As I dig through this stash of recipes, the 3×5 cards start to run together. The handwritten recipes that have been added to binders, peak my curiosity. This hand sewn little recipe book from “May 13, 1930″ had me dying to try something inside. But there was a problem.
Spanish Potato and Onion Omelette
In Spain this is served as dinner or tapas. I’m calling it breakfast.
Oven French Toast
I think we’re on to something here…something that could change the way we do brunch!
When I was a kid, our family went to Skyline Ranch, in Colorado for a week of canoeing, horseback riding, mountain biking and a bunch of eating. I think this was my first dining hall experience and I kinda loved it! We all stayed in different cabins, but could meet up at the Lodge to recap our days and decide where we were going to play that night before our parents rounded us up for bed.
And so it begins, I grabbed the first recipe, right off the top of the stack. Gotta start somewhere, right? Some people call these German Pancakes, others call them Dutch Babies but in Grandma Joyce’s case…They’re Puffy Pancakes. Not as international sounding but she’s right, they are puffy!
I’ve had similar recipes over the years and loved them all but this one was so easy! Just throw it all in the blender and toss it in the oven. Well, almost that easy but give this a try, you won’t regret it!