Blins aren't the healthiest thing in the world, but they're quick to make for busy days and are also comfort food. Once you make the pancake itself, you can put whatever the hell you want in them. Perfect for your daughteru's breakfast.
For the sake of your sanity and to make cleanup easier, use a ladle to pour and spread the batter out over the pan. I like them fairly thin.
Ingredients with no particular measurement, as the goal is a fairly thick consistency, but thin enough to that it will come off your damn ladle.
>Cooking oil, just a quick pour
I prefer sunflower oil since it's more authentic and has a slightly salty taste, so you don't need to add as much
>Sugar to taste
>Salt to taste
>A couple eggs
>All purpose flour or substitute
Mix everything but the milk into a large bowl and slowly add the milk until you reach a desired consistency. Add more flour and milk according to how many blins you wanna make.
Heat the pan to a medium heat and grease your pan with your oil, going for a thin layer since we're not deep frying here.
Take a ladle full of your batter and pour it in the center and use a spatula to stretch the batter out for your desired size and thickness.
When bubbles appear on top of the uncooked side, flip and it will be done in a couple of minutes.
make sure you keep adding a bit of oil to the pan fairly regularly else smoke will get everywhere.
You can put anything you want in these things. Sweet or savory, the choice is yours. I like them with sweet condensed milk or greek yogurt, depending on my mood.