4 Reviews

I tried this a few weeks ago and have made it twice now. I didn't expect this to be as wonderful as it was. It puffed up so beautifully and the taste reminded me of french toast but without the bread (if you can imagine that). I buttered it and drizzled it with maple syrup and loved every bite! Thanks!

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FoodFromSicily June 09, 2012

Love this great recipe! So quick and easy to make, and it puffed up so high :) Topped with warmed applesauce mixed with just a little maple syrup for a tasty breakfast treat - thanks for sharing your recipe! Made for the Best of 2011 event, recommended by Nif

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loof January 27, 2012

I can't believe how quickly this cooks up and how so few ingredients can make such a great dish! This is so good! I left the butter in the oven for a tad too long so it browned but it didn't ruin the taste at all. I made this in a silicone cake pan and topped with raspberries, a squeeze of lemon juice and a sprinkling of icing sugar. I think that this would also be good with savoury toppings as well. Made for my adopted chef for PAC 2011. Thanks debiasio1089! :)

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Nif October 15, 2011

Wonderful!!! I made this as written and used my smaller cast iron skillet. So quick and easy to make and love how it puffs up. I topped mine with the powdered sugar and then some fresh sliced strawberries for a wonderful breakfast. Thanks for sharing the recipe. Made for the Fall Pick A Chef (PAC) Event.

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diner524 October 11, 2011
Delicous Dutch Baby