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    How to Make German Pancakes Recipe

    German Pancakes (aka Dutch Baby Pancake or pfannkuchen) is an easy, frugal, and delicious recipe for Breakfast or anytime, Baked in the oven or skillet, it is sure to be a crowd pleaser!

    How to Make the Best Oven German Pancakes | Dutch Baby Recipe

    This oven German Pancake recipe originally published Feb 2012. It has been updated with new techniques and pictures for your convenience.

    Best Easy German Pancakes

    One of our favorite weekend breakfasts is German Pancakes! Commonly known as Dutch Baby Pancakes, or authentically called pfannkuchen.

    But no matter what you call them they are amazing!

    To get an idea of what they are like before trying the recipe, they are similar to the traditional Yorkshire Pudding or American Popovers. But slightly different.

    How to Make the Best Oven German Pancakes | Dutch Baby Recipe

    In Germany, you will often find them as Apfel pfannkuchen (Apple pancake), with apples baked right in. Which is delicious!

    But there are many different ways that you can top these mouthwatering dutch baby pancakes.

    Our first experience with German Pancakes we enjoyed fresh lemon juice sprinkled over the top. Then lightly dusted with powdered sugar.

    How to Make the Best Oven German Pancakes | Dutch Baby Recipe

    Since that first experience years ago, we have had fun over the years trying different topping ideas.

    My kids usually love the fresh lemon juice and powdered sugar dusting. And to make it extra special, we also add fresh fruit like sliced strawberries, blueberries and raspberries.

    How to Make the Best Oven German Pancakes | Dutch Baby Recipe

    But Miss Jade prefers to top the German Pancakes with my homemade Maple Peach Jam.

    I prefer my homemade no-cook strawberry Freezer Jam.

    How to Make the Best Oven German Pancakes | Dutch Baby Recipe

    Yet others also enjoy fresh buttermilk syrup or maple syrup on top.

    Dutch Baby German Pancakes Magic

    But the real magic of these Dutch baby German Pancakes is just how insanely easy they are to make.

    How to Make the Best Oven German Pancakes | Dutch Baby Recipe

    It only takes about 5 minutes of prep work, and then 20-25 minutes of baking and then you are ready to dig in.

    How to Make the Best Oven German Pancakes | Dutch Baby Recipe

    My kids love to see just how high we can get the German pancakes to puff.

    How to Make the Best Oven German Pancakes | Dutch Baby Recipe

    And every time we enjoy these Dutch babies, we never have leftovers! I actually have to bake TWO of these Oven German Pancakes to please our entire family of 6.

    How to Make the Best Oven German Pancakes | Dutch Baby Recipe

    If you have a lot of company coming that you need to feed, this is an excellent way to make feeding a crowd feel special but also insanely easy.

    When we have company, I often like to make Mini German Pancakes. That way there are displayed in an easy individual serving pancake that everyone can dress up how they like.

    Mini German Pancakes Recipe

    So if you are cooking for a crowd, or just want to make your Brunch party look fancy – try our Mini German Pancakes recipe HERE.

    Yield: 12

    Easy Make German Pancakes | Dutch Baby Pancake

    How to Make the Best Oven German Pancakes | Dutch Baby Recipe

    German Pancakes (aka Dutch Baby Pancake or pfannkuchen) is an easy, frugal, and delicious recipe for Breakfast or anytime, Baked in the oven or skillet, it is sure to be a crowd pleaser!

    Prep Time 5 minutes
    Cook Time 25 minutes
    Total Time 30 minutes

    Ingredients

    • 6 eggs
    • 1 cup milk
    • 1 cup flour
    • 1/2 teaspoon Sea Salt
    • 3 Tablespoons butter

    Instructions

    1. Preheat oven to 425 degrees.
    2. Place butter in 9X13 baking dish and place to warm in oven
    3. Combine eggs, milk, flour and salt into a smooth batter
    4. When butter is melted, swirl batter into the melted butter.
    5. Return to the oven and bake for 25 minutes
    6. Remove from Oven, slice into 12 equal pieces
    7. Drizzle with lemon juice and lightly dust with powdered sugar and serve

    Notes

    1. Areas in most contact with butter will puff and expand into large buttery, eggy mountains. This is normal. Don't fear, you are doing it right.
    2. German Pancakes (authentically called pfannkuchen) is similar to Yorkshire Pudding or American Popovers.
    3. Traditionally baked in skillet or oven, these can also be cooked in muffin tins to create single serving Mini German PancakeCan be topped with sls
    4. Can be topped with fresh fruit, no cook strawberry freezer jam, maple peach jam, or even apple slices.

    Nutrition Information:

    Yield:

    12

    Serving Size:

    1 slice

    Amount Per Serving: Calories: 110Total Fat: 6gSaturated Fat: 3gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 2gCholesterol: 102mgSodium: 157mgCarbohydrates: 9gFiber: 0gSugar: 0gProtein: 5g

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    leda

    Thursday 27th of December 2012

    We love these. We call them Dutch Babies. I don't know why.

    meegan whitford

    Wednesday 19th of December 2012

    I have never heard of this but it looks yummy and i think i will make this on christmas morning. Thanks for the recipe!

    ellen beck

    Sunday 25th of November 2012

    I have never heard of this and we have lot of this descent in our family- I am trying these and bookmarked it!

    Michelle J

    Monday 6th of August 2012

    Thank you for the yummy sounding recipes!! Can't wait to try a few!!

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