A hot and puffy golden pancake that only requires 5 minutes of prep! This classic breakfast is always a huge hit at our house! Breakfast is always a struggle at our house because mornings are always so busy! I love to surprise the kiddos with a delicious and hot breakfast at least once a week …
Tried this for breakfast. Using another tip, I mixed up the batter the night before and refrigerated it. I didn't get the popover effect because it wasn't at room temperature, but that didn't bother us a bit. Delicious!
This was the easiest and most impressive Christmas morning meal--a new tradition. I would halve the butter and use 2 tablespoons, but we aren't huge butter people. We sprinkled the top with fresh lemon juice and powdered sugar and everyone LOVED! This makes 4 generous portions, because who wants to skimp on Christmas?
apple puff pancake recipe breakfast 4 tablespoons butter or coconut oil (but I prefer butter) 4 tablespoons sucanat/rapadura, divided ** ½ teaspoon ground cinnamon 2 large apples, peeled, cored, and sliced thinly ¾ cup whole milk 3 eggs ½ cup flour (I use unbleached all-purpose flour. You can use whatever you have) ½ teaspoon sea salt ½ teaspoon vanilla extract Instructions
Dutch Baby Puff Pancake, always known as the German Pancake is a combination of rich custard and a fluffy pancake. The batter is made in the blender and then cooked in the oven where it rises and puffs up to make a golden brown edge. Sprinkle on powdered sugar, a dollop of fresh whipped cream, and berries and you have the perfect EASY breakfast.