Dutch babies are a sort of pancake, typically cooked right in a cast iron skillet. They are puffy, light, and they’ve been compared to a sweet Yorkshire pudding, and are a fantastic way to start any morning.
These delicious pancakes step away from the traditional American flapjacks, not needing the assistance of maple syrup.
The real draw to this breakfast pastry is the way it puffs up in the pan. You end up with a delightfully crispy edge with an eggy center that only needs to be sprinkled with a little cinnamon and lemon juice, perhaps some confectioner’s sugar to tie it all together. Keep reading below for this great breakfast idea…
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