Krabbelurer – American/Swedish Style Blueberry Pancakes

Hello February!

We’ve got four weddings and two BIG birthday celebrations this year. Phew!

If you know me well, you’ll know I love a party! I love planing one as well as attending a party.

But the thing is – THE dress I’ve found requires a little bit of gym time so I’ve been busy going to dance classes and planning healthy (-ish) meals for the family.

Now, alongside party planning and attending, I’m sure you’ll also know I LOVE baking, so obviously this clashes at times!

So we try and keep treats times to weekends and Mondays only, because, well Mondays.

These sweet, light and fluffy American / Swedish style Blueberry pancakes are just heavenly. (Also knows as Krabbelurer in Swedish)

A definite family favourite and a fantastic lunchbox addition too!

Check out the recipe below:

Krabbelurer – Swedish / American Style Pancakes

135g plain flour

1 tsp baking powder

½ tsp salt

2 tbsp caster sugar

130ml milk

1 large egg, lightly beaten

1 tsp Vanilla sugar or extract

2 tbsp melted butter (allowed to cool slightly) plus extra for cooking

Enjoy ❤️

Love, Jess

The Dress…

Published by Swenglishliving

Jessica is a Swedish “islander” and fisherman’s daughter who somehow ended up living outside London, England… 🇸🇪🇬🇧 By day, she changes nappies, translates documents from Swedish to English, ferries children and dog around the gorgeous Hertfordshire landscape, runs fundraisers, writes, does the odd Voice Over job, answer emails, drinks copious amounts of coffee, bakes, watches videos of cooking on YouTube and Instagram, drives Big Child to guitar lesson, drives Middle Child to Ballet, plans the next trip, day dream, plans to attend gym, rages on Twitter (you have been warned), walks by the River Chess - singing Anthem. (Gettit) Watches videos of children and/or dog on phone. And blogging. Mostly about her big loves. Family, Food and Travel. (And some bits in between) In her other life she was an actress, drama teacher and writer/producer. (Though still does some of this stuff too) Jessica is passionate about Food, food, food, baking, food, (ahem), travel, eco friendly alternatives, the arts, education and Film/TV.

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