Dutch Pancake: Smiles for Breakfast

These days, I’m in a perpetual search for what look to be great recipes. What makes it great is that: 1. Final product looks like it would be delish 2. It seems fairly easy to make 3. Ingredients are ones I have lying around.

This one checked off all of the boxes, and I was even able to not only test it out, but tweak the recipe to our liking (adding a bit of sweetener into the ingredients). It’s called Dutch Pancake, which I discovered after a brief virtual stroll through Google University, as it was sold to me as “German Pancake”. Seems we’re either getting our regions wrong, or regions are standing claim for wonderful cuisines that get passed down the line.


Dutch Pancake: Smiles for Breakfast, Guaranteed


Anyhoo, this is super duper easy to make. I’ll gather the ingredients and have the recipe up on my site shortly. It’s really delish.

Dust them with powdered sugar and a generous drizzle of syrup for an utterly divine breakfast


Dutch Pancakes


6 extra large eggs

1 cup milk

1 cup flour (all purpose, but I wonder if you could substitute and make this healthier with almond flour.. someone please try this out!)

1/8 cup sugar

Salt – dash

1 tsp vanilla extract

Butter – 4 tbsp



Preheat oven to 425°F

Whisk together the eggs, milk, flour, sugar, salt, and vanilla.

Lay out parchment paper in a 9×13 inch baking pan. Melt the butter and spread over the parchment paper.

Pour the batter onto the melted butter and bake for around 25 minutes, or until the entire thing becomes all puffy and beautiful!

Dust with sugar before serving.

Dutch Pancake: Smiles for Breakfast, Guaranteed

This puffed up sweet 'thang is simply perfect to serve first thing in the morning, and especially great for company ('cause so easy and impressive).


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