Monday, May 23, 2011

Our Favorite Breakfast!

Our  MAY DAYS  pancakes! 
 Puffed high and filled with sliced fresh strawberries.
A sprinkle of lemon juice and a dusting
 of powdered sugar top them off.
Also known to us as strawberry oven puffed pancakes.
We usually just share a small one because
we enjoy these several times a week.
This is the batter for the small one ready to go into the oven.
 It's the single serving one in the picture. 
This is the double size in a pie dish ready to bake.
Here it is rising in the oven.
Remove from the oven when it's puffed and golden.
This double sized one should serve 2-4.
I love this recipe because while it is baking in the oven for 20 minutes 
 I have plenty of time to set the table and make coffee.
My favorite way is to add warm milk to the
 freshly brewed coffee 
then give it a good whirrrr with my coffee frother.
I'm addicted to that aerolatte frother.
aaaahhh!
For the complete pancake recipe click  HERE.
I hope you enjoy them and let me know.

Links: Stroll Thru Life, Southern Hospitality,
It's A Very Cherry World

19 comments:

  1. Yum, terrific idea for a delicious breakfast! Love the frother - will have to look for one!
    Have a great week
    Kathy

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  2. Your pancake looks like what I call Dutch Baby-boy are they good! It's so much fun to see it all puffed up as it comes out of the oven-enjoy:@)

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  3. My recipe is called Dutch Baby, too!! Yours looks absolutely delicious! I have not made these in years! I have NEVER made them for Louis Dean......guess I shall remedy that soon. I am going to use your recipe because who knows WHERE mine is!!! Thank you......

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  4. Hi Rita, this looks delicious! Do you need to grease the pie plate if you double the recipe or will it come out ok? I would like to try this! Linda

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  5. We call our recipe Dutch Babies too! My kids now love to make them themselves. The strawberries take them over the top! I even love them without anything because they are so buttery. Just gorgeous on the table too, just like you!

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  6. Yum, yum, yum!! Wonderful post ~ I'm really hungry now. Give those three sweet pups big hugs from me!

    Love,
    Susan and Bentley
    xxoo

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  7. Oh, my goodness! I want to be at your table! I love puffed pancakes (dutchbabies around here) and latte'!

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  8. I have never seen a puffed up pancake like this, it looks YUMMY!!!!!!!!!

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  9. Yummy pancake! Great idea!Just want to be at your table:)
    Hope to see you on my blog:)

    Sanghamitra.

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  10. I've got friends coming in for the Holiday weekend, this will be perfect. THANKS!

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  11. Hi Rita...I'm dropping by from A Stroll Thru Life. Your pancake has me drooling....how delicious and it looks so elegant. A beautiful presentation and I'll bet it tastes wonderful. Thanks for the recipe. I'd love if you'd drop by and visit with me sometime when you have a chance. Happy Tuesday!

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  12. Oh we love these. We have them quite often for dessert. They are so good with just some melted butter and powdered sugar. Yours looks wonderful. Thanks so much for joining TTT. Hugs, Marty

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  13. I am popping over from Rhoda's recipe party. Hope you enjoy my orange muffins (link #99.)

    This baked pancake looks so good and fun. I have always wanted to make it. Thanks for the recipe.

    Fondly,
    Glenda

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  14. I love these pancakes which we call dutch baby souffle. They are so easy and soooo yummy!!

    I like your wine bottle idea for a border. I just broke another beautiful plate and am planning on making a plate border with all the ones I keep breaking!

    So glad you like my shade idea- I would love to see yours when you get it done!

    bee blessed
    mary

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  15. I am afraid that would be too rich for me. When I get pancakes, I just one the plain old kind with the regular maple syrup.

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  16. Who could possibly resist those pancakes? I know I couldn't!

    WOMAN IN THE SCARLET COAT

    Woman in the scarlet coat,
    Are you heading for a boat?
    Or perhaps you need a bus
    To get far away from us.
    Whether wheels or sails you take
    Don’t forget the chocolate cake
    To sustain you on your way;
    Red-clad damsel, now we say,
    “Go with grace, enjoy the ride,
    See you on the other side!”


    © 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher

    Faded Red Sidewalk

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  17. I love Dutch Babies! My husband and I had them for the first time on our honeymoon at a lovely B & B 21 years ago and we have loved them since. I haven't made any for a few years though. We have been talking lately about making some for Baby Bee to try. Thanks for some added inspiration!

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  18. Those pancakes look scrumptious!

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  19. I think I'll try these, because to me there's nothing worse than standing over a hot stove making pancakes! It all looks like the makings for a very special breakfast!
    Happy REDnesday,
    Carol

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