A recipe from Pinehurst Inn Bed & Breakfast in Bayfield, Wisconsin.
This recipe was inspired by a friend of ours. We were talking about favorite breakfasts and she shared one of her fondest memories growing up in Minnesota. Almost every Saturday she would go to her best friend’s house and her friend’s Dad would make them Swedish pancakes with blueberries and whipped cream. Just hearing the story and the genuine joy it brought her, I decided to try my hand at Swedish pancakes with the goal of bringing some of that joy to our guests. After trying a number of different recipes that didn’t quite pop for us, I came up with this recipe that both Mike (my incredible husband who does not complain when I recruit him for taste testing) and I declared the winner. The pancakes are light and almost crepe-like, but with more substance and just a touch of sweetness. The compote is super simple, just two ingredients. We serve it with a cream cheese whipped cream that I just love. These Swedish pancakes are a great addition to our ever-changing three-course breakfast lineups for our bed & breakfast. We hope you enjoy these as much as we do–Yum!
Thanks for taking the time to check out this recipe. We hope you come back often to check out some of our other recipes. We are always trying out new recipes or creating our own — part of the fun of owning a bed and breakfast.
All the best,