Scrape down the sides and then blend for half a minute in a loose batter Rest the batter for 20 minutes to give the flour time to absorb the liquid Pre heat the oven at 450°F and heat the cast iron skillet in the oven while it heats When the oven is hot remove the skillet from the oven, add the butter and swirl the pan to melt the butter Pour the batter in the skillet and place the skillet back in the oven Bake the Dutch baby until the pancake is puffed and brown in 20 to 25 minutes Decorate with fruit and dust with icing sugar Serve from the pan or cut into wedges
Dutch Baby Pancake are a great when you don't have the patience to stand and flip pancakes. Strawberry Dutch Baby Pancake2 cups strawberries, cut in half1/4 cup coconut flour1/4 cup almond flour2 Tbsp cornstarch or tapioca starch (omit for paleo and add 2 Tbsp almond flour)3/4 tsp orange zest1 tsp sweetener of your choice (sugar, honey, etc)1/2 baking powder1/4 tsp salt3 large eggs1/2 cup milk (substitute coconut or almond milk for a dairy free option)1 tsp pure vanilla extract2 Tbsp butterPreheat oven to 450 F
Potato lovers rejoice. If you've never tasted an Irish Boxty, you are in for a treat. When I visited Dublin a few years ago, I saw these on the pub and restaurant menus, and couldn't believe how expensive they were, given that this is one of the tastiest and least expensive meals you can make at home
Basic Dutch BabyPancake Fridays. On Saturday night, my long-lost friend S was craving pancakes. She whipped up a batch of incredibly cakey gingerbread pancakes speckled spices, reminding me that I had been meaning to develop a gingerbread pancake recipe for all you pancake lovers
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