Sheet Pan Swedish Pancakes with fresh strawberries and lime
Course Breakfast, Dessert
Prep Time 5minutes
Cook Time 7minutes
resting time 30minutes
Total Time 12minutes
2eggsI actually used a duck egg for this one
3/4cupmilkI only had 1/2 cup milk left so I used up the rest of the yogurt in the fridge too
zest of one limedivided (optional, excellent with strawberries)
1pintof strawberriescleaned and sliced and macerated with 1-2 tablespoons sugar and half of the lime zest for at least an hour or over night
Several hours, or the night before, prep the strawberries. How much sugar you use is personal preference and depends on how ripe/sweet the strawberries are. Also, if you think you might want powdered sugar or syrup take that into account as well.
Whisk eggs, add flour and lime zest and whisk until smooth. Add sugar, salt and whisk in. Slowly add milk, whisking while you go. Hopefully you don't get any lumps, the order is important to miss the lumps.
Let the batter rest for a half hour or so and then whisk it up one more time before cooking.
Pre-heat oven to 350F, generously butter the sheet pan and set aside.
About five minutes before baking put the sheet pan in the oven to pre-heat.
Pour the batter into the sheet pan and tilt/swirl to evenly distribute.
Bake until batter is set and there is just a hint of color (5-7 minutes)
you can use any topping you’d like-but the stawberries go particularly well with the lime and rhubarb jam if you've got it.enough batter for one 12”x17” sheet pan
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