Eier Kuchen (from the Loaves and Fishes book Dom at Belleau Kitchen inspired me to pull off the shelf) are a lovely, thin German pancake. They have the pliability and light texture of a crepe. They are versatile - equally good topped with cottage cheese and chives or smothered in cinnamon cream syrup (as below). They have the added bonus of being kind to one's diet - three pancakes for only five points.
1 cup milk
1 cup flour
pinch of salt
1. In a medium bowl, beat the eggs. Add flour, milk, and salt; beat until smooth.
2. Heat a non-stick skillet over medium heat. Pour out pancakes by 1/4 cup. Flip when bubbles form and the edges are dry.
3. Yields 4, 5 point servings (approximately 3 pancakes per serving)
If you would like the recipe for the taste bud tempting cinnamon cream syrup, it is posted directly below this recipe. Yes, two posts in one day - I know, I know. Too much. I am just trying to catch up a bit, and I am anxious to post on the cookie I made tonight for the Random Recipe challenge!
For more about points, click here.
Here is my plan a la Menu Plan Monday.
loaded potato soup
creamy cabbage soup
banana brownie pie
old fashioned stewed chicken
gingerbread modeling dough for Random Recipe Challenge
spicy split peas
spicy teriyaki mushrooms
bunny cake for Simon to take to school
dinner out before Maundy Thursday services
onion, pepper, and feta quiche
prepare bean casserole to take to party on Saturday
eat at former students' quinceanera