Rita Christiansen, Martha's sister-in-law, serves her family's traditional Swedish pancakes with maple syrup, cloudberry jam, or lingonberry jam. Swedish-pancake pans are available at specialty kitchen-supply stores.
They are called Swedish pancakes because they come from someone of Swedish heritage, who brought the recipe from Sweden (and I can vouch for this recipe because it's identical to my FarMor's with the exception of the vanilla).
Martha Stewart Member
Why calling it Swedish pancakes, when they actually are Norwegian pancakes.
a norwegian relative