Dutch Baby Pancakes

Serving dutch baby pancakes with fresh fruit and maple syrup
Get ready to add maple syrup!

Imagine brunch at its finest with Dutch Baby Pancakes

Served hot from the oven and right out of the pan all you need is a garnish of fresh berries or seasonal fruit, a light dusting of icing sugar, and a little maple syrup on the side.

From the kitchen Baby Dutch Pancakes

For beginner and experienced cooks, a delicious recipe everyone can make!

Dutch baby pancake with fresh berries as a garnish

One recipe: two styles

No matter how much or little you know about creating brunch for a special occasion, you can make this spectacular Dutch Baby Pancake.

Most recipes are brief in their descriptions, which is fine when you already know how to cook.

However, what if, you are a beginner?
Or, like many people, you prefer more direction, photos, and checklists while you cook? 

This recipe pack has both styles for beginners and experienced cooks!  

Plus, you’ll get brunch invitations that no one can resist.

Brunch invitations included
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You'll also get:

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Photos and instructions for beginners

If you are a beginner . . .

That’s where this recipe excels.

Not only do you get an ingredient list, but it is designed with checkboxes so you will not get confused.
Simply check off the boxes as you go along.
We do the same for your equipment list!

We doubled the recipe preparation time so it is more realistic for you and broken down the steps.
You’ll get extra photos and descriptions.
There are helpful tips before you begin, then more throughout the recipe.

Recipe, games, and shopping list

If you are experienced

The recipe is laid out in the traditional manner you’ve come to expect.
You won’t have the equipment list or tips along the way. 

And, instructions are brief, just how you like them because you’ve already imagined this dish on the table!

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Treat yourself to brunch this weekend!

Dutch Baby Pancakes served with maple syrup and fresh berries
Add a drizzle of maple syrup - yum!

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