Fresh Baked Designs

Adventures in jewelry making

Dutch Baby Breakfast ! August 30, 2014

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Since I did not post a Crafty Pinterest Pin this month,

I’m doing a very quick second Foody Me, just because it’s so good and so easy.

And so spectacular when it comes out of the oven !

We just finished enjoying this treat for breakfast this morning.

Just 2 eggs, 1/2 cup milk, 1/2 cup flour, pinch of salt, a bit of grated nutmeg.

Butter for the oven safe skillet.

I add some fresh raspberries today because they were in the frig.

Added a squeeze of fresh lemon juice and powdered sugar before serving.

Dutch Baby

 

The great thing is you can adjust the amount of ingredients to feed more people

by just keeping the proportions…feed three people with 3 eggs, 2/3 cup milk and flour…

feed four with 4 eggs, 1 cup milk and flour.

One caveat is to be sure everyone is at the table and ready to eat

when you take this puffy delight out of the oven.

In this case, first impressions are important.

It starts to deflate pretty quickly, yet still beautiful and very tasty.

There are many different variations of this recipe on Pinterest,

but this is the one I used, adjusting the proportions for two people. Dutch Baby !

I’m definitely keeping this one handy for a quick weekend breakfast or  brunch…

and a great treat for guests.

I promise that my next post will be back to more jewelry adventures!

 

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2 Responses to “Dutch Baby Breakfast !”

  1. debra freeland Says:

    This looks so yummy, can’t wait to try it! Reminds me of the english pancakes my great grandma used to make us with lots of eggs.

    • Hello, Debra! Hoping you have the old family recipe. The amazing thing to me was how just two eggs, 1/2 cup milk and flour created this beautiful thing. And fed two people!
      There are so many ways to dress it up, too. Caramelized apples would be delicious on top. You could add a dollop of whipped cream and have an elegant dessert.


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