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Fluffy Swedish pancakes come together in minutes and make a fun breakfast or brunch food the whole family will love. Dust with a little powdered sugar and serve with fresh fruit, jam and whipped cream!

This post is sponsored by Princess Cruises. All opinions expressed are my own.

This recipe was inspired by our recent Princess Cruises Scandinavian cruise Regal Princess. We’ve been on an incredible 11-day cruise in the Baltic Sea and have been sharing recipes inspired by the trip, as well as glimpses into the whole adventure. Be sure to check out the other recipes inspired by this trip: Cinnamon Roll Twist Bread, Baklava Cinnamon Rolls, Easy Norwegian Waffles, and Key West Cooler Mocktails.

Unobstructed view of cruise ship and ocean, glimpse of land (Nynashamn) and clouds illuminated by the sun

our last port In Sweden before returning to Copenhagen. Our ship was too big to call in Stockholm, so we ended up in the quaint town of Nynashamn. I’m so glad we did!One of my favorite things about this trip was waking up and looking at my balcony cabin See each country for the first time. Nynashamn was the most magnificent view we ever woke up to. Breathtakingly beautiful! We drove through a spring snowstorm at night. There was frost on the trees and the water was crystal clear.

We left the ship early so we could grab some breakfast at Nynashamn before heading to Stockholm for the day. I’m so glad we did! The town of Nynashamn is so charming, I just wanted to sing a Disney song the whole time I walked around. We ended up at a small cafe that served fluffy, fresh, delicious swedish pancakes. They are topped with whipped cream and powdered sugar and served with two different jams, one of which is of course lingonberry jam. I knew right away that I needed to recreate it at home so I could enjoy it anytime.

A sailboat is docked in the fjord with the city of Stockholm, Sweden in the background

I always say cookbooks are one of the best keepsakes. I have a soft spot for food and a bite of food can take me back somewhere and fill my brain with memories. As we walked through patches of woods along the path to Nynashamn’s town square, I couldn’t stop thinking about the crisp, cool air, my swedish pancakes, and holding my husband’s hand all the way . I tell you it’s bliss!

Our time in Sweden was beautiful and cold! We even had an afternoon snowstorm. We ate delicious food during the day including Swedish meatballs, loads of pastries and breads, and the tastiest little chocolate chip cookies I wish I could go back for!

there are many great short journey There are many options in Sweden, and I highly recommend choosing a program that includes a visit to the Vasa Museum. It’s an old warship that they salvaged from the bottom of the sea and built buildings around it. It’s incredible! You can’t go wrong with excursions, including boat tours. Sweden’s landscape is unreal. You can do anything to experience the scenery and it will be worth it.

My husband and I with hot chocolate in our hands, facing the sea with Nynas harbor in Sweden in the background

We loved the Swedish scenery so much that we got to watch our boat sail off the top deck. This is probably one of my favorite things to do on a cruise. Hardly anyone does, but this is a special moment for us.We had another snowfall in Sweden before we set sail, so we bought some hot chocolate from there International Cafe and climb up. I fell in love with Sweden. It’s so stunningly gorgeous it will take your breath away.

I cannot recommend this cruise highly enough. This was definitely one of the most memorable trips of my life and my eyes are a bit clouded thinking about how grateful I am to have had the opportunity to take it.You just need to add a scandinavian cruises to your bucket list. You will never regret it!

Fluffy swedish pancakes on a platter with fresh raspberries, jam, a dollop of whipped cream and powdered sugar

These Swedish pancakes are super easy to make and super fluffy. The key is to use a hand mixer to blend all the ingredients together. This will add a lot of air and keep your pancakes nice and fluffy. Also, don’t let the batter sit for too long before cooking. You want to make sure the fluffiness stays in, so it might also help to whip the batter for 30 seconds before cooking each so your batter doesn’t get flat.

Swedish pancakes are best served hot and fresh. Dust a little powdered sugar on top, then you can add your favorite jam and fresh fruit. In the picture I used raspberry and lingonberry jam. When we were in Sweden they made it with powdered sugar, lingonberry jam and strawberry jam. These are also great with some fresh peaches for some summer fun too. Of course, I like to add a little whipped cream.

Fluffy swedish pancakes on a platter with fresh raspberries, jam, a dollop of whipped cream and powdered sugar

watch the video below Rachel will walk you through each step of this recipe. Sometimes the visuals help, and we always let you watch our cooking shows.You can find the complete collection of recipes youtube, facebook watch, or our facebook pageor provide a corresponding recipe on our website.

Fluffy swedish pancakes on a platter with fresh raspberries, jam, a dollop of whipped cream and powdered sugar

Fluffy Swedish pancakes come together in minutes and make a fun breakfast or brunch food the whole family will love. Dust with a little powdered sugar and serve with fresh fruit, jam and whipped cream!

Preparation time 5 minute

cooking time 10 minute

total time 15 minute

raw material

  • 4 big egg
  • 1 1/2 cup whole milk
  • 2 tablespoon sugar
  • 1 cup all purpose flour
  • 1/2 teaspoon Salt
  • 1/2 cup butter melted
  • powdered sugar for dusting
  • toppings as expected

instruct

  • In a medium mixing bowl, using a hand mixer, beat eggs, milk, sugar, flour, and salt until smooth.

  • While mixing, pour in the melted butter until combined.

  • Heat a large nonstick skillet over medium heat. Lightly grease the pan with cooking spray or butter.

  • Pour the batter in a thin layer, just enough to cover the bottom of the pan. Tilt the pan slightly to swirl the batter evenly around the pan.

  • Cook until lightly browned on the bottom, then flip and cook the other side until lightly browned. Repeat with remaining batter. Makes about 6 pancakes.

  • Serve immediately dusted with powdered sugar and fruit, jam and/or whipped cream.

Calories: 306kcal | carbohydrate: twenty threeG | protein: 7G | fat: 20G | Saturated fat: 11G | cholesterol: 155mg | sodium: 397mg | Potassium: 143mg | sugar: 7G | Vitamin A: 730unit | calcium: 93mg | iron: 1.5mg