If you've never tried a dutch baby before here are three reasons why you should soon: 1. They are delicious. Think if a pancake and crepe had a child. 2. They're called Dutch Babies. That's adorable. Duh. 3. They are super easy to make. It's kind of a baked pancake. No flipping required.I've been making these for a while now. I originally learned from this recipe and this lovely blog. Here's what I do.
Dutch Babies, makes two (very filling) servings.
Needed: 4 eggs, 1 tablespoon sugar, 1/2 teaspoon salt, 2/3 cup flour, 2/3 cup milk and 2 tablespoons butter for the pans.Preheat your oven to 350 F. Place a tablespoon of butter into two small cast iron skillets (or other oven safe pans) and place them in the oven while it heats up, melting the butter.
In a bowl combine the eggs and milk, whisk to combine. Add in the other ingredients and stir until no lumps remain in the batter. Once your oven is preheated remove the hot pans and give them a shake to evenly distribute the butter (if needed). Divide the batter in half and pour into each pan. Bake for 12-15 minutes. Serve with powder sugar, fresh fruit and plenty of maple syrup. Enjoy! xo. Emma
I made these this morning. It was just me so I cut the recipe in half, accidentally forgot to cut the sugar in half (oops!). It was sweet but I loved it, and I paired it with bacon instead of fruit the salt balanced out the sweetness. Delicious! Can’t wait to make it for my family 🙂
I made these for breakfast today, they were SO GOOD! My new favorite for their easiness and deliciousness! Thanks for the recipe! 🙂
i tried them, and they turned out to be super easy&tasty, i went a bit further and made them with chcoloate, put some icecream between 2 of them and got a delicious cold desert! (won a few hearts with it!)
What size skillet did you use? These look awesome!!
my mouth is watering, this recipe sounds so delicious!!
I made these this morning and absolutely loved them. Although my heart told me I needed to eat more, I could only finish one Dutch Baby– it was incredibly filling. I covered mine with strawberry, banana, and nectarine pieces and added little bit of maple syrup. I also added a splash of vanilla to the recipe before baking. Way too good!
My only problem with these is that saying “I made Dutch Babies this morning” could be terribly misunderstood! haha. Nonetheless, I enjoyed this crepe/pancake/bread pudding hybrid!
mmm, a combo between pancakes and crepes? that sounds like a lovely way to compromise haha
Very good sharing thanks
Those look TOO good not to try!
i’m dutch, never ate a dutch baby…
still looks dilicious though <3
they look delicious, I love pancakes 🙂
Those are so adorable and they look so yummy! Saving it for Sunday’s brunch.
These look absolutely amazing!
Ok – I love all the recipes. I want to see a post on how you all keep so slim. If I ate all the food that you show on this blog, I would weigh twice what I weigh! I realize moderation is the key – but still!!!!
What’s your exercise “regime”?
Looks gooood. Mmmm 🙂
Wow! Sounds delicious!
Mmm dutch babies are so good! You should try squeezing on some lemon!
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I’m from Holland and i’ve never heard of Dutch Babies, why are they called the way they are?