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Oven Baked Pancake

Monday, March 26, 2012

I am so excited to share some yummy goodness with you all today!

A couple months ago we took a trip to visit some family and stayed with my amazing cousin Karen.  She is one of those moms that puts other moms to shame.  Not only is her house gorgeous and filled with so many unique personal touches, it is also one of those places where you just feel right at home.  It was almost as good as being at Disneyland for the kids (she even has a pull down attic space just for her kids to play)!  You might remember her from this Christmas post in which I talked about the most amazing Toffee ever created!! 

She made us a breakfast that was to die for and I have not been able to get it out of my head!  She has been kind enough to share her Aunt Joanie's recipe with me and to spread to my amazing readers!!


Oven Baked Pancake
6 T. butter
6 eggs
1 1/2 cup flour
3/4 t. salt
2 1/4 cup milk

Preheat the oven to 450 degrees. In a 9 x 13 baking dish, in the oven, melt the butter. While the butter is melting (keep your eye on it!), blend all the other ingredients together in a blender. When the butter is melted, carefully pour the batter into the pan. Bake for 15 minutes, then decrease the heat to 400 (without removing the pancake) and bake for 10 minutes more. Serves about 5 hungry kids! :)

My girls were so excited to make this because they always talk about how much they liked "Aunt Karen's" breakfast and that we never have anything that good...




Now how easy is that!  Doesn't this look amazing!!


I topped mine with powdered sugar and berries...I believe this is what will be served in Heaven ;-)


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8 comments:

Just Simply Live said...

Oh my that is the most amazing thing I have ever seen.I am sooo making that.

Eschelle said...

What a neat idea i would have never thought of that, WAAAY better than sitting at a frying pan trying to make em or a skillet for that matter.

4you-withlove said...

YUM!

Mary Sullivan Frasier said...

Hi Brooke! What a fantastic way to serve pancakes to a crowd! I may just have to make this for my Easter brunch. It certainly does look heavenly! :~)

Shiloh said...

We make something like this too. It's delicious!

Stuff and Nonsense said...

we make these
in round cake pans
and call them Dutch Babies
(don't know why!)

but yes
they are fabulous

thanks for sharing at Fridays Unfolded!

alison

Bead Diva said...

We make them in an oblong pan, sans salt and like the above post, they're called Dutch Babies. Somewhere I have the recipe whereby you can scale it to any size serving - the ingredients are proportional. And they ARE delicious!!!

Bead Diva said...

We make them in an oblong pan, sans salt and like the above post, they're called Dutch Babies. Somewhere I have the recipe whereby you can scale it to any size serving - the ingredients are proportional. And they ARE delicious!!!

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