Thursday, October 4, 2007

Eating alone...

So my husband works shift work. 2 weeks out of the month I'm eating dinner alone. And he doesn't eat leftovers so I can't make an actual meal and save some for him. So, I take this opportunity to make dinners that I normally wouldn't make with him around.

The other day I caught a craving for a cheap meal from my childhood... Jellyroll Pancakes! And since I can never fight my cravings, I decided to make it, along with some bacon. It's pretty simple and very filling.


1 cup all-purpose flour

1 cup milk

1 egg (edit - Grandmom says it's 2 eggs for 1 cup of flour)

(edit- Grandmom also says you need to add a splash of vanilla extract or orange juice - my mom must've forgot to tell me this part when I asked how to make them, but I think they're great without it, so don't sweat it if you forget or dont have it to use)

1. Heat a non-stick skillet (I used my square skillet with no sides for ease) over low-med heat.

2. Mix first 3 ingredients together.

3. When the pan is hot, ladle some batter onto the pan and spread into a thin pancake. These cook pretty quickly are not not to be browned. Flip after about 30-60 seconds (you'll notice steam begin to rise). Continue to cook other side.

4. Transfer to a plate.

5. Spread a small amount of jelly over the pancake and roll up. Serve :)

Makes about 6 pancakes

Serves 2-3

Don't be alarmed if your first one gets screwed up. Serve with plenty of breakfast meat!


Anonymous said...

Wow! What a GREAT idea. So simple, but so GENIUS! Yumm!

Erin said...

YUM! These look so tasty!

Tammy said...

they look great, but more importantyl, how do you get your bacon so perfect???

JennDZ - The Leftover Queen said...

Sounds yummy and they look so pretty!

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