Dutch Baby Pancake – Breakfast & Brunch Recipe

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If you’re looking for a new recipe to try for breakfast or brunch, try this Dutch Baby Pancake! It’s a German pancake that’s kind of like a big skillet popover. Very eggy and light, and a little reminiscent of bread pudding.

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3 tbsp unsalted butter
3 large eggs
3/4 cup milk
1/4 cup sugar
1 tsp vanilla extract
1/8 tsp freshly grated or ground nutmeg
3.75 oz all purpose flour (3/4 cup)
berries, for garnish (optional)

Preheat the oven to 425 degrees F. In a 10-inch cast iron skillet set over medium heat, melt the butter. In the meantime, whisk together the eggs, milk, sugar, vanilla, and nutmeg until well combined and slightly frothy on top. Whisk in the flour until no flour streaks remain, but a few lumps are okay. Pour the batter into the skillet (all of the butter should be melted at this point), and bake for 18-20 minutes until the dutch baby is cooked through. Garnish with berries, syrup, powdered sugar, or whatever you like!

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itsweilin says:

Show us how to make the blueberry sauce Joanne!:)

sky yeo says:

yr dutch baby pancake looked awesome!  i tried baking it, but, the sides are not crunchy and it was soft on the sides. is this normal ?  appreciate yr reply.  thx.

ralph didomonic says:

hi joanne.   wow i never heard until now of dutch baby pancakes. guess i don’t get out much hehe.  anyway again u show a easy to put together, simple recipe that i would die for especially topped with the strawberries yummmm.   love what u do. ralph xx

Blob Fisch says:

In germany its not called dutch baby
Its called Eierkuchen or Pfannkuchen

MissBrittney says:

Also a good topping is softening up cubed apples with cinnamon an adding maple syrup!! It’s delicious!

xyeNa says:

why is it called ” DUTCH ” baby pancake if its german.. ? don’t really get it

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Sooyeon Lee says:

It’s my favorite batter bread. Always tasty. 🙂 I will try your recipe soon. Looks yummy!

Yi Ting says:

Can u make a blueberry syrup video

Katrin Leeben says:

how to do the blueberry sirup??

Shannon Mulhall says:

so it’s a giant Yorkshire pudding recipe? we have these in the UK without nutmeg and served with Sunday dinner xx

patti Haley says:

can you bake dutch baby in an electric frying pan or toaster oven in a pan 🙂

Dallas_Red says:

Yummmm. Do you know anyone that has a second cast iron skillet because I will not get any of this, slices would not work, my husband would ask me what was I going to eat…LOL

My Nguyen says:

Is it possible to pop a few of them in the oven at the same time? thank you 🙂

graham cosh says:

you make your own blueberry syrup? cool!
i must try this recipe. it looks great with fresh fruit!

saida yusuf says:

thanks for sharing it is yummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm!

MariMariMarijke says:

Funny, I’m half german half dutch and I’ve never heard of this before 😀 sounds good though!

Erica Lee says:

mmm got to invest in the cast iron skillet soon.. 🙂

Joanne Evans says:

Soo its basically a giant Yorkshire pudding

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