German Apple Pancake
Total TimePrep: 15 min. Bake: 20 min.
Family loved this recipe! I added a little cinnamon to the apples and used Goldens instead of tart apples and reduced the sugar. This recipe is definitely a keeper! Thank you for sharing. :)
I've been making this recipe for at least 45 years and they were called Dutch Babies They are best made in an iron skillet but I had 4 kids back then and used pie plates. ( you can't make them one at a time when they eat 2 each. And then there's the husband. They preferred powdered sugar sprinkled with fresh lemon juice. Soooo so good. Helen
Yummy desert, I doubled the apples but not the sugar or butter. It was delicious with ice cream.
Delicious and easy to make. I added cinnamon to the apples, and next time I make it I'll double the amount of apples.
I love these pancakes. We used to call them Dutch Babies. If you don't have apples, other fruits like preaches, strawberries or blueberries, or one's favorite can be used. My personal favorite is peaches.
Iv been making this for years.. .I use Brown sugar and cinnamon on top..Gives it great flavor...A hit with company..Looks impressive...I server with Greek yogurt and fresh fruit...
The same recipe I've been using for 50 years, we called it Popover Pancake. Yummy
Needs a teaspoon of vanilla in the pancake batter. Otherwise, it's perfect and delicious!
I've been making this recipe since Bountiful Harvest came out. It's delicious every time and a family favorite.
Wow. Wow. The only problem with this is that I'll be making it A LOT because it is so darn good. I added a little cinnamon and sprinkled a few sliced almonds on top of the apples, baked it a couple minutes with the apples and almonds. So darn good.