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Sunday, September 25, 2016

Dutch Baby for breakfast- yum!

Want something really good for breakfast, something that tastes fancy but uses very basic ingredients and is no trouble to make?  
Below is the Dutch Baby I made yesterday.  Sometimes they are called puff pancakes and are a lot like English Yorkshire Puddings.  
When my children were teens, this was one of their favorite before school breakfasts.  


For 2 people, use the above amount of ingredients.  Just increase for however many servings you need.  2 egg version  -fits in a pie pan
 3 eggs - used a 7 by 11 (that's what is in my picture) 
 4 eggs - use a 9 by 13 pan 


Start by preheating the oven to 400 degrees C.  
When it is preheated, put the butter in your baking pan and put in the oven until the butter is melted and just starting to bubble.  (This recipe really needs Real Butter - not margarine) 
Wisk the eggs in a bowl until just starting to get frothy. 
Then add the flour, milk and salt until lump free. 
Pour the batter over the melted bubbling butter into the hot baking pan.
Close the oven and bake for 25 minutes.  (While it is baking, it needs no tending to, so you have time to get ready for the day while it bakes) 
The pancake will puff up and get a little crispy on the bottom and just be delicious! 
Serve with a sprinkle of powdered sugar or maple syrup or a squeeze of lemon juice.  And do eat it warm straight from the oven.  It's not as good after its cold.  

Braeden is a 2 handed eater- he had Dutch Baby in one hand and bacon in the other 😂 

17 comments:

  1. Dutch Baby was the very first thing I ever made for my husband when we married. That was the only thing I had ingredients for. They look very impressive for such basic ingredients. I need to make some soon. Thanks for the recipe!

    Hugs
    Jane

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    1. Hi Jane, I like your newlyweds story ❤️ Dutch babies are a great recipe when supplies are low.

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  2. New to me! I'm going to try it on Saturday. Thanks!

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    1. You are welcome Debby. Let me know how you like it.

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  3. I read this last night and have a ton of eggs. (Aldi had the for 69 cents so I stocked up) Oh my goodness, this was so simple and so delicious. This is going to become one of my lake place breakfast standards. Thank you so much for sharing!

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    1. Anne, this a great recioe for you $50 a week challenge. It's very budget friendly, especially with 69 cents eggs 😀

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  4. Thanks for the recipe. I will be trying this for Hubby and I.

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    1. Hi American Dreamer, does this recipe fit your husbands new dietary requirements? I only remember the low salt and low sugar part.
      I hope you like it.

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  5. I am in a weekend breakfast rut so I will try this soon. Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Your welcome Wendi, hope you and your sweet family like it.

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  6. so glad you are back. I check everyday for new posts.

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    1. Really? Well thank you so much and I do hope to blog regularly 😄

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  7. I had never heard of this. We had Dutch Babies for supper tonight and they were delicious! Thanks for the recipe.

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    1. Hi Claudia, that makes me so happy to read.
      You afe welcome and thank you for letting me know 😍

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  8. Thanks for the recipe! I have to try this!

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