to pop.  While butter is melting add eggs, flour, milk and salt together.  You can sift the flour to make it mix better.  When butter is ready, pour mixture into pan and bake 20 mins at 375 Degrees.  If your side are huge, not a big deal.

I have to share with my hubbie did the other day.  I know he won't like. But he never reads my blog anyways.  So he called and asked what I wanted him to start for dinner. I was doing hair.  I told him that we had a ton of eggs, so to do German Pancakes.  He asked how to make them and I told him the recipe. I called him on the way home and he said that he had it in the oven and would be done when I got home.  I was so excited and he was so sweet to do this for me. 

Well I walked in the door and the first thing he said was that he did somethings to jazz it up a bit.  I was scared.  He does this all the time and I am a recipe kinda girl.  I asked what he did.  He said that he had used wheat flour.  I was excited to see how they turned out with wheat flour.  But when I went to check on them,  they looked like a cake.  Which they are really thin, so I was way confused.  I asked why and he replied, "don't worry I made a double batch."  I about died laughing.  If you do a double batch you make them in two different pans.  He didn't know this.  Well needless to say, they didn't turn out how he had planned.  Everyone eat them, I had a hard time but it was eatable. 

Do you guys have any stories like that?



Jenna Scott said...

That is funny! (you're poor husband though)

My husband is a horrible cook, so he doesn't cook at all. My sister started cooking (she's 17 now) last year and tried to make brownies out of a box, simple right? Turns out she forgot to add eggs and put in too much vege oil. Oh boy, you should have seen the look on her face when she saw what she did! Flat soggy brownies, yuck. (No worries, she can cook now!)

Melissa said...

That is so funny! Did you read my brownie post? You sister and me could be friends!

Starla said...

I love German pancakes, I think we will have them for dinner tomorrow :o) I usually cook them at 450 degrees for 20 min though because I like them crispier (is that a word?). Yum!!


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