Add this easy Dutch baby pancake to your brunch repertoire
An impressive breakfast feast at home always begins with the best of intentions. There will be bacon! And eggs! And maybe pancakes! But as you're dragging out all of your pans, you realize that flipping all those individual pancakes will be a lot of work. Suddenly, you wish brunch would appear on the table, like magic.
Our Dutch Baby Pancake with Caramelized Pears and Toasted Almonds is the answer to your immediate brunch-time needs. The batter is made quickly in the blender and then poured into a screaming-hot pan coated with melted butter. The oven does the rest of the work, and in less than 20 minutes what emerges is nothing short of sorcery. What was once a thin, unassuming batter is now puffed up and standing tall over the edges of the pan. Its soft open middle just begs for warm syrupy fruit, crunchy toasted nuts and a dusting of powdered sugar.
Get more Dutch baby recipes:
• Make a Classic Dutch Baby with Lemon and Sugar
• Alton Brown's Simple Dutch Baby
• This Dutch Baby by Martha Stewart Looks Quick and Easy