Prep Time 15 Minutes • Start to Finish 40 twinkles • 2 servings
Cinnamon Dutch Babies
¼ mug each- purpose flour
1 teaspoon sugar
¼ tablespoon ground cinnamon
¼ tablespoon swab
1 egg plus 2 egg whites
¼ mug warm milk( 105 °F to 115 °F)
¼ mug trouncing cream
1 teaspoon interspersed caramel ice- cream beating
Powdered sugar, if asked
mug fresh berries( similar as blackberries, blueberries and snorts)
1Heat roaster to 400 °F. Place two 5 ½- to 6- inch pie plates or shallow dish dish-
es on 12 ½ x9 ½ x1- inch visage. Place visage with pie plates in roaster for 5 twinkles.
2Meanwhile, in small coliseum, combine flour, sugar, cinnamon and swab until mix-
ed. In medium coliseum, beat egg and egg whites with whisk until well combined. Beat
in milk. Add flour admixture; blend well.( Admixture may be slightly lumpy.)
3Remove visage with pie plates from roaster. Spray pie plates with cuisine spray. Im-
mediately pour batter unevenly into hot pie plates. Return to roaster.
4Bake 18 to 20 twinkles or until fluffy and deep golden brown. Reduce oven tem-
perature to 300 °F( do not open oven door). Singe an fresh 5 twinkles.
5Meanwhile, in small coliseum, beat trouncing cream until soft peaks form. Beat in
caramel beating until blended.
6Immediately sprinkle Dutch babies with pulverized sugar. ladle whipped cream
and berries into Dutch babies. Serve incontinently.
1 Serving Calories 310; Total Fat 13g( impregnated Fat 7g, Trans Fat 0g); Cholesterol
130 mg; Sodium 440 mg; Total Carbohydrate 36g( Dietary Fiber 3g); Protein 11g Ex-
changes 1 bounce, 1 Fruit, ½ Other Carbohydrate, 1 Medium- Fat Meat, 1 ½ Fat
Carbohydrate Choices 2 ½
Exchange It Fruit similar as sliced fresh peaches, strawberries or bananas can be used in
place of the berries.
Kitchen Tip A Dutch baby is also known as a German hotcake. They’re veritably easy to
make! Each step in the form is important, however, for success. The pie dishes are
ahead and the milk warmed to help the Dutch babies air before the crusts
set. Also, do n’t be surprised when the Dutch babies fall back into the dishes as they
are removed from the roaster. This is fully normal.