Dutch Baby Pancakes!

This was my breakfast today :)
It's enough to serve 2-3
 Here's my photo recipe...

Preheat to 425

Melt 2 Tbsp butter in a cast-iron skillet

Grab 3 eggs

Crack 'em and whisk a bit

Grab your flour

Add 3/4 cup of flour to eggs

Grab your milk

Add 3/4 cup to egg-flour mixture

Stir that baby up

Pour egg-flour-milk mix into skillet

Put that baby in the oven

Set your timer for 20-25 minutes

It gets crazy fluffy when it's about done

Let it cool for a minute or 2 once it's out of the oven

Cut up your lemon (remove seeds)

Douse that sucker

Grab some powdered sugar

Sift to your delight over the beaut

It's like snow from heaven

Then cut it up and serve!  I add blueberries to mine.



  1. that looks so good jess! I am going to have to try that :)

  2. i've never seen anything like this!!! i'm totally doing it. maybe...saturday. nope. friday. or...monday. ish.

  3. Yay!!! You'll have to let me know what you think! I tried it for the first time at a little cafe in Reno... I love the lemon in it! :D

  4. Hello Jessie,
    I have a Jessi too! I visited your blog today. It was so colorful and charming. Those Dutch pancakes look so good. My daughter, Jess, recently did a post about crepes...yummy. We love good food too. Me and my daughters just started a new blog, and we would love it if you could visit us and follow. I would enjoy coming back to visit you and seeing all your creative recipes. Hope to hear from you, and have a sweet day.
    ~Sheri at Red Rose Alley

  5. This looks ridiculously good, Jessie. I'd love to make it, but need a cast iron pan first. I can't wait to get one -- we're trying to get rid of all plastic containers and teflon. Love your flour tin.

  6. @Sheri - How cool! And thank you! I'll definitely be checking out Red Rose Alley! :D

    @Camille - Thanks! They are tasty for sure! That's a great idea with the teflon and plastic. I love my cast iron cookware. It's worth the investment... I lucked out with my skillet, my grandma handed one down to me! And thanks for the compliment on my flour tin! I found it at an antique/thrift mall here in Silver City!

  7. hope you don't mind, i stole a picture from here for my blog this morning--linking back here, o'course. you seem really laid back about that sort of thing, but if you're mad and you want your picture back, let me know. deal?

  8. Suzy!!! That's totally cool!!! Thanks for linking it! How did they turn out for you? Tasty, I hope. I love 'em. And you can always pop the leftovers in the oven to reheat without them turning soggy weird... like fresh greatness! WOOO!!!

  9. they turned out sooo good. barclay was very impressed.
    there were no leftovers to pop in the oven... :)

  10. That looks so easy and delicious! I'm definitely trying it. (Visiting you from Suzy's blog. Following you now. =] ). I love how to referred to it as "that baby" and "that sucker" hehe. =]


  11. @Suzy - YAY!!! So glad :)

    @Jamie - they are super easy (and delicious!)- which is why I had to share... The world needs to know about these Dutch Babies! :) Thanks for the love and for visiting from Suzy's blog! :)


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