Dutch Baby Recipe - How to Make Dutch Babies - German Pancakes

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  • Ruchika Sharma
    Ruchika Sharma 4 days ago

    "With this kind of stuff it's not a bad idea to stop half away through." Boy, I would say!

  • Ruchika Sharma
    Ruchika Sharma 4 days ago

    I thought the recipe would require a Dutch man. I don't understand when this turns to a baby.

  • joeyzze
    joeyzze 4 days ago

    Your voice is annoying

  • A Girl
    A Girl 5 days ago

    This looks a lot like my mother’s Yorkshire Pudding minus the lemon, vanilla and sugar and oil substituted for clarified butter. Looks delish ! 👍🏻💜

  • Rhaine E. Daize
    Rhaine E. Daize 5 days ago

    Try German roll kuchen... Very simple , fairly quick idea for you..

  • Em K
    Em K 5 days ago

    Yorkshire Pudding

  • Jonathan Wilson
    Jonathan Wilson 6 days ago

    Why does he talk like that?

  • lesley701
    lesley701 6 days ago

    This is just a giant Yorkshire pudding, sorry.

  • Fluffy Bunny
    Fluffy Bunny 7 days ago

    It’s basically a Yorkshire pudding pimped up with sweetness. I think I’ll stick to the savoury version served with roast beef!

  • L Sabetian
    L Sabetian 8 days ago

    Sir Chef J, thank you and a pleasure to watch...oh also may I add, yess besides your wonderful dishes, chivalry is a common ingredient🌺

  • Chris Trinder
    Chris Trinder 8 days ago

    Great! Will make this instead of our traditional pancake on our yearly Pancake Tuesday in the U.K. this year!

  • Melanie Cravens
    Melanie Cravens 8 days ago

    I'm doubling this recipe for my bunch looks delicious.

  • wxreckless
    wxreckless 9 days ago

    Can you mix the ingredients by hand?

  • koi
    koi 9 days ago

    I would like to eat one baby.

  • vitroz
    vitroz 9 days ago

    WTF?! Can’t you just speak normally, instead of the “up-talk” Please!

  • James Hall
    James Hall 9 days ago

    and enjoy i will

  • atomic mama
    atomic mama 10 days ago

    you're fun to listen to :^)

  • ursafan40
    ursafan40 10 days ago

    The narration on all his videos is worth listening alone.
    I am definitely trying this one. With sweet sauteed cinnamon apples

  • Tony Smith
    Tony Smith 10 days ago

    Chef John and his lilting three phrase voice drives the video gad

  • Arúviel Evenstar
    Arúviel Evenstar 11 days ago

    Ok, being Dutch it is totally not known here in the Netherlands. And Dutch are different people than Deutsch, which means German. It sounds very nice to eat though, I will try it. In The Netherlands we know pannenkoeken, poffertjes, drie in de pan, oliebollen, wafels, but not Dutch babies. We make Dutch babies by having intercourse with each other, not by baking them. 😏

  • Roen
    Roen 12 days ago

    lol im dutch and never heard of this xD
    (but the idea looks a bit like "wentelteefjes" ..............thats slices of white bread, soaked in milk and egg with cinamon, baked in a pan with butter, and then also served with sugar and butter... looking at this video my guess is that these almost taste the same, but we also have another food like this called "poffertjes" those are actually mini-pancakes, maybe those are what supposed to have been the dutch babies, because they are just smaller versions of what you see in this video, batter baked in butter and served with sugar)

  • peebee143
    peebee143 12 days ago

    Pretty much the same as a Yorkshire Pudding.

  • Yoda Man
    Yoda Man 12 days ago

    i wanna eat that baby.

  • Christine Parsons
    Christine Parsons 13 days ago

    This is Yorkshire pudding batter, but we put it straight into the oven in hot oil/lard. If we want toad in the hole we put it over sausages. Great with thick onion gravy. I have also put onions into the batter at times.

  • luzarius
    luzarius 13 days ago

    This is the authentic food and recipe of the dutch people and of dutchland as a whole. long live that beautiful contintant.

  • Henk Vessies
    Henk Vessies 13 days ago

    I am a dutch man i know how to make dutch baby s

  • Aubrey Ackermann
    Aubrey Ackermann 14 days ago

    Does this have to be cooked in a cast iron pan? I have a condition, and can't eat anything cooked in cast iron.

  • Jas J
    Jas J 14 days ago

    This singing talk 🤦‍♀️

  • loneranger 5
    loneranger 5 14 days ago

    Poofy.....lol

  • Jalissa Archuleta
    Jalissa Archuleta 15 days ago

    This guy sounds like John Reilly

  • Hopeless Munchkin
    Hopeless Munchkin 16 days ago

    Your voice is very unique and I like it. Thank you for sharing

  • Kid Tube
    Kid Tube 16 days ago

    dutch babies made out of jews

  • ingrid ugarteche
    ingrid ugarteche 16 days ago

    I love everything you cook! Thanks to your amazing talent I've become a great GREAT! Cook... You have a great sence of humor by the way! Love you❤ thank you...

  • Estelita Scott
    Estelita Scott 16 days ago

    I love how unique American food is. Now I understand how people get obese. Not easy with so much yummy food.

  • Patricia Vazquez
    Patricia Vazquez 16 days ago

    Thank you for sharing 🙏

  • Fire Horse
    Fire Horse 16 days ago +1

    YORKSHIRE PUDDINGS USUALLY SERVED WITH GOLDEN SYRUP ???.

  • Vagno Fernandes
    Vagno Fernandes 16 days ago

    Heart attack! Too much butter.

  • William Hepfer
    William Hepfer 17 days ago

    I think only Dutch people can make Dutch babies.

  • Terry Gloster
    Terry Gloster 17 days ago +6

    yes this is definitely a sweet version of Yorkshire Pudding

  • hamera tahir
    hamera tahir 17 days ago +4

    Looks delicious, but it's a giant Yorkshire pudding!

  • Rasheeda Hosein Elahie

    How about a chocolate Dutch baby.

  • Stephen Adams
    Stephen Adams 17 days ago +3

    Yorkshire pudding with lemon and sugar

  • RainCity84
    RainCity84 20 days ago

    I spy with my little eye a Breville espresso machine!

  • Maria Vignoni Vargas
    Maria Vignoni Vargas 20 days ago

    You sound so funny!! Lucky Michelle!! :)🤣🤣🤣🤣

  • Denise View
    Denise View 22 days ago

    I would put the cinnamon in it. But looks spook good as is.

  • chiron14pl
    chiron14pl 23 days ago +2

    This is very similar to the British yorkshire pudding, except the fat is drippings from roast meat, usually beef, and I don't recall my mother every serving it with sugar, always gravy from the meat.

  • Simon Ci
    Simon Ci 23 days ago

    I would add, that Its for 1 person, not for 4. 3:40

  • yandrsupreme
    yandrsupreme 24 days ago +1

    So... this is basically a giant popover.

  • Marie Guterman
    Marie Guterman 24 days ago

    Dear John, I've been following you a few years now and I had tried to make this particular pancake but it doesn't come out the same, why?

  • pikupstiks
    pikupstiks 25 days ago +4

    Dutch Baby? I have always called this Yorkshire Pudding. We use fat from the roast beef instead of clarified butter.

  • Kaitlin Ski
    Kaitlin Ski 26 days ago

    Is it made with chunks of real baby?

  • Sandra C
    Sandra C 26 days ago

    I want to make this but he didn't give us any measurements

  • Character Cult
    Character Cult 27 days ago

    So this is basically a disgruntled pancake.

  • enn bee
    enn bee 29 days ago +1

    This is a sweet Yorkshire pudding. I should know, I live in Yorkshire.

  • EE CC
    EE CC Month ago

    I would put some lemon zest into the blender, too!

  • R IP
    R IP Month ago

    This voice is perfect for the character goofy! 🤣

  • Clicky.Buzz Click2Connect.Buzz

    MY FAVORITE CHEF EVER!!

  • Paul Gillard
    Paul Gillard Month ago +1

    Looks like British Yorkshire pudding.

  • Gary Harris
    Gary Harris Month ago +1

    Looks like a Yorkshire pudding

  • Holy foley
    Holy foley Month ago

    Yummy!!! ☺️ thank you

  • monkeynumber nine
    monkeynumber nine Month ago

    I am so making these!
    🥞

  • Siobhan Mcleish
    Siobhan Mcleish Month ago

    You need to add how much is in each

  • mcassattack
    mcassattack Month ago

    Stop talking like a fuckin douche you fuckin degenerate.

  • Disco Biker
    Disco Biker Month ago

    Why do you assume we all think babies are annoying in a restaurant? I say hello to almost every baby I see in one! They're precious! You were a baby once, so get over it! Babies make noise, but so do obnoxious blowhards I occasionally share space with! I don't know he anyone would refer to any food as "babies". Gross.

  • Marisa Oakes
    Marisa Oakes Month ago

    I LOVE this guy's delivery....poofy !
    He is definitely one of the cool people in the world!
    🌎

  • Schmidty’s Kettle Corn

    This looks awesome. I can’t wait to make this.

  • D. F.
    D. F. Month ago

    How much flour?

  • Jonathan Patton
    Jonathan Patton Month ago

    Topped with lots of fresh squeezed lemon and powder sugar is perfect.

  • dorothy john
    dorothy john Month ago +1

    Looks like a Yorkshire pudding

  • Leo Verran
    Leo Verran Month ago

    Shut up!!!!!

  • Monkey 420
    Monkey 420 Month ago

    Can't you speak normally?

  • Letecia venegas-shong

    Also Logan berry syrup is delicious with the lemon and the powdered sugar

  • Letecia venegas-shong

    My favorite breakfast food the Dutch baby

  • CHAOS
    CHAOS Month ago

    I screwed mine up so bad because somone didn’t TELL ME HOW MUCH FLOUR I NEEDED TO USE

  • Fung Ping Leung
    Fung Ping Leung Month ago

    is it three eggs + milk + vanilla essence + all purpose flour? do i need to put baking powder?

  • Larry Cork
    Larry Cork Month ago +1

    It looks basically like a pancake batter

  • ss206
    ss206 Month ago

    How much milk and flour?

  • Mark Schroeder
    Mark Schroeder Month ago

    where the hell do you live and when is breakfast!

  • Mark Lyne
    Mark Lyne Month ago

    Reminds me of a sweet Yorkshire pudding lol

  • Marni Collén
    Marni Collén Month ago

    Why dutch, we have eating this in Sweden hundred of years and we called them owenpancake, sometimes we put fried pork in it and call it porkpancake, very tasty with lingonberryjam👍🏻

  • Meggy Farnsworth
    Meggy Farnsworth Month ago

    Beautiful definitely trying this ASAP! Thankyou! ❤️

  • LOXICAL
    LOXICAL Month ago

    Yep.... That there sir is a Yorkshire pudding

  • seeburgm100a
    seeburgm100a Month ago

    Was that a scrape down? or the old Scrapa Scrapa

  • Laverne H
    Laverne H Month ago

    Much like the popovers.

  • Miri Diamandis
    Miri Diamandis Month ago

    What accent is that? I’m curious? That German baby looks delicious?

  • nina1608
    nina1608 Month ago

    The vocals and music on this are eerily similar to a very annoying supermarket radiospot over here in Austria...

  • patricia treslove
    patricia treslove Month ago

    That looks very tasty, thank you Chef

  • BACON NATION
    BACON NATION Month ago

    *jolt reskin

  • Filly Bee
    Filly Bee Month ago

    Why am I watching this? Not Dutch pancakes at all. Mum is German and Dad Dutch ... not how I was taught making pancakes at all. Will give your recipe which seems more like toad in a hole, a try. Love your voice 😊

    • Filly Bee
      Filly Bee Month ago

      +Jay Gray Haha, Of course I know that's not what you implied. Thanks for the vote of confidence.

    • Jay Gray
      Jay Gray Month ago

      Heavens! I wasn't trying to be critical of your comment. If anything, I'm agreeing with you. People give all kinds of names to foods the aren't really right if you look at the true origins. And, from what I've seen in some cooking videos, you shouldn't have any trouble being successful!! Good luck with it. +Filly Bee

    • Filly Bee
      Filly Bee Month ago

      +Jay Gray thanks for your comment. I am sure you would have noticed that I am not criticizing, just commenting. This way is definitely a lot less "work involved". I am a home baker myself. Maybe 2019 is the year I should start putting my ideas out on "The Tube" as well 😜

    • Jay Gray
      Jay Gray Month ago

      This recipe is standard in a lot of countries. The number of eggs determines what you end up with. It could be Yorkshire Pudding in England, crepes in France, pancakes in America..... You can pretty much put whatever you want in it. My mother was from Ukraine and she served them thin like crepes but never with anything in them. We rolled them up and ate them plain, often with a borscht.

  • Mara Henao
    Mara Henao Month ago

    first thing I'm making in 2019. literally

  • Steven Hair
    Steven Hair Month ago

    You can always call the pro life people in your town and tell them your going to abort a dutch baby the next day...

  • The Gaslight
    The Gaslight Month ago

    What a pleasant voice.

  • Christopher Peninger

    Honey and Peanut Butter, Wine poached Pears and Goat Cheese, Ham and Brie, or fresh basil tomatoes and mozzarella.

  • Never Stop Asking
    Never Stop Asking 2 months ago

    😬 I ate the whole baby 😂

  • buzz kirschner
    buzz kirschner 2 months ago

    this is a super recipe. green onions would be a good savory touch

  • Fava4
    Fava4 2 months ago

    How much milk ?

  • jiminamonroll
    jiminamonroll 2 months ago

    I never knew these were a thing until I saw it on bobs burgers, I’ll have to try it.

  • Jim Keel
    Jim Keel 2 months ago

    Whipped butter with banana mixed in

  • Michael The Atheist
    Michael The Atheist 2 months ago

    Add a pinch of cinnamon, slivered almonds and drunken raisons to the batter! Then when plated drizzle with honey

  • escapefromobamastan
    escapefromobamastan 2 months ago

    Cream cheese topping.