Sunday, March 9, 2008

Lookit this breakfast Aaron made this morning.

Dutch baby! This is the first time he's made it in the cast iron skillet my mom found for us.

It think it makes the Dutch Baby super poofy which is the cool thing about Dutch

Oh and the song I like to sing when we have one... (to the tune of Beach Boys "Beach Baby")

*Dutch Baby, Dutch Baby hot in the pan, Gonna taste so good with powdered sugar!*

Here is the Dutch Baby recipe...
4 eggs
1 cup flour
1 cup milk
1/8 teaspoon salt
4 tablespoons butter

Cut butter into a cast iron pan and heat in a 400 degree oven until the butter melts. While butter is melting, mix other ingredients together. Pull the pan out of oven, pour batter into it and return to the oven. Bake until puffy and browned, about twenty minutes.


  1. Oooh, do you like the recipe you used? Please post it here -- I haven't found a satisfying Dutch Baby recipe yet!

  2. They are excellent Jenny. I have a good apple one if you want.


  3. Yes, please, please, please share the recipe. It looks so delicious! And what size cast iron skillet will I need? K x

  4. please post! I haven't been able to find a good recipe either. Need to work on getting a cast iron skillet too. :)


  5. MMMM that looks SO GOOD!!!...and your table looks adorable!

  6. That looks delicious and I think your Easter decor looks fantastic.

  7. Oh, that Dutch Baby came out wonderfully. I was just telling Toni I need to make these at home when we were out having breakfast at the Original Pancake House last weekend.

  8. Coming from Yorkshire, UK as I do, I'm proud and happy to share with you that your Dutch Baby is almost identical to a Yorkshire Pudding; differences are that Yorkshire puds are cooked in superheated beef dripping (collected while roasting the beef straight on the oven bars with a cast iron pan underneath..) the mix is almost the same but without the butter.. Yorkshire Puds are traditionally served, filled with gravy, before the main meat meal.. Wonderful!