Dutch Pancakes

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I had never heard of a Dutch Pancake until my husband made it for the first time.  Let’s break it down.  I mean, first off, how do you go wrong with “Dutch” (Did you know that I am 50% Dutch?) and PANCAKE!  Who doesn’t love pancakes?!?!

However, there is nothing that makes my joints hurt faster than a good old fashioned mixture of gluten and sugar…  So I decided to tackle this recipe, and change it so I could still enjoy this comfort food without paying the price later. <3

Ingredients

  • 3 Tbs butter, melted (1 Tbs for the pan, 2 Tbs for the batter)
  • 1/2 cup 1:1 all purpose gluten free flour
  • 3 Tbs honey
  • 1/2 tsp kosher salt
  • 1/2 cup whole milk
  • 2 large eggs

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
  2. Place 9 inch cast iron pan in the hot oven and let it preheat as well. (10-15 minutes)
  3. Dump all of the ingredients (minus 1 Tbs of the butter) in to a blender. (You can mix the ingredients in a bowl with a hand mixer if you prefer.)
  4. Mix on medium, until completely smooth.
  5. After the pan is hot, place 1 Tbs of butter in to your cast iron pan and let it coat the bottom.
  6. Immediately (before the pan has time to cool off) dump the pancake batter in to the center of the pan and place it back in the oven.
  7. Bake the pancake for 20 minutes. (Do NOT open the oven door!)
  8. Once the pancake begins to brown around the edges and the middle looks cooked, remove carefully from the oven.
  9. Let the pancake sit long enough for the center to “deflate”. Slice in to wedges and eat warm.

Tips

  • This recipe is a very forgiving one. My biggest tip here is to plan on making 2 of them. 😉

Serving Suggestions

  • Coconut whipped cream is always a great idea.
  • I love sauteing some fresh apples in butter and a little cinnamon to go on top.
  • I typically drizzle a little honey or real maple syrup over the top.
  • My kids love to sprinkle maple sugar over the top of theirs.
  • But sometimes I just eat it completely plane.  They are delicious all by themselves!

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