German Pancake/dutch Baby

German Pancake/dutch Baby

Ready in 45 minutes

This recipe has been passed down in our family for 4 generations now. It has been our traditional Sunday morning breakfast. They are extremely easy to make and very yummy. My husband brags about these more than any other food I make.

"My first attempt I used a 9 in. glass pie pan. w/the exception of my son (7, who thought it was perfect) the rest of us felt like the middle was under done and ate just the edges. B/c my son liked it so much & begged for me to make it again, I tried in as muffin tin. Heated the oven and tin to 400 degrees, prepared mix, probated tin with butter on all sides and Lourdes mixture in. I rotated the prim once at 15 minutes b/c the edges "

- Hoffy79

Top-ranked recipe named "German Pancake/dutch Baby"

4.4 avg, 10 review(s) 90% would make again

Ingredients

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1/4 cup Butter or margarine
1 cup milk
2 Eggs
2/3 cup Flour
2 tablespoons Sugar
1/2 teaspoon Cinnamon
1 Lemon; juiced
1/4 cup Powdered sugar

Original recipe makes 2

Servings  

Preparation

Preheat oven to 400.

melt butter or margarine in 9 inch pie plate

mix all other ingredients.

pour mixture into plate with the melted butter.

bake 30 minutes.

top with lemon juice and powdered sugar.

cut into 4 slices.

serve and enjoy.

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photo by Hoffy79 Hoffy79

photo by Hoffy79 Hoffy79

German Pancake with Blueberry Jam photo by katyushka katyushka

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I have trouble making normal pancakes but with this recipe I managed to make delicious german pancakes quite easily!
Clumsyblonde 7 months ago
I have tried this twice now and all I am creating is soggy, stodgy pancake batter with a crispy top. Nothing like the deep & firm-looking slice in the photo.
Clumsyblonde 7 months ago
Best to mix the sugar and eggs first to allow sugar crystals to dissolve, then add rest of liquids, mix and then the rest of the dry ingredients. You can do it her way, it will still come out good but following this process allows for a better blend and a subtle, finer difference in the end product.
Vidda 11 month ago
My first attempt I used a 9 in. glass pie pan. w/the exception of my son (7, who thought it was perfect) the rest of us felt like the middle was under done and ate just the edges. B/c my son liked it so much & begged for me to make it again, I tried in as muffin tin. Heated the oven and tin to 400 degrees, prepared mix, probated tin with butter on all sides and Lourdes mixture in. I rotated the prim once at 15 minutes b/c the edges
Hoffy79 1 year ago
I added 1\2 tsp of baking powder for rise and a good pinch of salt plus rehydrated dried cranberries and orange peel. It was DELECTABLE!
nfwren 1 year ago
Yum! This was so easy to make! It came out pretty thin though. I heated strawberry jam and honey in a sauce pan then topped them with that and the powdered sugar.
Magana_Danielle 2 years ago
Very good! Not sure why the crust nearly burned while the center was still somewhat liquid? But it had a good flavor and was very easy to make.
EvaChasida 2 years ago
This was better then th pancake house that makes them. Great and easy.
allenrailroad 4 years ago
Very good with berry jam, maple syrup, or lemon juice with powered sugar. Very quick and easy Sunday brunch.
katyushka 4 years ago
[I posted this recipe.]
kittie82 4 years ago
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