My toddlers love to make this super simple recipe we saw in a Dutch childrens movie. It has a light eggy flavor that goes great with maple syrup. I prefer to eat mine crepe-style with powered sugar and chocolate syrup. More or less flour can be added to the recipe depending on how eggy you want your pancakes. Cutting it up like a pizza adds more fun for my kids.
Beat the eggs either by hand or with a mixer until frothy. Add flour and beat again. The batter should be a little thicker than normal pancake batter.
Add milk and stir until well blended. The batter should now be smooth and considerably thinner than pancake batter.
Add a liberal amount of butter or margarine to a large fryer pan on medium heat to be sure the pan is coated evenly. Pour in all the batter at once. Cook 5-7 minutes until the edges are firm and the topside is mostly dry. Flip pancake ( I highly recommend using a wrist flick to flip it instead of a spatula) Cook another 1-2 minutes until fully cooked. I like to flip a few more times and cook a little longer to get a nice browing on each side.
Place pancake in a large dinner plate and cover liberally with powdered sugar and chocolate sauce and cut like a pizza. My children prefer to eat their pancake pizza slices plain and dipped in maple syrup.