What about some homemade Norwegian “lapper” for the Sunday breakfast? πŸ₯žπŸ˜Š

Hi ❣ It’s so nice to see you,- like always 😊 I hope all is fine with you 🧑

When the children was living home I did made breakfast to them in the weekends, – and just not breakfast, but breakfast in bed 😊.

They did wake up a bit later then me,- so instead of waiting for them to wake up I did eat,- and then made something homemade pastries to them. It could be waffles or pancakes, muffins or the traditional Norwegian “lapper”. And a directly and not to correct translation in English for “lapper” will be “patches”. I prefer to call it “lapper” ,- and I’m not sure why this ones has got this name in Norwegian,- because in a way they can remind a bit about the big, thick American pancakes πŸ₯ž.

The recipe for Norwegian homemade “lapper” is:

3 cups flour , 1 cup sugar, 2 cups sour milk (or skim milk). I use mostly sour milk.  1 1/2 tsp baking soda, 3 eggs and margarine for frying. (And I also use 1 tsp vanilla sugar too).

Mix everything together and make a regular stir.  Use a big soup spoon to take the stir and fry “lapper” in a small frying pan.  Bake one and a piece at a time, such as when making pancakes.  The “lapper” will blow up a little.  Turn and fry golden on each side.  The number of “lapper” depends on how big you make them on the frying pan, and how much stir you have in the soup spoon.

It’s not very difficult to make and they tast good too 😊.

It’s just me for breakfast now at days, also to the breakfast. But,- Mathilde, my daughter, is probably moving back to me in May/ June this year, for some months. Someone else are going to take over the apartment she is renting now,- and it’s difficult to find a apartment with also a good price during the summertime here in South of Spain. Most people want to rent their apartments out for tourists this time of the year, and the prices is high. What we in general pays for month rent now it’s often the week- price during the summertime here in Spain 🌞.

So,- maybe I’m going to make and bake some more “lapper” for my daughter during this summer as I did for her last summer 😊. Or maybe for my summerguestes? 😊

Today it’s just “lapper” for me to breakfast,- and if there are someone left I’m probably going to share them with my kids. But at the moment they are just “made for me” 😊. Something I actually not do very often,- make and bake something just for me πŸ₯ž.

Do you want to try to bake some homemade Norwegian “lapper”? It’s not difficult at all,- just look after them so they don’t get burned,- but a golden, light brown colour instead πŸ₯ž.

I hope you will enjoy this homemade Norwegian “lapper” for your breakfast or maybe to your Sunday coffee or tea? 😊

On the “lapper” we normally use butter and some kind of jam, or the Norwegian “brunost”, or my children actually prefer butter, sugar and cinnamon. We all prefer different things and tastes, – so maybe you even prefer to have something else on the top of the “lapper” ,- like for example syrupy or honey πŸ₯ž. Any way, – I hope you will enjoy this “lapper” for your breakfast or your afternoon coffee or tea β˜• 🍡.

I wish you a great day or evening wherever in the world you are 🧑. Thank you so much for dropping by my blog today too 🧑.

See you soon 😊.

Homemade Norwegian “lapper” made with love πŸ₯°. You can see the little heart in them πŸ₯ž. I don’t know how that happen to be honest,- but it looks nice anyway 😊.

Do you want to try to make some homemade Norwegian “lapper” for your breakfast, or maybe to your afternoon coffee or tea? πŸ₯ž The recipe you will find in my post. Easy to make and easy to taste 😊.

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