Dutch Baby/ German Pancake

"Wonderfully easy delicious pancakes"
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Ready In:




  • Preheat oven to 400.
  • melt butter or margarine in 9 inch pie plate
  • mix all other ingredients.
  • pour mixture into plate with th melted butter.
  • bake 45minutes.
  • cut into slices you desire, I generally do 4 pieces.
  • serve and enjoy.

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  1. Baby Kato
    This was absolutely wonderful. I love Dutch/German Puff Pancakes and this lovely recipe does not disappoint. Made exactly as written, but only made 1/2 the recipe as it was just for me... Lucky, lucky me. I garnished this treat with icing sugar and lemon juice. It was wonderful. Thanks for sharing a recipe that I will make again. Made for What's on the Menu Tag Game.
  2. LexiGirl 2
    Wow! This is an absolutely delicious and flavorful pancake. We loved each and every bite. My DH and I actually fought over the last piece. It's something that I plan on making again and again and...well, you get the idea. I left out the cardamom because it was really expensive and I didn't want to pay that much for something I had never tasted. I am glad I left it out because in my opinion, this Dutch Baby/German Pancake is more then tasty without it. After it finished baking, I added a little powdered sugar and that was it. So good and so very easy to make. It's a winner!
  3. Stovepipe
    My husband and I both thought this German pancake wasn't as good as the less heavy one I made last week. Also, the middle darkened quickly in my convection oven and I had to put foil over it to keep it from burning. My other recipe is the same as recipe #350484 except that it cooks at 450 degrees for 15 minutes. I liked the additions of lemon zest and cardamom in this recipe.
  4. Misty G
    Excellent! (I, too, made without cardamom.) A little thicker and denser than the ones I remember growing up with, but very tasty. We topped with powdered sugar and lots of lemon juice. I didn't have real lemons, so for zest I used bottled lemon peel & for lemon juice I used a non-concentrated lemon juice in the little lemon-looking plastic container.
  5. serendipitous
    What a great, easy, delicious recipe. The flavor and texture are amazing. The lemon really comes through and brightens up the dish. I usually add a little vanilla and/or almond extract. Thanks!


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