Crazy Pancakes

"These are so fast and easy. Something a little different for breakfast. They are wonderful with maple syrup drizzled on top, and no need to butter."
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  • Melt butter in 9 by 13 pan in 425° oven.
  • Meanwhile place all ingredients in a blender and blend well.
  • Leave pan in oven with butter and pour batter over butter.
  • Carefully close oven and cook 15-20 minute.
  • Pancake should rise up and get golden brown. When you take it out of the oven it will fall.

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  1. I have been eating this all my life. The recipe came to me from my mother called a Dutch Baby. I do not know where she got it but it is the easiest dish to make and fun to watch as is rises. The funny part is it tastes just like french toast to me.
  2. We make this alot on the weekends. It is like yourkshire puddings. I alway fry up some apples and maple syrup to serve on top.
  3. I love these! I have been making them for years and they never get boring. In our house they are called Dutch babies (German) though, and we like to top it with cinnamon and sugar and fruits.
  4. Maybe you guys have different flour in the States. I tried this recipe, although noting that there were no raising agents in the list of ingredients. Mine was flat in the middle and crazy on the sides. My husband laughed at it and asked that I please stick to normal pancakes in the future.
  5. This is also a German pancake, or pannekoeken. Love it! I add ham or bacon for a more filling meal to feed the hubby, but me and the kids love it as written with syrup or jam! We also put taco seasoned hamburger in the filling and top like a taco, or top with met, taters, and brown gravy, or put chicken fried steak chunks, hash browns, bacon, and country gravy on top for a stellar breakfast!! If you love eggs you will love this recipe!


  1. These puffs are great with crumbled cooked sausage or bacon mixed in. Shredded cheese and minced onion are excellent, too, if you're feeling savory.
  2. If you used only 3 eggs this would almost be 2/3 of the recipe for German Pancakes which is 1 1/2 cups of milk and flour and 4 eggs 2 tlb spoons of sugar and 1/4 cup of butter. I know it by heart because I have made it sooooooooo many times most of the time I don't even really measure because I know what it should feel like when mixing it, which I do with a whisk. Puffs up really high and we top it with more butter, lemon juice and powdered sugar. My family has made this since I was little, it came to us through my fathers BF's wife. I usually zest the lemon than squeeze it into a container with the zest for a more lemony flavor.
  3. I tagged this in 1-2-3 hits because it sounded good. But then I realized that I had made something similar to it before and we didn't like it, so I almost changed my tag. I'm really glad I did not. I'm not sure if the difference was that this is made in the blender (so everything is well mixed) or what, but we enjoyed this. I used whole wheat pastry flour instead of white and skim milk. Very easy to make pancakes and also good reheated with a little vanilla ice cream on top!



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