Had to say this did not work out at all for me. The batter was WAY too thin. I know Swedish pancake batter should be thin, but not this thin. It was literally like water with lumps of flour in it. I tried using it but the first pancake I made was impossible to work with, even with a brand new non-stick pan. I have another Swedish Pancake recipe that I have used many times, just figured this one would be pretty much the same so I didn't bother to go dig the other one out of the recipe files. I will continue to use it instead of this one on Allrecipes. It calls for 1.5 cups of flour, 3 eggs, 2 cups milk, pinch of salt, 3 Tablspns. of sugar, 2 Tblspns. melted butter. I make sure to sift the flour (makes all the difference in the world) before adding to the milk and eggs. Also, make sure to use a non-stick pan, I don't have any luck otherwise. Works great, tastes wonderful.
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Had to say this did not work out at all for me. The batter was WAY too thin. I know Swedish...