Dutch baby pancakes are like a hybrid (or a love child, if you will) of a pancake, a crepe, and a popover — all in one giant skillet. It feels like a party trick, but for the breakfast crowd. I break these out whenever anyone in my house needs a little extra delight in their day.
Dutch Baby Pancake--This easy breakfast recipe yields impressive results. Simply whisk together eggs, flour and milk, then pour into a hot buttered skillet and place in the oven. Watch in amazement as the pancake rises out of the pan! The recipe can be made in one large skillet or two smaller ones. Make into a dessert by serving with cooked apples, peaches or other fruit.
Nun’s Puffs - It is basically a pate choux dough, (the same one used for cream puffs and eclairs) except it’s made with milk instead of water. The texture really reminds me of a popover or a Dutch baby pancake, crisp on the outside and the inside tastes like a crepe - Olga