Happy Monday and Happy Labor Day everybody!!! I hope everyone reading this is enjoying some good food, good times and a lot of free time with loved ones and away from work and school. I am way excited to share this recipe with y’all today.
I’ve had this Dutch Baby recipe hanging out in my to do list for forever. As soon as I took one bite of this, I asked myself why in the world I didn’t make it sooner. First, let’s start with how dang easy this is to make, I mean seriously, ingredients into the blender, then into your skillet and that’s it.
Second, this bakes up very quickly and bonus, looks super cool doing it and last but certainly not least this is absolutely delicious! Just imagine a mix of a doughnut, a pancake and french toast all in one dessert and you have the Dutch Baby. I sprinkled this guy with powdered sugar and some fresh fruit and berries and holy cow it’s amazing.
My favorite part about this is that some parts of it are just slightly crunchy but still soft and the other part is super gooey and wonderful. I would like to mention as a side note, that when you take your skillet out of the oven, be very careful about pouring your butter in, it sputtered hot butter everywhere haha, so just be careful. If you’re looking for the perfect brunch day treat, please just make this, it’s too awesome not to. Have a wonderful day, and thank you so much stopping by!!!
place your skillet in the oven while it heats up…
all ingredients except the butter into your blender…
mix, mix, mix…
butter into hot pan (watch out haha)…
then batter into your skillet…
bake, bake, bake…
- 1 Cup of Milk.
- 4 Eggs.
- 1 Tablespoon of Vanilla.
- 3 Tablespoons of Granulated Sugar.
- 1/2 Teaspoon of Salt.
- 1 Cup of Flour.
- 4 Tablespoons of Butter, Melted.
- Crème Fraiche, For Topping (Optional).
- Powdered Sugar, For Topping (Optional).
- 10" Iron Skillet.
- Preheat your oven to 450 degrees F.
- Place your skillet in your oven while it preheats.
- Place the milk, eggs, vanilla, sugar, salt and flour into your blender, and mix well.
- Take your skillet out of the oven and place your melted butter into your skillet (watch out it will sputter and spit a lot) and then add your batter.
- Place your skillet in the oven for 15-20 minutes (I took mine out at 16) or until it's puffed up and golden brown around the edges.
- Garnish your dutch baby with powdered sugar, crème fraiche and fresh fruit if you like and enjoy!!!