среда, 18 марта 2015 г.

Cinnamon Apple Dutch Baby Pancake

Cinnamon Apple Dutch Baby Pancake


Cinnamon Apple Dutch Baby Pancake


This looks delicious! My two year old is obsessed with all things apple. (Your apple strudel muffins are her favorite!) We are definitely going to be making these this weekend. But one question – what % fat milk did you use? Do you think the flavor will be affected if we don’t use whole milk?


Laura, So glad you enjoy the apple muffins. We used 2 percent milk in the pancake. Enjoy!


This looks so good. My question is. I do not have cast Iron skillet. Do you think it would bake in a regular glass or metal pan? Would that differ the baking time? thanks love your blog.


When we have made just plan old Dutch Baby before we used our 9 x 13 glass pan and don’t think it effected the baking time. You just want it nice and golden brown.


“So I couldn’t help myself but when Jim’s back was turned I did rearrange the apples just a bit to make them look a little prettier and neater.”


This could not be easier! And it looks delicious!!! I have been making dutch babies for years, and have added fruit on top, but not in. I will definitely be trying it your way! I love going out to a good breakfast. It is wonderful to get some new breakfast recipes. Thanks!!! Blessings!


Thanks for the tip on preparing this without a cast iron skillet! I don’t have one but I do have a regular glass baking dish! LOL!


Made this for dinner tonight and it was delicious! Thanks for another great recipe! I have so many of your recipes printed out and in my binder.


Yum-O! I am making this for breakfast tomorrow!


I’ve never heard of Dutch Babies before (maybe I’m way out of the loop), but it looks awesome! I will definitely have to try it!


yumm….and totally within my weight watchers program!


Ohhhh !! I definately have to try this one this weekend !!!


I don’t mean this as a plug for my PC biz LOL. I make make my dutchbaby is my stoneware round pan. I preheat the stoneware and bake it right in the oven. Thye come out almost like an apple souffle. GOOD!


This is in the oven right now and the kitchen smells amazing!


Thank you so much for this recipe. My family and I have made this several times for a fun breakfast. I plan to use fresh peaches tomorrow. Best quote from my 3 year old: “Daddy, come on down for breakfast. Mommy is making babies.” (dutch babies that is) Thanks again!


So cute! Love that. I bet they are yummy with peaches too. So glad your family is enjoying the recipe.


This looks so yummy. I pinned it a long time ago and just ran across it reorganizing my pins. Just in time for apple season :). I’m also excited it has so little flour and I can inexpensively make it gluten free. Thanks!


Mine is about 10 inches wide


Made this for our New Years breakfast this morning using Honey Crisp apples and a Bosc pear I had laying around- AMAZING!! Thank you!


Happy New Year and I’m so glad you enjoyed your yummy breakfast!! Love the addition of the pear


This looks delicious and easy to make. Is this something that can be made beforehand and then reheated?


Thanks for the recipe!!!


You could make it ahead of time and reheat but I don’t think it is as good.


Thanks for posting this recipe. Do you know if the batter could be made the night before?


You can make the batter the night before – just add the apples in the morning. Enjoy!


In the oven right now…..smells terrific !! Baked apples….how can this go wrong ?


Diane – Enjoy!!


OMG this tasted soooo good…..right out of the oven !! Not as good the next day as leftovers, however still tasty. Going to make it again, definitely ! Thank you !


My family are huge apple fans and I would like to make this recipe this Sunday for them. How many does one recipe feed?


Alexandrea – it really depends on how big of eaters everyone is – the recipe makes a 12\u2033 skillet full so you could get anywhere from one serving to 4 out of it depending on how hungry people are.


Just made this for breakfast and it is delish! I used unsweetened almond milk instead of cows milk and added a little bit of allspice to the topping along with the cinnamon. Thanks for the recipe!


I have been making Dutch Baby Pancakes for years but haven’t tried the Apple cinnamon version. Definitely going to try it tomorrow! The basic recipe I use calls for 1/4 cup flour and 1/4 cup milk for every egg you use. So for just my husband and myself I use 3 eggs, 3/4 cup milk and 3/4 cup flour. I haven’t used an iron skillet, just an ordinary glass pie pan. If I have a larger crowd, I just increase the ingredients and use a bigger pan. Always comes out great! To the basic recipe you can play around and add any ingredients you want. I have added almond extract to the batter and then topped it with blueberries and almonds before putting it into the oven. Turned out great!


One of our favorite Saturday morning activities is to go out to breakfast. Portland is breakfast town! There are so many amazing restaurants that serve breakfast around here and it is not unusual to see lines out the door!


Last weekend, on the recommendation of two friends, we went to Meriwethers in NW Portland. It was delicious. I ordered their Cinnamon Apple Dutch Baby Pancake which was made with cinnamon apples. During the whole meal, my accountant, left brain husband was thinking about how we could make it at home for so much cheaper (it was a bit spendy at $13.00.)


So guess what we had for breakfast Sunday morning? An apple dutch baby skillet pancake made by my husband (with a little supervision by me)


We used our cast iron frying pan just like the restaurant (although theirs was an individual serving size.) I love my cast iron pan and cook in it all the time. I actually have three of them. That is what happens when you are married to a former Scoutmaster!


We had some Gala apples on hand and they worked perfect.


So I couldn’t help myself but when Jim’s back was turned I did rearrange the apples just a bit to make them look a little prettier and neater.


Next, he mixed up the egg mixture and poured it in.


Then it is topped with a mixture of cinnamon and sugar. Yum!


Then you just pop it in the oven and wait, with your mouth watering.


I love how it puffs up around the edges.


I have to say I liked my husband’s version better. It was not as thick and custardy as the one at the restaurant which I preferred given my texture issues. The restaurant served it with a lemon crema which was wonderful but we found our version was so delicious it didn’t need anything. I did add a sprinkling of powdered sugar to my piece, but really, it didn’t need it


Original article and pictures take http://www.yourhomebasedmom.com/cinnamon-apple-dutch-baby-pancake/ site

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