4 EggsPre-heat oven to 425. Place butter in skillet and melt in oven. While melting butter, mix eggs, milk, flour, and salt with beaters until foamy. Pour into skillet and bake.
½ c. Milk
¼ c. Flour
4 T. Butter (use less)
Serve with lemon juice and powdered sugar.
When I was on my mission, my companion, Elder Brown, made German Pancakes for us once. I’ve been making them a lot lately.
The recipe above is copied directly from Grammy Marian’s recipe card. I didn’t know until this year that this was something she loved.
The picture on the right shows a Dutch Baby with pureed frozen strawberry. It’s best to add some sugar to the strawberries, as they’re a bit tart otherwise.
Lemon is a great topping for these. One time, I also made an orange sauce that was really good too. I just juiced an orange, put in a little bit of orange zest, sugar, and cornstarch, and left it on the stove on low for a some time, while I went and did other things.
I usually just bake my Dutch Babies in a Pyrex dish or something. Sometimes I do it in the toaster oven, but then I have to be careful that it doesn’t puff up so high that it makes a mess inside there.