German Pancake Recipe

Looking to impress your family over the holidays with an out of this world delicious and seriously easy recipe? Give German Pancakes a try. I promise you that regardless of what you’ve heard, this is a foolproof recipe. Clean up is a breeze, making it is simple and the results are an impressive and delicious treat your friends and family will ask for again and again.

With the holidays right around the corner it is nice to have easy yet impressive recipes up your sleeve and this one is no exception, how much easier can you get when you make it in the blender!

AND I’ve got a pro-tip for you to help make clean up even easier! Toss some dish soap in your blender with a few cups of hot water, turn it on and done! You might have a little wiping down left to do, but the majority of the dirty work has been done, especially down in the tiny parts that are hard to clean.

So, this recipe is so easy, but there are a few things I do a little differently than some other recipes. I like mine a little thicker than most, which is why my recipe calls for 9 eggs instead of what most do, which is 6. I also put a bit of cinnamon sugar on the top of mine, while some recipes call for powdered sugar. Either of these are great or a bit of syrup, it is very eggy and fluffy and depending on your taste.

And if you are looking for a delicious and easy idea for dinner the night before Thanksgiving, check out this post with an amazing Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookie recipe and some other great tips!

So, you preheat the oven to 425* and put the butter in your pan, in the oven to melt.

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Then you simply take the flour, milk, vanilla, salt, and eggs in a blender and blend until smooth!

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And then after 20-25 short minutes of agony waiting for this delicious Dutch Baby to rise, it will be fluffy and ready to eat! Your only problem will be if your family want seconds and you don’t have enough eggs!

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German Pancakes (Dutch Baby)
German Pancakes (or a Dutch Baby) Delicious, unbelievably easy to make, clean up is a breeze and your family and guests will be impressed! Fluffy and eggy!
German Pancakes
German Pancakes
  1. Combine Cinnamon and Sugar in a small bowl, set aside
  2. Preheat Oven to 425*
  3. Place Eggs, Flour, Milk, Salt, and Vanilla in blender and blend until smooth.
  4. Place Butter in 9' x 13' pan and place in oven.
  5. Once preheated and butter is melted, pour batter into pan. Dust with cinnamon and sugar. Bake 20-25 minutes, or until center is set and pancake is raised around the edges.
Recipe Notes

This is deliciously simple and very eggy. You can choose to leave off the cinnamon sugar and dust with powdered sugar, top with a little bit of syrup or simply enjoy with out any topping at all!

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3 Comments on German Pancakes: An Impressive and Delicious Holiday Breakfast

  1. Lauren
    November 20, 2016 at 9:33 pm (1 year ago)

    Sound delish!! I’m going to be making these thanksgiving morning- looks super easy yet yummy. Thanks!

      November 21, 2016 at 6:52 am (1 year ago)

      Awesome! They are SO easy. Let me know how they turn out and thanks for stopping by! 🙂

  2. Zesty Olive
    August 16, 2017 at 9:14 am (6 months ago)

    I love pancakes! This is a great recipe to try – beats flipping all those pancakes! 😉


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