|Dutch Babies are a hit!
So I began researching how to make Dutch Babies, and I was relieved to find out that there are only about three billion different ways to make them. I also did not have time to do a practice run, so Taylor's birthday would be my first attempt. No sweat! I looked
Prep time - 10 minutes
Baking time - 18 minutes
Difficulty - as easy as falling out of bed
- 3 eggs
- 2/3 cup of milk
- 2/3 cup of flour
- 3-4 tablespoons of butter
- dash of salt
- dash of vanilla, cinnamon, and nutmeg (all optional)
1) Preheat oven to 450 degrees with a pie plate in the oven (many recipes call for a cast iron skillet. I tried both and found no difference between the skillet and the pie plate, except that the pie plate is much easier to clean)
|Guess which one has already had coffee.
3) When the oven is preheated, remove the pie plate and melt the butter, making sure to butter the sides as well.
*After the butter is melted, one optional step is to line the
bottom of the pie plate with peeled, sliced apples. This
makes for one delicious Dutch Baby.
|After melting butter, place apples in plate.
5) Put the pie plate in the oven and bake for 18-22 minutes, or until the sides are golden.
6) Remove from pie plate with a spatula, sprinkle with lemon juice and dust with powdered sugar (This is the most "traditional" according to my Aunt Kris, although I haven't seen her credentials. You can really put anything you want on top). To serve, cut or tear into pieces.
|Batter goes on top of apples
So many possibilities, so few Saturdays.
|Better than screen time!