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German Pancake Recipe

May 9, 2021

Happy Mother’s Day to all of you.

One of the cutest things about Mother’s Day is having a yummy breakfast made by the kiddos.

I love when the kids get up and come up with their own cute ideas. This year it was the first time in a long time that I was able to sleep through the night. Now that the kids are a little older they also all were so involved in preparing things for me on their own.

At the store on Friday they all started putting things in my shopping cart and telling me they didn’t want me to see it. SIena did ask me what my favorite flowers were and she chose the most beautiful bouquet of Pale Pink Roses. They also selected some Mother’s Day cards which they decorated and were so proud of.

I asked on the other side that we would wake up to a clean home and we would make a yummy simple breakfast as mess free as possible. Not just for me but for everyone else because I really wanted to spend the day together rather than cleaning.

We woke up around 8 and I went to shower. Siena slept in the boys room which means that they all woke up at the same time. When I woke up they were all happily talking and Davide and Dorian were taking a morning shower.

Then they headed downstairs while Dad helped them make this awesome German Pancake Recipe. I love waffles, and pancakes, and egg, and bacon, but this meal is seriously so simple and still filling.

My favorite part is how much it grows during the baking process. It’s also slightly crunchy on the top due to the butter. When fresh out of the oven, it forms this super thin salty crust that paired with maple syrup and some berries is the best.

We also topped it with Coconut Whipped Cream from Trader Joe’s.

 

Serena Essuman

   

Serena Essuman

   
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