German Pancakes (Aka Dutch Babies)

German Pancakes (Aka Dutch Babies)

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"Sometimes I make this with powerded sugar and syrup, and sometimes I add omelet ingredients like ham and cheese or sausage... it works well and tastes great. There are so many things you can add to this recipe! !"

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4.7 avg, 15 review(s) 80% would make again

Ingredients

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1 c milk
1 c Flour
1/3 c Margarine; or butter
1 dash Fresh nutmeg
4 Eggs

Original recipe makes 4

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Preparation

Preheat oven to 425 degrees. In large, heavy, round pan w/sides approx 2-2 1/2 inches high (I use a paella pan) place margarine in pan and into oven to melt. While margarine is melting, blend the eggs in your blender for 1 minute (or until light yellow if by hand). While motor is running, slowly add milk then flour. Add nutmeg if desired. Pour over melted margarine and bake for 20-25 minutes until golden brown and puffy. Serve immediately. I got this recipe out of a Sunset magazine many years ago and we probably have it about twice a month. I typed it in from memory so I hope the directions are clear. DECARO@OHSU.EDU (MARCIA DECARO) REC.FOOD.RECIPES From rec.food.cooking archives. Downloaded from G Internet, G Internet.

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Easy to make and delicious, bachelor approved If you put a full stick of butter in the pan it will be buttery enough to not need syrup
fades321 2 months ago
Sometimes I make this with powerded sugar and syrup, and sometimes I add omelet ingredients like ham and cheese or sausage... it works well and tastes great. There are so many things you can add to this recipe! !
kelleypiez 4 months ago
Jvern 6 months ago
It was good but not great. I guess I like traditional pancakes better.
rickgoranson 11 month ago
Same one I make! I usually 1 1/2 recipe for my family & use less butter, 1/2 cup total. Always a treat!
marcieschlecht 1 year ago
Our favorite holiday breakfast!
Karenajk 1 year ago
Delicious! Just like my mom used to make. Thanks!
Alembic5 1 year ago
tboy391 1 year ago
This was my nieces first attempt at making Dutch Babies. We found the recipe to be simple, easy and delicious! It was greatly enjoyed as an impromptu breakfast for our family.
sgrishka 1 year ago
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