Photo Credit: Two Peas and Their Pod
Whether you call it a dutch baby pancake, a German pancake, a Bismark or a Dutch puff they’re simply a delicious breakfast dish that’s similar to Yorkshire pudding. We love to add these to our Saturday breakfast repertoire. The kids refer to them as the “puffy” pancakes in our house. You can make them in one large pan or smaller individual ones. Either way they won’t last long. We’ve compiled 7 dynamic Dutch baby pancake options for you to try and you can find them all after the jump.
Apple Ginger Dutch Baby Pancakes 1 of 7Sweet, soft and custard-y. Apples, ginger & cardamom blend together well and because the pancake itself is not too sweet, the sweetness of the other ingredients isn't overwhelming.
Make apple ginger Dutch baby pancakes
Pineapple Dutch Baby Pancakes 2 of 7Do traditional pancakes make you nervous? Dutch baby pancakes are Incredibly easy to make because they're baked so there's no worrying about flipping.
Make pineapple Dutch baby
Dutch Baby Pancakes with Apples 3 of 7Traditionally served with lemon and powdered sugar, this Dutch baby pancake also incorporates sauteed apples with cinnamon and toasted almonds.
Make Dutch baby pancakes with apples
Dutch Baby Pancakes with Strawberry Sauce 4 of 7These enormously fluffy pancakes are sweet and light. They're drizzled with sweet and sticky preserved strawberry syrup.
Make Dutch baby with strawberry sauce
Dutch Baby Pancakes with Berries 5 of 7Break out your skillet. You'll want to make this dutch baby pancake topped with mixed berries, maple syrup, whipped cream, and a dusting of powdered sugar today.
Get recipe from Two Peas and Their Pod
Peach Dutch Baby Pancakes 6 of 7If you love the flavor of pancakes but don't love standing over the stove or griddle, this peachy keen peach Dutch baby pancake is for you.
Get recipe from Bran Appetit
Roasted Cherry Dutch Baby Pancakes 7 of 7One look at this photo and you'll want to make these roasted cherry Dutch baby pancakes with brown sugar cinnamon sauce. Your family will want you to as well!
Get recipe from The Kitchn
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