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  1. #1
    Wayne Guest

    Default Rec: An unusual breakfast dish

    My wife, Dee, makes these about every three months. If the daughter and
    granddaughter are in town, it is a MUST. Great with Maple syrple, but
    my waist line can't take them too often.

    Wayne


    Dee's Oven baked pancakes (Dutch babies)

    3 eggs beaten
    1/2 c flour
    1/2 c milk
    1/4 tsp salt
    2 tbs butter melted

    Preheat oven.
    Mix dry ingredients, add beaten eggs and milk.
    Melt butter in 8x14 " pyrex dish, add to mix.
    Pour into hot dish and bake at 450 degrees for 18 minutes reduce heat to
    350 for 10 minutes. Serve with your choice of toppings.


  2. #2
    ImStillMags Guest

    Default Re: Rec: An unusual breakfast dish

    On Mar 8, 12:40*pm, Wayne <cway...@charter.net> wrote:
    > My wife, Dee, makes these about every three months. *If the daughter and
    > granddaughter are in town, it is a MUST. *Great with Maple syrple, but
    > my waist line can't take them too often.
    >
    > Wayne
    >
    > Dee's Oven baked pancakes (Dutch babies)
    >
    > 3 * *eggs beaten
    > 1/2 c * *flour
    > 1/2 c * * milk
    > 1/4 tsp * *salt
    > 2 tbs * *butter melted
    >
    > Preheat oven.
    > Mix dry ingredients, add beaten eggs and milk.
    > Melt butter in 8x14 " pyrex dish, add to mix.
    > Pour into hot dish and bake at 450 degrees for 18 minutes reduce heat to
    > 350 for 10 minutes. Serve with your choice of toppings.


    do you cut it into squares? how thick does it bake up to be?

  3. #3
    Mr. Bill Guest

    Default Re: Rec: An unusual breakfast dish

    On Mar 8, 3:40*pm, Wayne <cway...@charter.net> wrote:
    > My wife, Dee, makes these about every three months. *If the daughter and
    > granddaughter are in town, it is a MUST. *


    Every time the grand kids are here we make them. The fun part is to
    open the oven when finished and let them see!! We call the Roller-
    coaster Pancakes...and the name seems to fit!


  4. #4
    Alfie Guest

    Default Re: Rec: An unusual breakfast dish

    On Tue, 8 Mar 2011 13:22:18 -0800 (PST), ImStillMags
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >On Mar 8, 12:40*pm, Wayne <cway...@charter.net> wrote:
    >> My wife, Dee, makes these about every three months. *If the daughter and
    >> granddaughter are in town, it is a MUST. *Great with Maple syrple, but
    >> my waist line can't take them too often.
    >>
    >> Wayne
    >>
    >> Dee's Oven baked pancakes (Dutch babies)
    >>
    >> 3 * *eggs beaten
    >> 1/2 c * *flour
    >> 1/2 c * * milk
    >> 1/4 tsp * *salt
    >> 2 tbs * *butter melted
    >>
    >> Preheat oven.
    >> Mix dry ingredients, add beaten eggs and milk.
    >> Melt butter in 8x14 " pyrex dish, add to mix.
    >> Pour into hot dish and bake at 450 degrees for 18 minutes reduce heat to
    >> 350 for 10 minutes. Serve with your choice of toppings.

    >
    >do you cut it into squares? how thick does it bake up to be?


    Yeah, I'm trying to get an idea of the end result too. Is it served in
    the pan and everyone just scoops out a portion or cut to squares and
    served on a plate as "pieces"?

  5. #5
    merryb Guest

    Default Re: Rec: An unusual breakfast dish

    On Mar 8, 2:24*pm, Alfie <Al...@NotReal.com> wrote:
    > On Tue, 8 Mar 2011 13:22:18 -0800 (PST), ImStillMags
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > <sitara8...@gmail.com> wrote:
    > >On Mar 8, 12:40 pm, Wayne <cway...@charter.net> wrote:
    > >> My wife, Dee, makes these about every three months. If the daughter and
    > >> granddaughter are in town, it is a MUST. Great with Maple syrple, but
    > >> my waist line can't take them too often.

    >
    > >> Wayne

    >
    > >> Dee's Oven baked pancakes (Dutch babies)

    >
    > >> 3 eggs beaten
    > >> 1/2 c flour
    > >> 1/2 c milk
    > >> 1/4 tsp salt
    > >> 2 tbs butter melted

    >
    > >> Preheat oven.
    > >> Mix dry ingredients, add beaten eggs and milk.
    > >> Melt butter in 8x14 " pyrex dish, add to mix.
    > >> Pour into hot dish and bake at 450 degrees for 18 minutes reduce heat to
    > >> 350 for 10 minutes. Serve with your choice of toppings.

    >
    > >do you cut it into squares? * *how thick does it bake up to be?

    >
    > Yeah, I'm trying to get an idea of the end result too. Is it served in
    > the pan and everyone just scoops out a portion or cut to squares and
    > served on a plate as "pieces"?- Hide quoted text -
    >
    > - Show quoted text -


    I just want to try the syrple...

  6. #6
    Alfie Guest

    Default Re: Rec: An unusual breakfast dish

    On Tue, 8 Mar 2011 14:38:40 -0800 (PST), merryb <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    >> >> My wife, Dee, makes these about every three months. If the daughter and
    >> >> granddaughter are in town, it is a MUST. Great with Maple syrple, but
    >> >> my waist line can't take them too often.


    >I just want to try the syrple...


    Ha! I read that so fast the first time, I didn't even notice the
    spelling!

    Roses are red
    Violets are purple
    Sugar is sweet
    And so is Maple Syrple

    Maybe that's where the spelling came from...hahaa

  7. #7
    ImStillMags Guest

    Default Re: Rec: An unusual breakfast dish

    On Mar 8, 1:54*pm, "Mr. Bill" <bb0...@gmail.com> wrote:
    > On Mar 8, 3:40*pm, Wayne <cway...@charter.net> wrote:
    >
    > > My wife, Dee, makes these about every three months. *If the daughter and
    > > granddaughter are in town, it is a MUST. *

    >
    > Every time the grand kids are here we make them. * *The fun part is to
    > open the oven when finished and let them see!! *We call the Roller-
    > coaster Pancakes...and the name seems to fit!


    So does it bake up in big lumps or something? Does it make bubbles in
    the dough that make it look all roller coastery???
    I"m having a hard time picturing this.

  8. #8
    Nancy2 Guest

    Default Re: Rec: An unusual breakfast dish


    > So does it bake up in big lumps or something? *Does it make bubbles in
    > the dough that make it look all roller coastery???
    > I"m having a hard time picturing this.


    You can bake them like popovers, or just in a single pan ... they
    bubble up in big humps here and there..... like Yorkshire pudding,
    sort of.

    N.

  9. #9
    gloria.p Guest

    Default Re: Rec: An unusual breakfast dish

    On 3/8/2011 5:30 PM, ImStillMags wrote:
    > On Mar 8, 1:54 pm, "Mr. Bill"<bb0...@gmail.com> wrote:
    >> On Mar 8, 3:40 pm, Wayne<cway...@charter.net> wrote:
    >>
    >>> My wife, Dee, makes these about every three months. If the daughter and
    >>> granddaughter are in town, it is a MUST.

    >>
    >> Every time the grand kids are here we make them. The fun part is to
    >> open the oven when finished and let them see!! We call the Roller-
    >> coaster Pancakes...and the name seems to fit!

    >
    > So does it bake up in big lumps or something? Does it make bubbles
    > the dough that make it look all roller coastery???
    > I"m having a hard time picturing this.




    Think "Yorkshire Pudding."

    If you compare the recipes, this is almost identical to Yorkshire
    Pudding using butter instead of beef drippings and it looks like
    the same dish. Depending on the shape of the pan (square or round) it
    can be served in squares or wedges, with syrup, fruit topping, or
    a squirt of lemon and powdered sugar.

    A similar dish is called apple pancake and is the same recipe poured
    over thinly sliced apples or even apple pie filling (or any other fruit.)

    gloria p

  10. #10
    ImStillMags Guest

    Default Re: Rec: An unusual breakfast dish

    On Mar 9, 12:52*pm, "gloria.p" <gpues...@comcast.net> wrote:
    > On 3/8/2011 5:30 PM, ImStillMags wrote:
    >
    > > On Mar 8, 1:54 pm, "Mr. Bill"<bb0...@gmail.com> *wrote:
    > >> On Mar 8, 3:40 pm, Wayne<cway...@charter.net> *wrote:

    >
    > >>> My wife, Dee, makes these about every three months. *If the daughter and
    > >>> granddaughter are in town, it is a MUST.

    >
    > >> Every time the grand kids are here we make them. * *The fun part is to
    > >> open the oven when finished and let them see!! *We call the Roller-
    > >> coaster Pancakes...and the name seems to fit!

    >
    > > So does it bake up in big lumps or something? *Does it make bubbles
    > > the dough that make it look all roller coastery???
    > > I"m having a hard time picturing this.

    >
    > Think "Yorkshire Pudding."
    >
    > If you compare the recipes, this is almost identical to Yorkshire
    > Pudding using butter instead of beef drippings and it looks like
    > the same dish. *Depending on the shape of the pan (square or round) it
    > can be served in squares or wedges, with syrup, fruit topping, or
    > a squirt of lemon and powdered sugar.
    >
    > A similar dish is called apple pancake and is the same recipe poured
    > over thinly sliced apples or even apple pie filling (or any *other fruit.)
    >
    > gloria p


    what makes them pop up all over....???? there's no leavening agent
    in the recipe




  11. #11
    Ema Nymton Guest

    Default Re: Rec: An unusual breakfast dish

    On 3/8/2011 6:30 PM, ImStillMags wrote:
    > So does it bake up in big lumps or something? Does it make bubbles in
    > the dough that make it look all roller coastery???
    > I"m having a hard time picturing this.


    Here are two photos of a Dutch baby pancake.

    http://www.facebook.com/album.php?ai...2&l=e23ef3697a

    Becca


  12. #12
    gloria.p Guest

    Default Re: Rec: An unusual breakfast dish

    On 3/9/2011 1:57 PM, ImStillMags wrote:
    > On Mar 9, 12:52 pm, "gloria.p"<gpues...@comcast.net> wrote:


    >>
    >>> So does it bake up in big lumps or something? Does it make bubbles
    >>> the dough that make it look all roller coastery???
    >>> I"m having a hard time picturing this.

    >>
    >> Think "Yorkshire Pudding."
    >>
    >> If you compare the recipes, this is almost identical to Yorkshire
    >> Pudding using butter instead of beef drippings and it looks like
    >> the same dish. Depending on the shape of the pan (square or round) it
    >> can be served in squares or wedges, with syrup, fruit topping, or
    >> a squirt of lemon and powdered sugar.
    >>
    >> A similar dish is called apple pancake and is the same recipe poured
    >> over thinly sliced apples or even apple pie filling (or any other fruit.)
    >>
    >> gloria p

    >
    > what makes them pop up all over....???? there's no leavening agent
    > in the recipe
    >



    The batter is poured into very hot fat in a preheated dish/pan. Like
    popovers, the heat causes the "rise."
    gloria p


  13. #13
    Chemo the Clown Guest

    Default Re: Rec: An unusual breakfast dish

    On Mar 8, 12:40*pm, Wayne <cway...@charter.net> wrote:
    > My wife, Dee, makes these about every three months. *If the daughter and
    > granddaughter are in town, it is a MUST. *Great with Maple syrple, but
    > my waist line can't take them too often.
    >
    > Wayne
    >
    > Dee's Oven baked pancakes (Dutch babies)
    >
    > 3 * *eggs beaten
    > 1/2 c * *flour
    > 1/2 c * * milk
    > 1/4 tsp * *salt
    > 2 tbs * *butter melted
    >
    > Preheat oven.
    > Mix dry ingredients, add beaten eggs and milk.
    > Melt butter in 8x14 " pyrex dish, add to mix.
    > Pour into hot dish and bake at 450 degrees for 18 minutes reduce heat to
    > 350 for 10 minutes. Serve with your choice of toppings.


    Believe it or not but Elmer's makes great Dutch babies.

  14. #14
    sf Guest

    Default Re: Rec: An unusual breakfast dish

    On Wed, 9 Mar 2011 12:57:26 -0800 (PST), ImStillMags
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    > what makes them pop up all over....???? there's no leavening agent
    > in the recipe
    >
    >

    I need to google this thread so I can see that recipe. If they're
    like a Yorkshire pudding, then they're like Dutch Babies and both use
    egg to leaven. You don't even beat the egg whites separately like a
    souffle, just whiz all the ingredients in the blender - or use a
    whisk.

    --

    Today's mighty oak is just yesterday's nut that held its ground.

  15. #15
    Jean B. Guest

    Default Re: Rec: An unusual breakfast dish

    gloria.p wrote:
    > On 3/9/2011 1:57 PM, ImStillMags wrote:
    >> On Mar 9, 12:52 pm, "gloria.p"<gpues...@comcast.net> wrote:

    >
    >>>
    >>>> So does it bake up in big lumps or something? Does it make bubbles
    >>>> the dough that make it look all roller coastery???
    >>>> I"m having a hard time picturing this.
    >>>
    >>> Think "Yorkshire Pudding."
    >>>
    >>> If you compare the recipes, this is almost identical to Yorkshire
    >>> Pudding using butter instead of beef drippings and it looks like
    >>> the same dish. Depending on the shape of the pan (square or round) it
    >>> can be served in squares or wedges, with syrup, fruit topping, or
    >>> a squirt of lemon and powdered sugar.
    >>>
    >>> A similar dish is called apple pancake and is the same recipe poured
    >>> over thinly sliced apples or even apple pie filling (or any other
    >>> fruit.)
    >>>
    >>> gloria p

    >>
    >> what makes them pop up all over....???? there's no leavening agent
    >> in the recipe
    >>

    >
    >
    > The batter is poured into very hot fat in a preheated dish/pan. Like
    > popovers, the heat causes the "rise."
    > gloria p
    >


    Then why does it also work to start the popovers in a cold oven
    and cold pan?

    --
    Jean B.

  16. #16
    Dan Abel Guest

    Default Re: Rec: An unusual breakfast dish

    In article
    <[email protected]>,
    ImStillMags <[email protected]> wrote:

    > On Mar 9, 12:52*pm, "gloria.p" <gpues...@comcast.net> wrote:


    > > Think "Yorkshire Pudding."
    > >
    > > If you compare the recipes, this is almost identical to Yorkshire
    > > Pudding using butter instead of beef drippings and it looks like
    > > the same dish. *Depending on the shape of the pan (square or round) it
    > > can be served in squares or wedges, with syrup, fruit topping, or
    > > a squirt of lemon and powdered sugar.
    > >
    > > A similar dish is called apple pancake and is the same recipe poured
    > > over thinly sliced apples or even apple pie filling (or any *other fruit.)


    > what makes them pop up all over....???? there's no leavening agent
    > in the recipe


    I've read that the eggs are the leavening agent, just like for popovers
    and yorkshire pudding, which also have no other leavening than the eggs.

    --
    Dan Abel
    Petaluma, California USA
    [email protected]

  17. #17
    sf Guest

    Default Re: Rec: An unusual breakfast dish

    On Wed, 09 Mar 2011 19:37:49 -0500, "Jean B." <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Then why does it also work to start the popovers in a cold oven
    > and cold pan?


    Heat. They won't rise like that if you put them into the refrigerator
    instead of the oven.

    --

    Today's mighty oak is just yesterday's nut that held its ground.

  18. #18
    Jean B. Guest

    Default Re: Rec: An unusual breakfast dish

    sf wrote:
    > On Wed, 09 Mar 2011 19:37:49 -0500, "Jean B." <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >> Then why does it also work to start the popovers in a cold oven
    >> and cold pan?

    >
    > Heat. They won't rise like that if you put them into the refrigerator
    > instead of the oven.
    >

    Obviously, I know that. But it is not the heat from a preheated
    pan and oven. I also think the eggs must do it.

    --
    Jean B.

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