Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 10 mins

These popover-like pancakes have a delectable fruit topping!Serve with your favorite fresh fruit.Get these on the table while they still have their puff!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Heat oven to 425*.
  2. In medium bowl, beat eggs slightly.
  3. Add flour and milk; beat with rotary beater until combined.
  4. In oven, melt 1 tbls.
  5. margarine in each of two 9-inch glass pie plates; spread to cover bottom.
  6. Pour batter over margarine in pie plates.
  7. Bake at 425* for 10 to 15 minutes or until golden brown.
  8. (Pancakes will form a well in the center and edges will puff up.) Spoon fruit into center of pancakes.
  9. Sprinkle with brown sugar and top with sour cream.
  10. Serve immediately.
  11. Yield: 4 servings.
Most Helpful

We enjoyed the oven pancakes very much. I Cut the recipe in half for the two of us and used sugar twin brown suger with no fat sour cream. It turned out quite puffy, reminded me of puffy yorkshire pudding. Simple and easy to make and quick too. We put blackberries from the freezer in the middle. Another time I might add a little sweetener to the puff, just so it wouldn't seem quite like yorkshire , but all in all it is a good recipe, something different. Thanks for sharing Sharon123.

Derf November 24, 2002

I love oven baked pancakes and this recipe was wonderful, quick and easy to make. It puffed up beautifully. I made the pancake in individual pans so that we could each have our own favorite toppings. My dh had bananas and icing sugar on his, while I had bananas, blackberries and sour cream with the brown sugar. The brown sugar was a nice addition, making for a lovely sweet breakfast treat. Thanks for sharing another winner Sharon. Made for Aussie Swap

Baby Kato February 06, 2012

This recipe is a nice one for a special occasion or for a weekend breakfast. I have a similar recipe ( Gramma's German Pancakes With Honey Butter ), so I made this one using some of those techniques (put the ingredients in the blender and bake in cast-iron frying pans). The results were fabulous! We served with Honey Butter and the boys were licking their chops! In fact, I had to make a second batch--which requires some patience, since these take a bit of time to bake--but well-worth the wait! *ZWT 6 - Germany*

Debber May 20, 2010