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  • Brenda Taylor Tustin

    Mini German Pancakes. Now everyone gets an edge piece (Bonus: they bake faster this way!) Made this tonight using the recipe on this blog. We all liked it well enough, but we have a favorite recipe that I will use next time. I mostly pinned this for the idea of using the muffin tins and to shorten the cooking time. Will try this again. :)

  • Nikole Montague

    Mini German Pancakes. Now everyone gets an edge piece (Bonus: they bake faster this way!) *** Kids loved how they looked (individual servings) and thought it was fun that the centers held the syrup like a cup.... Not as sweet as my other German Pancake recipe, but with the powdered sugar and syrup, that's a good thing. Would love to try it with fresh blueberries or strawberries, but alas, it is winter and I have none***

  • Keri Manheimer


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  • Marisol Knapp

    I haven't met one German that eats this, they don't even say pancake it crepes!

  • Jenna Louise

    My aunt by marriage grew up with her mom, who was born in Munich and didn't even come to the US until he was in her mid 20s, making these. My aunt calls them German pancakes as well. Her mom ate them with applesauce or jam, my aunt and her siblings with syrup and powdered sugar. She recently made them for me and I had them with just powdered sugar. They're quite different from crepes! Glad to see a recipe!!

  • Judy Gilmer

    Dutch Babies differ from crepes and pancakes by having more egg base than flour. And they squeeze the fresh lemon juice onto the dutch baby at the table, as well as the powdered sugar.

  • Jennifer Chevez

    My mom calls them crepes. Not German Pancakes. My whole family is German. Mama would make these for dinner and put ice cream or apple sauce with it and powdered sugar.

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German Pancake ♥ This eggy hybrid sits somewhere between a popover and a pancake, making for a breakfast that’s as impressive-looking as it is delectable. Serve it sprinkled with powdered sugar and a squeeze of lemon or topped with fruit preserves and a dollop of whipped cream.

  • Melinda Mena

    I love this for mornings when everyone wants pancakes and I don't want to be in the kitchen (shhh). More protein ( 4 eggs) than regular pancakes. It is a favorite topped with blueberries or sliced strawberries. Make sure everyone sees it before it deflates. =D

  • Melinda Mena

    My copy of this recipe calls for 1 C. milk, 1 C. flour and no sugar. Comes out big and puffy.

  • Janet Roberts

    Love this, I made for client's and they loved it

Didn't know they were called German Pancakes, we always call them Dutch Babies, but nonetheless they are a favorite!!!

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  • barb givens

    We serve these often; it puffs 2 to 4" above pan, so if you serve immediately it is quite a presentation!