Dutch Babies are a favorite in our family for birthday, graduation and “special day” breakfasts. Light, satisfying and easy to make!

Step 1:

4 Tablespoon butter
3 eggs
¾ cup flour
¾ cup milk
½ tsp salt
Dutch babies? I'm dutch and I've never seen something like this in my country! Lol
<p>I made these for a Dutch friend, he had never heard of them either. They are also known as German Pancakes, Either way, they are delicious!</p>
My family eats this almost every Saturday! We love Dutch babies.
Ummm... lol Mine ended up tasting like scrambeld eggs with chocolate :? I think I just had a Dutch Baby Fail.... <br>
I think your Dutch baby pooped.
You might want to indicate what unit of temperature it is. Not everyone lives in a place where Fahrenheit is the norm (I can tell it's Fahrenheit, but not everyone can). You should probably get into the habit of writing temperature in both degrees Fahrenheit and Celsius, especially for recipes, and definitely get into the habit of indicating which unit you mean.
how many does this recipe make?
im dutch and i dont even know these things :P <br>i think ill give them a try some day soon
looks like a &quot;Yorkshire Pudding&quot; to me. ( a proper Yorkshire pudding should be filled with meaty goodness of course, not the silly little things most people think of as Yorkshire puddings). I guess it's just one of those things that goes by different names in different parts of the world. Just goes to show how versatile pancake batter can be. Toad in the hole anyone?
You're absolutely right- they're all &quot;pop-overs&quot;. Gravy for Yorkies, sweets for Dutch Babies.<br> <br> Milk, flour, eggs and salt; bake in a very hot oven in hot fat.&nbsp; Yummy goodness!<br> <br> To quote Ogden Nash:<br> <br> Let's call Yorkshire pudding<br> A fortunate blunder:<br> It's a sort of popover<br> That turned and popped under.<br>
OMG, I love dutch babies and I never thought of making one at home! Good stuff, you get my vote!<br>
We had these at a bed and breakfast, but instead of lemon and sugar, they put in ham sauteed with asparagus pieces and cheese - fantastic!! I'm excited to try this recipe!<br>Thank you!
Looks good,I guess.
Dutch babies? That's me, about 39.5 years ago!
It looks great, by the way...
I LOVE DUTCH BABIES!!! so delishh
That's gorgeous and much easier than I thought it would be! I'll definitely have to try this.

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