May 23, 2010

Dutch Babies for My Babies: Breakfast Recipe

This “Dutch Babies” breakfast recipe, also known as German pancakes, is one of my favorites of all times. It almost tastes like French toast. It is super yummy, extremely easy to make, and looks quite impressive when you take it out of the oven.



Prep time: 5 minutes
Bake time:20 minutes
Enjoyment: all morning

INGREDIENTS: (Servings 4-6)
1 ¼ cup four
1 ¼ cup milk
5 eggs
¼ stick butter
powdered sugar (optional)
nutmeg (optional)
maple syrup (for dipping)


Recipe: Preheat oven to 420 degrees. Put ¼ stick of butter into large rectangular baking pan put into oven to melt while you prepare the rest. In a large bowl combine 1¼ cups flour, 1¼ cups milk, and 5 eggs. Mix either in blender, or with hand whisk for two minutes until evenly mixed. Pour mixture into pan over melted butter. Bake for 20 minutes. You will see the edges puff up and turn golden brown. Remove from oven and serve with some powdered sugar and nutmeg sprinkled on top and maple syrup. You can also serve it topped with fresh strawberries and a side of bacon.

Enjoy! And let me know what you think. Do you have a favorite breakfast recipe to share?

Thanks for your continued voting.

Posted by Laura

4 comments:

Aging Mommy said...

There is a very similar English recipe to this, only you put sugar in with the batter mix and also dried fruit like raisins and it's called bread and butter pudding. Your recipe with maple syrup sounds great.

Melodramommy said...

Thanks for sharing. I'll have to try that. It sounds yum!

Her Momma said...

mmmm i'll have to remember this one for when i take up cooking again ;)

Cindy @ This Adventure, Our Life said...

This looks super good! I have been voting for you daily!!