Category: Pannekoeken


The Perfect Summer Fare Pannekoeken and German pancakes are perfect for summer.  It’s a great way to take advantage of the seasonal harvest from berries through apples—even though putting syrup […]

A Guide to German Pancakes and Pannekoeken


I’ve often referred to pannekoeken as a Dutch version of a German pancake.  That is, until some nice man said, “There is nothing German” about a pannekoeken! But you can […]

Pannekoeken, German Pancakes, and Fruit



I look forward to the peach season all year. There is not anything much better than a chilled, luscious peach. While they’re in season, enjoy them every way you can. […]

Six Things You Can do with Fresh Peaches




We’ve made little pannekoeken for desserts a lot.  You make them in a jumbo muffin pan, pour the batter in a hot pan with a little butter and bake them […]

Mini Pannekoeken Desserts


We thought breakfast burritos—why not breakfast pannekoeken.  You load it with scrambled eggs and whatever goodies fit your fancy.  Make a cheese sauce.  Place one tablespoon of all-purpose flour in […]

The Farmer’s Breakfast Pannekoeken



Fresh strawberries make a wonderful pannekoeken.  Simply loading a pannekoeken with sweetened strawberry slices and topping it with whipped cream—as you would for strawberry shortcake—may be our favorite. If you […]

Fresh Strawberry Cream Cheese Pannekoeken


A German pancake is cooked in a rectangular pan and puffs and swells and rolls as it cooks.  It’s rich and eggy and swells with steam much like its cousin, […]

Cinnamon Chip German Pancake Recipe




The classic is a German apple pancake but we wanted to make a blueberry version.  After a couple tries, we had it down.  The trick was to use individually frozen […]

German Blueberry Pancake



The classic is a German apple pancake but we wanted to make a blueberry version.  After a couple tries, we had it down.  The trick was to use individually frozen […]

German Blueberry Pancake


Fresh strawberries make a wonderful pannekoeken.  Simply loading a pannekoeken with sweetened strawberry slices and topping it with whipped cream—as you would for strawberry shortcake—may be our favorite. If you […]

Fresh Strawberry Cream Cheese Pannekoeken



Fresh strawberries make a wonderful pannekoeken.  Simply loading a pannekoeken with sweetened strawberry slices and topping it with whipped cream—as you would for strawberry shortcake—may be our favorite. If you […]

Fresh Strawberry Cream Cheese Pannekoeken


Strawberries and banana make a wonderful combination in a pannekoeken. It could be topped with whipped cream but we chose a sour cream and honey topping and it was very […]

Strawberry Banana Pannekoeken



This pannekoeken is designed for an 11 to 12-inch Dutch baby pan or a skillet with rounded sides. This is a five ingredient–five step recipe that really goes together quickly. […]

Everyday Dutch Pannekoeken


We’re in the habit of handing out samples to employees, delivery people, and customers.  This was an absolute hit.  “My kind of food” and “comfort food” were the comments that […]

Country Sausage Pannekoeken



You can make fruit-filled pannekoeken in two ways: either cook the fruit and add it to the pannekoeken or cook the fruit within the pannekoeken.  Both are good.  We tried […]

Fruit-filled Pannekoeken


Autumn Apple Pannekoeken
Since pannekoeken has more egg than flour, it seemed like a candidate for a flourless recipe for our friends that can’t eat wheat flour. It works. Here’s the recipe. Ingredients […]

Gluten-free Dutch Pannekoeken



This pannekoeken is loaded with a creamy chocolate filing, sliced bananas, and topped with whipped cream. The recipe makes a lot of chocolate cream.  If you choose, use only part […]

Chocolate Banana Cream Pannekoeken


Apple pannekoeken is classic.  In this version, we sautéed the apples on the stovetop and than added to the finished pannekoeken.  If you like, add walnuts or cranberries to the […]

Autumn Apple Pannekoeken