dutch baby

i admit that i had never heard of a dutch baby before spotting the recipe in this book. and i may have made it simply because the name was so cute. but oh my gosh, i am so glad that i did! it was the easiest 'pancake-like' recipe ever.

and it made the most perfect sunday breakfast which the boys gobbled up.

this book is so good!


Alisa said...

My husband grew up with this special treat breakfast. The first time he made it for us, I fell in love all over again.
Sadly, The Kids can't stand it.
As all good parents do, we suffer through their portions for them.
Yours looks exceptionally tasty.

Helen said...

ooh, i gotta try that!

Jane said...

This looks so good. I must get this book!

a friend to knit with said...

i can just imagine what i would do... break off all the edges.. my favorite!

denise said...

looks perfect!

Karen said...

Ooh! I have to make that. Now that I have the book, thanks to you. :)

Karen said...

So I made it yesterday. Mine came out a bit browner than yours. Not too brown though. Delicious! Pretty similar to Yorkshire puddings and popovers. I liked the lemon juice, clarified butter and powdered sugar for toppings.

The recipe called for four extra large eggs. All I had were large eggs so I used five. That seemd to work.

Sandy said...

Karen, I'm glad you liked it! I used 4 large eggs and didn't think to add another.
You'll have to let me know what else you make from the book.