This Dutch baby can load up with ice cream, yogurt, seasonal fruit, berry sauce or whatever you like. This one pan vanilla bean Dutch baby served with ice cream and homemade blueberry sauce has a fabulous taste. It also looks gorgeous with a snowy sprinkling of confectioners' sugar and beautiful blueberry sauce. So here are the steps to make the homemade blueberry sauce and this one pan vanilla bean Dutch baby.
After the Dutch baby is baked about 15 minutes, start watching the oven. Pop on the light, and you can entertain small children for a good five minutes or more once the rise starts. The Dutch baby will start huffing and puffing and it looks as if it’s dancing as it rises. As for the key to a good Dutch Baby, you need to make the batter the night before. It needs to rest in the fridge for at least 6 hours; otherwise, it will be too eggy. That is good news for your Sunday morning, as you can simply bake off your Dutch Baby while you’re making coffee. I’ve made several Dutch Baby recipes over the past years and enjoy how a simple prepared batter can transform into a crowd-pleasing breakfast or brunch dish. You can save your time by preparing the batter ahead if you really hurry in the morning. Since it is quick to prep and doesn’t need many attentions while cooking, and it is easy to scale up, a big Dutch baby is perfect for feeding a crowd. Just make sure everyone's sitting down and ready to eat, and then you can remove it from the oven. Since it deflates and cools quickly, so you can serve it immediately. When you need to serve a large group of people, it is a great choice to choose to bake this delicious dish.
Next time, I will introduce you another tasty and easy Cast iron skillet recipe----EASY MARGARITA POLENTA PIZZA SKILLET recipe. It is a kind of a quick easy twist to the classic Italian Margarita pizza. So be waiting for my next recipe.