Make Mini Dutch Pancakes In A Muffin Tin

Dutch Baby pancakes, also known as German pancakes, are pancakes made with flour, butter and milk that are prepared in a special pan and flipped out when ready forming a ridge that can be filled with cream cheese, fruit jams, or other fillings. If you like this style of breakfast you can easily replicate a smaller version at home by using a muffin tin.

The idea comes from household weblog Real Mum Kitchen and a recipe for the pancake mixture is at the source link below, but you can use regular pancake mix in a pinch. Just make sure that you grease the tin so the pancakes remove easily and that you only use half the amount of batter that you would with a muffin. The batter will find its way up the side of the tin and form perfect pockets. Fill with whatever sweet or savory toppings you enjoy.

Mini German Pancakes [Real Mum Kitchen]


Comments

    The mini Dutch pancakes are called Poffertjes and these are not even close.

      What's your recipe?

      Was thinking just the same thing.. being Dutch and all was kinda amused! I bought a Poffertjes pan from Harris Scarf for $12 a few months ago, wack it on the burner, make up a mix and off you go!

    http://www.taste.com.au/kitchen/recipes/omas+poffertjes,18085

    But you can buy the mix in some Coles or Woolies shops as well. You do need a poffertjes pan though :-)

      I don't know if thats how my Oma made them... but she made good ones!

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