Yes, at first glance it looks like an apple pie. But as I learned growing up, Dutch baby pancakes are totally unique. Take this Cinnamon Apple Dutch Baby Pancake (my personal favorite). It is sweet, but not overly so. It has a delicate custardy texture. And it’s incredibly versatile. Serve it for a special weekend brunch dish, or add a scoop of vanilla (or cinnamon) ice cream for a mouthwatering dessert. You can experiment with spices, too; a pinch of cardamom and nutmeg would taste amazing.
Ready to whip up a Cinnamon Apple Dutch Baby Pancake for your family? Here’s how, in just a few easy steps.
Kelsey Banfield, The Naptime Chef, believes parents don't have to give up being foodies just because they have kids. Kelsey's website features webisodes, recipes and ideas on how to fit delicious food into everyday life, without compromising quality or taste. Kelsey is also the author of the newly published cookbook, The Naptime Chef Fitting Great Food Into Family Life.