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By Catherine McCord
Nov 26, 2014, Updated Aug 03, 2022
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Published August 4, 2022 by Catherine McCord
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Catherine is a mama of three. A Kentucky girl living in California. Here’s what I know: all kids can be great eaters and mealtime must be easy. I create simple, healthy recipes the whole family will love.
Yummy…I made some mini dutch babies in my muffin tin the morning after thanksgiving…always popular with us.
Mmmmmm! I adore Dutch baby pancakes. I always forget about that puffy treat. Yours looks so yummy!
I made these last week for the first time & they turned out amazing! I was so excited to see how high it rose out of the pan it was so exciting…lol. It reminded me of when I was a kid and my bf’s mom used to make us what she called German Pancakes. The kids love them & I will be making these more often now. I did find it was a bit heavy on the butter (which is probably why we all loved them) but I will try to reduce the butter going forward & maybe increase the cinnamon…we love cinnamon! Thanks for bringing back great childhood memories!
Amazing – I saw a Food Network breakfast special and this was one of the “restaurant” classics. They added 1/2 pitted peach to the bottom of the pan before the egg mixture was poured in.
Is there any reason this recipe wouldn’t work with a gluten-free flour mix?
I haven’t tested it with gluten-free flour, but when I bake gluten-free I use King Arthur Flour all-purpose gluten-free mix!
These are now a family favorite! My son calls them bowl pancakes because we make them in muffin tins and they turn into little bowls that we fill with fresh fruit & drizzle with maple syrup….yum! Thanks again!
can I substitute all purpose flour for whole grain flour?
You can, but you may need to add more liquid to the batter to reach the right consistency!
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