Step 4: Serve

Clean the strawberries and slice them in half. Cut the Dutch Baby into wedges and serve warm topped with mascarpone cheese and strawberries.

<p>You cover image was found on the internet on over 6 different sites. IS it yours or not?</p>
<p>Of course it is mine. Every single image I've ever posted on Instructables (and on my blog, of course) is mine. If you would take the effort to browse my blog, you would easily recognize my hands (and rings).</p><p>I am not offended if people are using my images as long as they don't take credit for my work. A link back would be nice. :)</p>
<p>this seems like a sweetened version of yorkshire pudding .. can't wait to try it :)</p>
<p>Thank you very much! You&rsquo;re absolutely right! It is exactly<br>a sweetened, custardy Yorkshire pudding. I hope you&rsquo;ll enjoy the recipe! :)</p>
<p>Beautiful pictures! </p><p>I love my with just a pinch of fresh lemon squeeze on top and sprinkle on with some powder sugar. </p>
<p>Thank you so much for your comment! Whenever I serve Dutch Baby for breakfast, I top it with lemon juice and powdered sugar as well. I like to add also about half a tablespoon of butter to melt into a divine sauce. :)</p>

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