Beth’s Dutch Baby Pancake Recipe | ENTERTAINING WITH BETH

Beth’s Dutch Baby Pancake Recipe | ENTERTAINING WITH BETH

– Hey guys. Today I’m going to show you how to make one of my favorite breakfast treats. A Dutch Baby Pancake. I love this recipe because
it’s the perfect thing to make on a lazy weekend morning. And the best part is
I bet you already have all of these ingredients already on hand. So the first thing we’re going
to do is prepare our batter. So in a large bowl we’re going to add a half cup of flour, a quarter teaspoon of salt, a tablespoon of sugar, and just whisk that all together. Then we’re going to add a cup of milk and then whisk that together
until it’s nice and smooth. Then we’re going to add two eggs and a teaspoon of vanilla. Go ahead and just beat that
up and your batter is ready. Then the next thing we’re going to do is take out an oven safe skillet. So this is something that
can go right in the oven, so don’t use anything
that has a plastic handle. And we’re going to add in three tablespoons of unsalted butter and pop it in a 400
degree fahrenheit oven. Now we want to melt our butter in the oven so that our skillet also
has a chance to heat up. That’s going to help our pancake really become nice and risen and puffy. So as soon as your butter is melted, you can go ahead and pour in the batter. And then set your timer
for about 16 minutes. That’s when you want to check it. At that point, you want to make sure that the whole thing is nice
and risen up and golden brown, but it could take as long as 18 minutes. So just keep an eye on it. So the Dutch Baby is really best served right out of the oven, because it will start to
deflate on you as it sits. So you want to make sure
that you have everything on your table ready to
go so you can serve it as soon as it comes out of the oven. Then as soon as your pancake is done, you can bring it to the table. Dust it with some powdered sugar. And then you can also slice it into wedges and serve each one with
a squeeze of lemon juice. But it’s also really good with jam too, so you could also use your
favorite jam if you wished. I love this recipe
because it’s so comforting on a cold Winter’s day. It’s such an easy thing to whip together, and you will find it’s the
perfect little treat to enjoy when you’re just lounging
around on a Saturday morning reading the paper and
enjoying a cup of coffee. All right you guys. I’ll see you back here next
week for another easy recipe. Until then, bye. (upbeat music) ♫ You’re A-OK ♫ You’re sweet honey ♫ You’re fine, so fine ♫ You’re mine, you’re all mine ♫ Tic toc, tic toc ♫ It’s so hot, so hot ♫ Hot, hot ♫ Don’t watch, don’t watch,
don’t watch the clock ♫ You’re runnin’ out of time ♫ You’re fine, so fine ♫ You’re mine, you’re all mine ♫

100 thoughts on “Beth’s Dutch Baby Pancake Recipe | ENTERTAINING WITH BETH

  1. Hey Beth! Do you think your recipe will be able to fit into my 18cm skillet (it's reallly small)?? Or do I have to scale down the measurements? I really want to try it out! Thanks!

  2. can you to any good recipe with chicken thigh?  They are usually pretty cheap to buy so I get them often but I would like to learn different ways i can cook them.  

  3. Thanks for sharing, Beth. I'm always getting very excited whenever there's a new video on your channel. Can you please share a classic American recipe? Cheers from Australia 🙂

  4. Beth, would you ever make a cookbook of all your recipes? I've watch almost all your videos and have tried many of your recipes and absolutely love them all. I wish I had s print out of all you recipes in front of me at all times. Just so enjoy you and your work! I just smile so big when I saw a new vid post!! Thank you Beth for making my kitchen more fun :-)!

  5. My grandma used to make these a lot when I was little! My family would go to Greece and visit her. In the mornings, she would make these every morning. She was also famous for these because she would hold brunches every so often. This is a nostalgic recipe to me! Thanks for making it!!

  6. Beth, your Dutch Baby Pancake looks gorgeous and delicious! That wedge is so creamy and so yummy! It´s the perfect start of the weekend. Also i love because it´s a very nutritious dish for kids and adults.

    I hope you are having a wonderful weekend.


  7. Beth_you_are_amazing !!! I am not so much of a sweet-tooth but this one is really simple and great!!! I am going to give it a try! Also, could you please do a few videos on vegetarian main courses….i always run out of those. Thanks a trillion!!!!

  8. All of your recipes look sooo good!! Thanks for sharing them with us. It's always so fun to watch your video. And I am going to try this one out tomorrow and I know I'm going to love it! Have a great night/day! 💕

  9. Oh could you make something like a French mushroom soup thing? its white and has mushrooms in it I had them in La Madeline and its so good! I don't know the name of the soup though..

  10. Beth, can you please share with us delicious salmon recipes? I love salmon, but I want to know about more ways to cook it. Thank you! 🙂

  11. Your videos are absolutley great!! I love what you create in the kitchen, it inspired me alot. Keep up the amazing work and personality 😀

  12. I love your videos! Can you please make petit fours because I wanna see a foolproof recipe for my French project thank you so much!

  13. I have made this twice in the last week.I'm not a big fan of regular pancakes because they are so heavy but this little number was so light I truly was tempted to eat the whole thing. I also like the fact that it wasn't overly sweet. Can't wait to make it for my girls when they come home to visit. Thanks for all your yummy recipes and keep on sending them our way. God bless

  14. Made this today for breakfast, it was a hit all around! I added some cinnamon and nutmeg into the batter and put some thinly sliced apple on top for the second half of the bake, cinnamon in the powdered sugar to finish. Thanks Beth! 🙂

  15. I love your recipes very much, but i'm dying to know which song is playing at the end of this youtube Video. Can you please help me?

  16. I'm Dutch and I never saw this in my whole life haha. But it looks so good and I'm going to try this Recipe for sure!! I always love your recipes Beth! ❤️

  17. I'm dutch but NEVER seen this kinx of pancake and also dutch people never eat pancakes for breakfast they just eat it for dinner or snack 😁

  18. Do i have to use a skillet? is there any substitution? I don't have a skillet and would love to try this recipe 🙂

  19. great recipe, thank you, I am making this in the morning. So easy, so nice and in a few minutes! And so cute little song. What is it?

  20. Made this recipe today and the results were great the only thing that I changed was that I added more white sugar and they were yummy I never had dutch baby pancakes I was a little iffy about making it but this is going to be my new kind of pancake, thank you for sharing this recipe. 🍴

  21. Made this for the kids lunch and they love it! My picky daughter says" Mom, this is really good and I can't explain how good it is! Thank you for sharing your recipe! I think this will be a nice summer traditions from now on with my family.

  22. The way I do it in my family (my great grandma found a recipe on a paper in her village), is we put the batter on the pan, make sure it touches the whole base of the pan. Then, we take it out, butter it, put on powder sugar, then roll it up (like an omolette) and then put on a little more powdered sugar! 😋

  23. Looks delish, I grew up on these German Pancakes as mom called them. We'd slice it like a pizza and sprinkle with powdered sugar and also drizzle some lemon juice on. great vid thx…

  24. Someone on my CIC FB page posted a link to this video. Was my first time making it, first time trying it… OMG its AMAZING!!! Thankyou!!

  25. Thank you for a great video ! I wanted to make this ever since I watched a bobs burgers episode where Linda orders one ! Lol

  26. I love theses Dutch babies ……my ingredients are a little different however, if you heat your pan on stove top to very hot add the butter and then the batter, let cook on stove top for a minute or so, then place that in the oven I find it cooks better! I have never added sugar and I put 3 eggs. And 1/3 cup less milk, I’m trying your recipe…..thank you!

  27. I first had a Dutch baby when I visited San Diego, at this cute little restaurant,. Blew my mind. I love it. Hopefully I can make this. Thanks for the video

  28. Don’t have sugar just moved but thx sooooo much! Also I’m a Draper KID Sadie to be exact a big fan I love baking so thx!

  29. This is the simplest and best Dutch baby recipe, ever! I have used it twice so far and made it for breakfast today. It's quick, easy and most of all delicious! I add canned peaches to my mix is the only change! Thank you!

  30. I have tried this recipe and the dough is always raw even though the outside is brown and I can't leave it in longer because it will burn

  31. It's no mystery why you have almost half a million subscribers. You are awesome and the video is very enjoyable. I can't wait to make this for myself. You've just earned a fan (and subscriber) for life.

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