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


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  • Jim Keel
    Jim Keel 7 hours ago

    Whipped butter with banana mixed in

  • Michael The Atheist
    Michael The Atheist 18 hours ago

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

  • escapefromobamastan
    escapefromobamastan 2 days ago

    Cream cheese topping.

  • Mel
    Mel 12 days ago

    the way he talks bothered me so much i hate this video

  • Hamed Baradarvar
    Hamed Baradarvar 17 days ago

    Me and my kid think that your voice is very relaxing we enjoy your receipies

  • Stuart The Celebrant
    Stuart The Celebrant 22 days ago

    Very Similar to Yorkshire Pudding

  • platoon mexx
    platoon mexx Month ago

    idk who told ya its also called german pancake...
    its not.

  • Bill Grandone
    Bill Grandone Month ago

    John, you are bringing back my memories of my Nona who, though nominally Italian, cooked like her mother taught her. Her family lived in Alto Adige region of Italy which is as much Austrian as Italian. Anyway what you call Dutch Babies have been always known to me and my cousins as Nona's Pancakes. Since you asked about our variations we added a touch of almond extract as well as vanilla to the mixture. Since my grandfather was diabetic he could not have much sugar or really sweet syrups. But in the 50's Kayro white syrup was hailed as good for young children, which I and my cousin Carol were, so Nona drizzled Kayro over the Dutch Baby instead of sugar, apparently thinking it made a difference. If it's good for her sweet little angels it was good enough for a grumpy old man who constantly threatened to sell us to the gypsies. Well 70 years later when I make these I still use Kayro . Yeah I know, there are some nutritionists and doctors out there that are going to send me hate mail, but as you said it's my baby and I'll dress it like I like it.

  • Wade Nancy
    Wade Nancy Month ago

    Sounds like Jillian from Family Guy has a brother. With every sentence ending with an inFLECCTIONN.

  • Cheryl Taylor
    Cheryl Taylor Month ago

    It's a popover!

  • Patrick Fritchley
    Patrick Fritchley Month ago +1

    This is my favorite way to make Dutch babies. Thanks so much for the quick and easy recipe

  • F. Ball
    F. Ball Month ago

    That shit will kill you, yikes if teh narrators voice didn't already

  • Jared Gibbs
    Jared Gibbs Month ago

    Sounds like Mr. Mackey from South Park. Just needs to add the mm-kay.

  • Ben Ryan
    Ben Ryan Month ago

    Isn’t this just a Yorkshire pudding....?

  • noway josah
    noway josah Month ago

    First recipe of yours I ever tried. Have made it many times since with many different toppings. Grandchildren’s favorite desert. Thanks for all the recipes. Most were huge hits!

  • Gourg Anh
    Gourg Anh Month ago

    In Germany, we call it either Eieromelett or Eierpfannkuchen. Same ingredients, except we don't put it in oven but cook it on the stove top and it stays flat like an omelette. In Sweden it's called a Fläskpannkaka (Swedish for: pork pancake) and it's a Scandinavian oven-made pancake baked from eggs, milk, flour, salt and containing pieces of sliced pork. It is typically served with lingonberries. In Finland, they call it ovenpannenkoek. In the Netherlands it's an Ovenpannenkoek

  • Isha Lov
    Isha Lov Month ago

    LOVE seeing your screw ups! Keep it real Chef! 👍

  • Rys Rys
    Rys Rys Month ago

    i like your voice

  • Kat F
    Kat F Month ago

    I enjoy these tutorials with the little mistakes. We're all a little,less than perfect in our kitchens and i love how it takes the goofs to dont worry and how to fix them.

  • Rita Mulloy
    Rita Mulloy Month ago

    Much like popovers

  • S Jones
    S Jones Month ago

    Can you do this with almond milk and almond flour? Maybe baking powder to help it rise some?

  • Kane Danaher
    Kane Danaher Month ago

    Use a whisk and leave the batter in the fridge overnight.

  • Becky Marshall Design

    oh! this is a skillet yorkshire pudding!

  • corbeau
    corbeau Month ago

    i just ate my baby!! it was so good... nom

  • D Hoosier
    D Hoosier Month ago

    *Apple butter! Yes, apple butter would be so very delicious on this Dutch baby!! Especially now that fall is here.*

  • thatlongboardguy
    thatlongboardguy Month ago

    You have the MOST intolerable voice I have ever heard. Good day sir

  • myrna jay
    myrna jay Month ago

    I made a Dutch Baby an it came out really well. I took one of the commenter's suggestions and added some sliced apples on the bottom. That was good! Best right out of the oven! And now I have some clarified butter too. Thanks for the recipe!

    Kasia DALKOWSKA Month ago

    That's Yorkshire pudding!. They man sounds like Kermit the frog 🐸🤣

  • milena deltorto
    milena deltorto 2 months ago


  • jee whis
    jee whis 2 months ago

    Belgian pearl sugar would be so good in this

  • Nancy Fahey
    Nancy Fahey 2 months ago

    Cream cheese

  • Ryder
    Ryder 2 months ago

    your voice is fucking annoying. holy shit

  • Alaa 777
    Alaa 777 2 months ago

    Lools great 👍🏻 but would it work if i continued cooking it in the pan will it rise the same and have a crunchy crust?

  • Sheri JK
    Sheri JK 2 months ago

    I used to make cream puffs (something like this) and put chocolate pudding in it.

  • Fatima Sativa
    Fatima Sativa 2 months ago

    WARNING! These are highly addictive 😁
    I've been making these for decades. It's tradition in our family to have bacon and Dutch Babies for Christmas breakfast😋

  • Lacky Ismail
    Lacky Ismail 2 months ago

    Thank you chef John you have given me a new breakfast. And it was a crowd pleaser.

  • Raven Poe
    Raven Poe 2 months ago

    Just made this last night for a midnight snack with my kids.. IT CAME OUT SO AWESOME!!! I'm a terrible baker, so this was very exciting! Lol!!

  • IGIprimigenia
    IGIprimigenia 2 months ago

    This would be awesome with a lemon cherry syrup. I have to do this 😃

  • Umm Umar
    Umm Umar 2 months ago

    Can I make these on stovetop?

  • Vera Scanlon
    Vera Scanlon 2 months ago

    It’s a Yorkshire pudding .except we don’t put vanilla in it

  • You Can't Reason with Madness

    I might try this with cocoa in the milk and maybe a pinch of cinnamon if i can just drag my butt off the couch,ouch I'll do it when i need to go for a pee.

  • Lonnie Moore
    Lonnie Moore 2 months ago

    I've been making Dutch Babies for almost 4 decades, and just after getting married, my new bride lamented one day, that her favorite restaurant had gone out of business, and she really, really missed those German Pancakes! I asked her what a German Pancake was, and she described what I knew as a Dutch Baby... We've been married now for 32 years! Am I crediting German-Dutch-Baby-Pancakes for this? Well... it sure didn't hurt that I surprised her that evening with a Hot cast-iron pan, filled with Fluffy, eggy, crispy deliciousness... and a LOT of Love! =8')

  • Off The Hook
    Off The Hook 2 months ago

    He attempting asmr b this video? lol ;)

  • ronniet71
    ronniet71 2 months ago

    Thank you my friend, excellent presentation!!!!

  • sylvia sleyski
    sylvia sleyski 2 months ago

    Dutch baby recipe? ..sounds like an illuminatti dish to me

  • SoopaFlyism
    SoopaFlyism 2 months ago

    Babies, they're eating babies!!

  • Jane Doe
    Jane Doe 2 months ago

    How strange life can be; from watching isolation excercises for the glutes to watching Dutch baby recipe....

  • Hell In A Hand Basket
    Hell In A Hand Basket 2 months ago

    Oh my Lord! This is gonna happen in my kitchen & my mouth!

  • Mel Moel
    Mel Moel 2 months ago

    I am german, and: Nope, that isn‘t a german pancake.

  • Kittenclaws Guitar Videos

    this looks scrumptious

  • Gregg Garrison
    Gregg Garrison 2 months ago

    Basically Yorkshire pudding

  • Hanna Belden
    Hanna Belden 2 months ago

    I have cooking class. My brother made this on mother’s day and now me and my brother are making this for my mom’s birthday

  • Peanut Butter
    Peanut Butter 2 months ago

    I made this twice and it did not rise does this recipe need self rising flour? I just used regular flour

  • Fanny Hanover
    Fanny Hanover 2 months ago

    The is a lot like Yorkshire Pudding.

  • Shanto Lion
    Shanto Lion 2 months ago

    Dose this guy have tiny lungs???

  • Brown Pants
    Brown Pants 2 months ago

    u usually make dutch baby by either get with dutch man or woman

  • Maijolin
    Maijolin 2 months ago

    I want your dutch babies!

  • Cary Brown
    Cary Brown 2 months ago +3

    How much milk? Or flour?

  • De Von
    De Von 2 months ago +1

    Well a Dutch baby is made when a Dutch Man and a Dutch Woman love each other...

  • RielSurvival
    RielSurvival 2 months ago +1

    Why does his voice go up and down so much I can't listen😲😲😲

  • autismtreatedcured
    autismtreatedcured 2 months ago

    In England this is called a "pudding," In American this is a giant "popover."

  • Tania D'Avola
    Tania D'Avola 2 months ago

    Yorkshire pudding!

  • Evelyn Witt
    Evelyn Witt 2 months ago +3

    My son said "Screw funnel cakes!"

  • Kelly Mayor
    Kelly Mayor 2 months ago

    You're the best

  • Vivian Hall
    Vivian Hall 2 months ago

    We call them German Pancakes and we use nutmeg in the batter. So delicious.

  • Arnold Sands
    Arnold Sands 2 months ago +2

    I love his random, sing song intonations. It makes the narration interesting and he is funny all get out.

  • Adrian King
    Adrian King 2 months ago

    Apart from the vanilla it’s Yorkshire pudding mix

  • Houtje Boom - Be Creative

    I am Dutch... never heard of it but it looks great. So worth making it. Dutch babies german pancakes LOL

  • CauseAndEffect
    CauseAndEffect 2 months ago

    Processed sugar and flour foods feed cancer cells and cause the body to make fat cells.
    The body breaks down flour into simple sugar. High blood sugar suppresses the immune system.

  • Rapture Angel
    Rapture Angel 2 months ago

    I hate pancakes, this looks great!

  • Andy Wright
    Andy Wright 2 months ago

    Like an overcomplicated Yorkshire Pudding

  • Stuffz
    Stuffz 2 months ago +1

    Mommy where do babies come from?

  • Tracey
    Tracey 2 months ago

    Lmao 🤓
    Great commentary!

  • Stephen Holloway
    Stephen Holloway 2 months ago

    Nomatter the origin of its title... I cannot express without nearly coming unwound my hat...... ummm.. rather STRONG DISLIKE of the term “Dutch Baby”...!!!!!!!! I WAS an active member of a couple of cast iron Facebook groups when ci became all the newfound rage and like cigars which at one time were affordable.. once cigar smoking became posh.... prices for even a KRAPPY smoke became insanely priced!... but here’s the rub.. THAT RUBBED MY NERVES RAW... you had every ci noob in the group posting pics of their FREAKING DUTCH BABY made in their newly acquired ci pan!!!! DUTCH BABY DUTCH BABY DUTCH BABY... “ya gotta see the BABY” (Seinfeld for those of you that don’t instantly recognize the line).. so PLEASE FORGIVE ME IF I’M NOT SLOBBERING ACCOLADES ALL OVER COMMENTS Chef... I’ll shuddup now..

  • Adam Bissonnette
    Adam Bissonnette 2 months ago +1

    Awesome video. Going to try this recipe out immediately. Also I appreciate the "Hello" at the beginning instead of the over used and unoriginal "hey guys!".

  • Be the Truth
    Be the Truth 2 months ago


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  • P M
    P M 2 months ago

    Add fruits, apples, raisins, etc with cinnamon, brown sugar or any other favorites to give added nutrition to this dish.
    For some though....
    ...lots & lots
    ...more powdered sugar!!!

  • Anton.d09
    Anton.d09 2 months ago +2

    And I was Dutch baby baby baby oh
    Dutch baby baby baby no
    Dutch baby baby baby oh
    Thought you'd always be mine

  • Kaitlyn Allbright
    Kaitlyn Allbright 2 months ago +2

    I see so many negative comments about his voice, but I think it makes him so entertaining to watch, that's why I subscribed.

  • Mason Kissel
    Mason Kissel 2 months ago +1

    Your a riot....and have some delicious recipes. I like your casual, “oops” style which we can all relate to in the kitchen. No such thing as mistake free cooking except on the Food Network.

  • SuperSuec
    SuperSuec 2 months ago

    Like Yorkshire pudding which is traditionally served with roast beef but is also eaten sweet.

  • ehrlichlanier c
    ehrlichlanier c 2 months ago +2

    What kind of flour.Please.and thank you! Several asked but no answer! By the looks of it, would be Self Rising...or is it the eggs make it puff up? Somebody Please Answer😊.

    • Dave Wetherell
      Dave Wetherell 12 days ago +1

      All purpose flour. The moisture content of the eggs and milk cause a mechanical rise. There isn't a lot of structure to it though, so it doesn't last long.

  • The Bible Study Helper
    The Bible Study Helper 2 months ago

    Wonderful pancakes and Good presentation.

  • james thompson
    james thompson 2 months ago

    It's like making Yorkshire pudding?

  • Leslie Ludwick
    Leslie Ludwick 2 months ago

    My favorite of all time!

  • Tara Garcia
    Tara Garcia 2 months ago

    Had these in Okinawa at Mother’s Cafe for the first time and it was heavenly.

  • Sari C.
    Sari C. 2 months ago

    Never mind.

  • Sari C.
    Sari C. 2 months ago

    Im dutch and I have never seen this...

  • Michael Booth
    Michael Booth 2 months ago +1

    Well, when a Dutch man loves a Dutch woman very much....

  • James W
    James W 3 months ago

    Yorkshire puddings!!

  • momentinpassing
    momentinpassing 3 months ago +2

    It's as if he's constantly warning me of imminent danger and then reassuring me, and then urgently warning me! And then reassuring me. And then Look out! Everything's okay. Be very careful! And it's all turning out just fine.

  • royksk
    royksk 3 months ago

    Three large eggs: fine, but what about the other quantities, where's the recipe?

  • Flyanb
    Flyanb 3 months ago

    My 100% Danish immigrant Aunt by marriage would call these Hooligan pancakes. They are fantastic she uses more unclarified butter and the crust soaks it up and is crunchy and rich like a heath bar. But Chef the real test is Ebel skevers. Golf ball pancakes that stuff is like crack. I DARE YOU.

  • Gardenbun Gardenbun
    Gardenbun Gardenbun 3 months ago

    Oh, I'm making this Sunday morning~

  • Ron Shambrook
    Ron Shambrook 3 months ago

    What are the quantity of milk and flour, or is guesstimation.

    TX GABBY 3 months ago

    I've made these for over 40 years... love them .... serve smaller slices with scrambled eggs, sausage and bacon, maple syrup or apricot preserves instead of sugar.... yum

  • Cornelis van der Heijden

    Girls I can make great Dutch babies but you have to slow cook it for 9 months.

  • Pat Cavanaugh
    Pat Cavanaugh 3 months ago

    Methinks you have made a giant popover, judging by the pouffiness. If the batter were thicker it would be a pancake, or if it were baked in a muffin pan, it would be popovers.....right?

  • FalloutModReview TV
    FalloutModReview TV 3 months ago

    I hate black people