Recipe: A quick Kaiserschmarrn

Sometimes you feel like having Kaiserschmarrn and you immediately want to have some. However, when cooking the original recipe, the Kaiserschmarrn takes its time. Here is a quick and especially delicious variation of a recipe for a Kaiserschmarrn, for those of you, who do not want to wait long until they can eat it. 

The best thing about Kaiserschmarrn is that you do probably have all the ingredients for it at home. Because you just need flour, milk, eggs, a pinch of salt, clarified butter or oil and you can immediately start. For those of you, who like a bit of variety, you can try a side dish, which is absolutely not traditional. Today we are having kind of a blueberry jam called "Moosbeemandl" in German. 

But what is "Moosbeemandl"?

"Moosbee" is a dialect word for wild blueberries. They are well known here in Austria, because you can use them for various dishes - just have a look at our recipe of "Moosbee-Nudl" (blueberry pancakes). However, blueberries are definitely a delicious side dish as well. Just cook them together with some herbs, lemon and some vanilla blancmange powder - this is called "Moosbeemandl" in German and it is served with some ice cream or with sweet dumplings. Today it is served with Kaiserschmarrn!

Ingredients for 2 portions of Kaiserschmarrn:

  • 1 cup of flour
  • 1 cup of milk
  • 1 cup of beaten eggs
  • A pinch of salt
  • Clarified butter
  • Raisins soaked in rum
  • Icing sugar

Ingredients for the "Moosbeemandl":

  • Wild blueberries
  • A splash of red wine
  • Zitronensaft und geriebene Zitronenschale Lemon jucie and grated lemon zest
  • 2 tablespoons of vanilla blancmange powder
  • 1 cooked mulled wine herbs - only use it when it's cold
  • Sugar as you like it



  1. Cook the wild blueberries with the red wine, lemon juice and lemon zest. 
  2. Stir the vanilla blancmange powder with the cooked mulled wine herbs thoroughly.
  3. Add the vanilla blancmange powder mulled wine mix to the wild berries and stir all the time.
  4. Leave it to cook on the stove for some time and do not forget to stir. Add some sugar and then put it away from the heat. 
  1. Mix flour, milk and a pinch of salt in a bowl with a whisk. 
  2. Add the eggs and mix it again. However, keep in mind that the batter should not be mixed much more. 
  3. Heat the clarified butter in a pan and add half of the batter.
  4. Spread the raisins on the batter and put the lid on it. Reduce the heat. 
  1. When the batter is golden brown, turn it around and put the lid on it again. 
  2. After a short period of time, the other side of the batter should also be golden brown. Then you can divide the batter into serveral pieces. 
  3. Serve the Kaiserschmarrn with the Moosbeemandl and sprinkle some icing sugar on it. 
  4. Enjoy!

You can sprinkle the Kaiserschmarrn not only with icing sugar, but also with some vanilla - tastes delicious!

Eure Kristina

All pictures in this article have been made with the GoPro Hero9!