Auflauf... German Breakfast Pancake

Andrew Zimmern's German Breakfast Pancake Photo © Madeleine Hill
By Andrew Zimmern Posted November 11, 2013

This pancake grows up the sides of the pan and forms an amazing, thick, crêpe-y pancake just yearning to be filled with all of your favorite ingredients. Have fun with this one... It's a weekend-breakfast family treat that my grandmother taught my mom to make when she married my dad. Read more >

This pancake grows up the sides of the pan and forms an amazing, thick, crêpe-y pancake just yearning to be filled with all of your favorite ingredients. Have fun with this one... It's a weekend-breakfast family treat that my grandmother taught my mom to make when she married my dad. I used to beg for this every weekend, as a kid. My mom would throw soft butter, brown sugar, cinnamon and roasted apple or pear slices into the middle of the pancake when it came out of the oven and we would all devour it in about 10 seconds flat. You will be amazed at how this looks when it comes out of the oven. Be sure to use a hot, large pan and the magic will happen. GET THE RECIPE >

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