Had left-over Italian sausage from Saturday Pizza Night and also used cheddar cheese. Your directions resulted in a fluffy and perfectly textured Dutch Baby. My wife used a little maple syrup on hers and it was suprisingly good. Will be a regular on our breakfast table. Thanks for posting...Had to come back and rave about this breakfast again. We've served this to guests many times now and always get raves. If you are reading this review, this is a 10 star recipe you have to try (try maple syrup or hot sauce on top). Thanks again for one of our most used breakfasts.
I tried this savory recipe with chicken, onion, bell peppers, garlic and bacon! So yummy!! Added 3 eggs, 3/4 cup gluten free flour mix, 1/2 cup almond milk, salt, pepper, red pepper flakes, garlic powder and onion salt. So good!!!30 minutes! Gluten and dairy free too!!!!
I always add green apple with mine too. It takes so good with the sausage, cheese and syrup. :)
We have been making and eating Dutch Babies (German Pancake) for years..the sweet variety, usually with syrup and sometimes with fruit, using the blender method and cast iron skillet. This recipe intrigued me so we had it today and it was delicious! I took your advice about the blending and it was wonderfully fluffy. I gave it a four star but my usually egg hating husband said give it a FIVE! THANK YOU Ps. It didn't collapse!
I'd never heard of a Dutch Baby, so I can't compare it to the sweet ones. Because this is fast, easy, and tasty, it will be making a reappearance at our Sunday morning table. The other half just loved it. It even makes for great leftovers the next morning. Just microwave on high for 30 seconds per serving (1000 watt microwave) and it's almost as good as when it came out of the oven.
Tasty and satisfying. I love Dutch Babies and as mentioned I always thought of them a sweet. The problem is the sweet ones don't fill me up. This one did! I'm happy to have stumbled upon this recipe!