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Arica's Dutch Baby Pancake
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What is a Dutch Baby Pancake you ask?
It is okay, we had to ask too!
Apparently a Dutch Baby is a ginormous pancake that you generally bake rather than fry. Because it doesn't using any leavening, it bakes up big and poofy and then settles right back down when it comes out of the oven. Then you can top if with either sweet or savory toppings making suitable for either breakfast or dinner.
Fun Fact: It has a ton of fun nicknames. Wikipedia lists it as being called everything from a Biskmark, to a Hooligan, to a Hootenanny.
Place a 12 inch cast iron skillet or 9 x 13 casserole dish into a cold oven, then preheat to 425°F.
In a mixing bowl, combine all purpose flour, granulated sugar, maple cinnamon seasoning and salt.
Add milk, eggs and vanilla and whisk together until you get a smooth consistency.
Once the pan is pre-heated, remove it from the oven and add coconut oil, making sure to coat the entire bottom of the pan.
Pour the batter into the pan and bake for 17-20 minutes until the pancake is nice and puffy and golden brown on top.
While the pancake is baking, add mixed berries and maple cinnamon seasoning to a small sauce pot, place the lid on and cook over low-medium heat for 5-7 minutes or until the berries are reduced and completely thawed, then use a fork to mash the berries.
Remove the dutch baby from the oven and spread the berry mixture over top.
Allow everything to cool for 5-10 minutes, then add powdered sugar and enjoy!
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We are so excited to try this in our test kitchen!