Aunt Edith’s Baked Pancake
Total TimePrep: 15 min. Bake: 20 min.
This recipe should suggest toppings like fruit, syrup and butter, etc. I love these too but folks who haven’t had them don’t know they taste like eggs, not pancakes. You can dress them up as you please.
I made this for Sunday breakfast and it was Delicious! I Only used two eggs, very well beaten and it turned out beautifully, puffed about three inches above the edge of the pan! I Served it with sausages baked in the oven along with it and it was one of the best breakfasts ever! Thank You for this great recipe!
All you can taste is eggs. This is the worst recipe I have ever made from TOH. My husband wouldn't eat it and he is not very picky.
I call this a Dutch Baby. I have melted the butter in the frying pan in the oven still it is hot and melted then added the rest of ingredients well mixed. Put it back in the oven and watch it puff up. It will flattened as soon as its taken out of the oven so be sure everyone is around the table for the big reveal. I make a blueberry sauce to put over it. My recipe says a quarter a person but my husband and I just cut it in half and enjoy it. A quarter would never be enough. It's good for dessert, breakfast, lunch or a light supper. We love it.
3 large eggs 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/2 cup all-purpose flour 1/2 cup whole milk 2 tablespoons butter, softened Confectioners' sugar Lemon wedges
Ah, German pancakes. Been in my family for many generations. They are good.
Added tsp vanilla and made pears with ginger cinnamon butter and sugar simmered and put on top to serve. Excellent
In my family we call these Dutch Babies. I divide the batter between two smaller pans, baking individual ones for my husband and myself. (Seriously, you will want half of one, not just a quarter!)
This like my grandma's Yorkshire pudding.
add blueberries, yummy!!