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

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  • Published on Oct 15, 2014
  • Learn how to make a Dutch Baby Recipe! Go to foodwishes.blogspot.com/2014/10/dutch-babies-almost-as-easy-to-make-as.html for more information, and many, many more recipe videos. I hope you enjoy this easy Dutch Babies recipe!
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  • De U
    De U 3 hours ago

    This has to be very delicious going by the impressive video footage

  • A. GM
    A. GM 2 days ago

    With cherries, it would be like clafouti!

  • Punch
    Punch 4 days ago

    I don’t have a blender. Can you use a food processor instead?

  • Gene Cannon
    Gene Cannon 7 days ago

    What no cayenne, bummer

  • lusciousleo1971
    lusciousleo1971 8 days ago

    I'm surprised, no cayenne!!!

  • Martijn K
    Martijn K 9 days ago

    Hi I’m from the Netherlands and I have just 1 thing to say


    What the fuck is this

  • Gat 2mad
    Gat 2mad 10 days ago

    So its basically a flat yorkshire pudding

  • Christine Haylock
    Christine Haylock 10 days ago

    Where are the apples? I've been making this for ages, but I make it in the oven, with a glass pie plate. And chopped apple. I'm pretty sure that's 75% of what I've eaten while pregnant. I might name this baby Dutch.

  • Pianoguy32
    Pianoguy32 11 days ago

    you have a very strange way of speaking

  • Future blót
    Future blót 14 days ago

    This might be dutch babies but this isn't german pancakes. Who uses the oven for german pancakes. I'm trying to find the recipie my family used but all I am getting are these.

  • Alexis Ryuun
    Alexis Ryuun 16 days ago

    potato starch and rice flour make an easy GF dutch baby, we also like eating them with toppings like ham and cheese

  • James Rogers
    James Rogers 20 days ago +2

    ayyyyy chef john love your videos just made this like 15 mins ago they were wonderful i tried some just as shown with lemon and powdered sugar and also some with cinnamon and real maple syrup man these were good thanks for the video

  • pat Shepherd
    pat Shepherd 23 days ago

    Basically a Yorkshire pudding

  • Ayesha Irfan
    Ayesha Irfan 27 days ago +4

    I made this and it was honestly one of the best pancakes I've ever had. Thanks chef!!

  • Jennifer Duke
    Jennifer Duke 28 days ago +1

    I use 11 times that much sugar.
    Enjoyyyyy

  • Max Power
    Max Power 28 days ago

    Where the hell you take that particular accent!!!????!!! 🤔

  • Carollee ballenger
    Carollee ballenger 29 days ago

    Thank you I just made this and it was very good. But mine was a bit thick how do I make it thinner and more puffy

  • Phung Nguyen
    Phung Nguyen Month ago

    What size skillet did you use? It didn’t mention in the recipe.

    • T Y
      T Y 29 days ago

      he said 10 inch pan in the video

  • IT Works Websites
    IT Works Websites Month ago

    So no baking powder or baking soda needed...and it poofs up that much? Wow!

  • Erica Paige Shorr
    Erica Paige Shorr Month ago

    MAKING THIS WEEKEND !

  • Craig Marston
    Craig Marston Month ago

    YORKSHIRE PUDDING

  • Narrow Path
    Narrow Path Month ago

    You’re the mother of this ditch baby😂😂😂😂😂😂

  • kevswick
    kevswick Month ago

    Almost like a Yorkshire pudding!

  • Midnight Velvet
    Midnight Velvet Month ago

    No rising agent?

  • Ann Sidbrant
    Ann Sidbrant Month ago +1

    Wow, people really loved this recipe. 46 thousand likes! :-D I agree, it looks stunning! :-D

  • Vin S.
    Vin S. Month ago

    Why am I seeing a cockroach pesticide ad before this!

  • Leanne Australian Girl 8

    One Dutch boy and one Dutch girl who have unprotected sex makes many Dutch babies! Chef John, you had that one coming! 😆👶

  • Hawkeye the best
    Hawkeye the best Month ago

    Stay away from the Netherlands, then we will keep pure Dutch babies.

  • hugestudiosdenver
    hugestudiosdenver Month ago

    Wow ! What a super awesome recipe... Filled it with Maple and Strawberries and it rocked ! Thanks for sharing !

  • Patrick Glaser
    Patrick Glaser Month ago

    First thing I ever cooked was one of these

  • Flynn Flynn
    Flynn Flynn Month ago

    This guy's Upspeak is hella annoying. Joe Rogan made fun of you.

  • Mari Chal
    Mari Chal Month ago

    It looks so delicious and so easy is it possible that i make it in a muffin pan??

  • un1quemoon
    un1quemoon Month ago

    Babies are annoying in restaurant?

  • Frederik Harders
    Frederik Harders Month ago +1

    Mkay

  • kim v
    kim v Month ago

    OHHHHHHHH this is very simlar to cloufitis but ykno the French added butter to this.

  • KMF
    KMF Month ago

    Chef John I tried it with almond flour. It did not puff up and was not crispy. But it was good nonetheless. I wonder if there is a way to get it to puff up and be crispy while still using the almond flour. Does anyone know?

  • Jordan Levin
    Jordan Levin 2 months ago +1

    youre hilarious

  • Joker Toker
    Joker Toker 2 months ago

    All I can think of while watching the end of the video is how amazing that would be with a cinnamon sugar topping instead. OMG. I don't even like the Dutch or babies, but I would love that Dutch Baby Mod.

  • xXcutcopperXx
    xXcutcopperXx 2 months ago +4

    Dutch and germany are two diffirent contry wtf guys...
    I'm from germany and no one is making this ever!

    • Tris Boerr.
      Tris Boerr. Month ago +1

      It was made by German immigrants in America and was known as the German pancake. English speakers mistook "deutsch" for "dutch",and it eventually turned into the Dutch baby name

    • Jari Kok
      Jari Kok Month ago

      xXcutcopperXx same in the netherlands..

  • Chip Whitley
    Chip Whitley 2 months ago +1

    You need to say the measurements instead of just saying "you need some flour"

    • Moleratical
      Moleratical 27 days ago

      He did, pay attention. He said "SOME" flour, no more, no less

  • Steven Stoner
    Steven Stoner 2 months ago

    Mine came out flat. only 3/4 thick. I used self rising flour. Still, it tasted good.

  • Eva
    Eva 2 months ago

    As a Dutch woman, this concerns me..

  • Ruth Dittmann
    Ruth Dittmann 2 months ago

    His way to talk makes me sick!
    Very nervwrecking! I would have watched more, but I had to throw up.
    Sry, not my style. 🤢🤮

  • Terry Gloster
    Terry Gloster 2 months ago

    The comments don’t bother me but for you ignorant idiots out there, the ONLY difference between this and Yorkshire pud is the addition of Vanilla and the sugar on top. I know what i am talking about as i am a 60 year old Brit who makes Yorkshire pudding with roast beef as did my mother and her mother. I can only assume by the Neanderthal grammar that the comments are mostly from our American friends who cover everything in melted cheese and call it “Goumet”

  • Sarah Dixon
    Sarah Dixon 2 months ago

    This is a bloody Yorkshire Pudding.
    Bloody Dutch STEALING our ideas 🤣

    • Sarah Dixon
      Sarah Dixon 2 months ago

      @Eva 'Dutch' prefix has an interesting history.
      Google it 😊

    • Eva
      Eva 2 months ago

      Actually, most things called "Dutch" are not a thing in the Netherlands, or we don't even know what they are ;)
      So far I've heard of:
      - Dutch babies
      - Dutch processed cocoa
      - Holland cappuccino
      - Going Dutch (this happens, but doesn't have a name)

  • GASPARE E GRIMALDI
    GASPARE E GRIMALDI 2 months ago +3

    The nuns a Catholic school told me always speak with expression “ were you in my class “ your expressions are the best “
    Ciaoooooooiooo

  • Kei-chan
    Kei-chan 2 months ago +1

    My siblings & I ate german pancakes a ton growing. It was the first thing we learned how to cook for ourselves. We always put it in a glass pan & stuck it in the oven tho. 425 for 15-18 mins. Ive used coffee creamer instead of milk too when ive been too lazy to run to the store. Flavored coffee creamer like hazelnut. Omg so good. Lol

  • Î Bäbçõćk
    Î Bäbçõćk 2 months ago

    Save you some reading.
    Hey, that's just the same as, [insert name of random ethnic food showing feelings of superiority] except its not.

    It's batter kids. That's the only similarity. It is what it is... Not what you wish it was.

  • Maris Staff70
    Maris Staff70 2 months ago

    I made this for a birthday party. Everybody loved it and the person who’s birthday it was told me to stop so he could grab another slice.

  • Allison Ward
    Allison Ward 2 months ago

    I love this recipe-I've heard it called 'Dutch Baby' so I thumbed down that KIA (know it all)
    Anyway how bout blueberries in the last few moments?? Mmm will try and report back.
    You are great 😊 keep at it

  • Jason Fan Club
    Jason Fan Club 2 months ago

    German Pancakes???

  • Djed i
    Djed i 2 months ago

    I saw the name of the video and just came here to read comments. The Dutch comments, to be exact :D

  • Dalen Isaac
    Dalen Isaac 2 months ago

    God your voice is annoying

  • neenecc
    neenecc 2 months ago

    Sounds like if Randy Marsh has a cooking channel

  • Floridian Empire
    Floridian Empire 2 months ago

    Is it Dutch or German

    • Ruth Dittmann
      Ruth Dittmann 2 months ago

      Floridian Empire
      Neither!
      American invention!
      Strange!

  • Brian Tristam Williams
    Brian Tristam Williams 2 months ago

    Too many digressions, parenthetical remarks and word cruft - "and of course..." "and by the way..." "which of course..." "in fact, quite the contrary..." "actually I take that back..." "actually just..." "but anyway..." "but..." "which, as you can see..." "but, anyway..." "which by the way..." "or so I've been told..." "and by the way..." "and again..." "and by the way..." "but of course..."
    I prefer it when you finish a sentence fully with authority, and don't backtrack with qualifiers and digressions.

    • Carolyn Riddle
      Carolyn Riddle 2 months ago

      Next time, you make the video and the recipe the way you want it. I think he sounds like a regular nice guy.

  • NG0915
    NG0915 2 months ago

    Omg his way of talking!!!!!!! 🤯😱

  • Mary vulgamore
    Mary vulgamore 2 months ago

    Thank you so much

  • Thomas Lowdon
    Thomas Lowdon 2 months ago +6

    This is a yorkshire pudding served in uk on sunday lunch
    Minus the vanilla...and more flour.
    Makes a bigger pudding...savoury with beef n onion gravy

  • Sue Ling
    Sue Ling 2 months ago

    I've been making this for 15 year, it's my 3 babies favorite breakfast😊

  • John LeGresley
    John LeGresley 2 months ago

    Looks exactly like yorkshire pudding, where's the beef?

  • Catlea Lea
    Catlea Lea 2 months ago

    I made this today. Yumm

  • George Boccanfuso
    George Boccanfuso 2 months ago

    We prefer a little nutmeg.

  • Hoop Jeanne
    Hoop Jeanne 2 months ago

    He has an interesting cadence to his speech. lol

  • Mike
    Mike 2 months ago

    I hate babies!

  • edstimator1
    edstimator1 2 months ago

    We fry some fruit like apples or persimmon with berries really anything then add the batter and bake. yours turned out more poofy and better looking (we use two eggs) but I bet ours taste better. Also we don't do that annoying thing you do with our voice at the end of every sentence. Kidding (sorta)!

  • Almog Azoulay
    Almog Azoulay 2 months ago

    We've made this once in cooking class when I was like in 6th or 7th grade, and since then I've been looking absolutely EVERYWHERE for this and didn't find it. And then, it just shows up on my recommended! I really loved your video, even though this was a little bit different from how we made it back then, I'm sure this will turn up great as it did back then. Thank you so much! :)

  • BassFartz
    BassFartz 2 months ago +2

    IF DUTCH BABIES ARE MADE IN DUTCH OVENS THEN THAT MEANS THEY THAT ARE GAAASSSS

  • Dusty Black
    Dusty Black 2 months ago

    this recipie works at high altitude. been looking for a functional recipie for ages, thanks so much!

  • Cyanoxic Rose
    Cyanoxic Rose 2 months ago

    .......well then.

  • Steve okeedokee
    Steve okeedokee 2 months ago +1

    this is not fair -- i want to eat my monitor

  • Conrad Garcia
    Conrad Garcia 2 months ago

    Dutch baby. Huh. I'm pretty sure it's a way to make fun of the tourist in Seattle. "I had ham and eggs for breakfast. How about you?" Oh, I just had a Dutch Baby. In fact, I can still taste it now.

  • Joshua Phillips
    Joshua Phillips 2 months ago

    I'm dying. his speech pattern is so obnoxious

  • Conrad Garcia
    Conrad Garcia 2 months ago

    With his intonation, I feel like he's reading a cutesy bedtime story me, like winnie the pooh, which brings me faster to the land o' dreams.

  • hogensan
    hogensan 2 months ago

    Lemon and sugar is a traditional topping for pancakes in France.

  • Trancilian
    Trancilian 2 months ago

    "Or so i've been told by cool kids" 😂

  • TheCarrottTop
    TheCarrottTop 2 months ago +1

    So a Pancake/Yorkshire pudding hybrid? Yum!

  • LvKe
    LvKe 2 months ago

    I’m sure it’s a good recipe but your voice is fucking annoying

  • LovelyLady Carter
    LovelyLady Carter 2 months ago +1

    “Well that was unfortunate”😩🤦🏽‍♀️🤣🤣🤣👏🏾🙌🏾

  • Gamen met Potatoes
    Gamen met Potatoes 2 months ago

    Dutch is not germany... smh

  • TheCoverQueen
    TheCoverQueen 2 months ago

    WHY ARE YOU TALKING LIKE THAT

  • D Laity
    D Laity 2 months ago

    So cool how different cultures evolve similar things into different directions! This is very similar to a Yorkshire pudding. My Mum is from Sheffield. The Yorkshire tradition is to serve your roast dinner and gravy inside a large one, but you can also have a sweet one with a dollop of stewed apple and a little cream inside it.

  • Little Dotti
    Little Dotti 2 months ago

    reminds me of yorkshire pudding....

  • Blue's Neighborhood
    Blue's Neighborhood 2 months ago

    What about the lingonberries? I love lingonberries on mine.

  • Seijuro Akashi
    Seijuro Akashi 2 months ago

    Fuhrer pangkayks

  • Hillbillytc
    Hillbillytc 2 months ago

    Can you use gluten free flour to make it for Celiacs

  • Norseman
    Norseman 2 months ago

    Is this what happens with the desecrated remains of aborted babies?

  • Yaqin Ahmed
    Yaqin Ahmed 2 months ago

    "You're the mother of this delicious child" 😂😂😂😂😂😂

  • rmGuera
    rmGuera 2 months ago

    Holy christ this is the most ridiculous voice I've heard on YT. Accents, tone, words choice. Shockingly idiotic. He should be Homer Simpson's uncle.

  • Dieu Temple
    Dieu Temple 2 months ago +1

    My neighbor was from Poland. Once she made the desert that I would die for the recipe. She never gave it to me. Almond bread sweeten with cream cheese in side. Powder sugar topped. It was so good. I wish you know what it is. Thanks. Your fan❤️

  • Arya Fylfort
    Arya Fylfort 2 months ago

    I have a Dutch baby, my husband is Dutch and we have two children :3

  • Wendy Donaldson
    Wendy Donaldson 2 months ago

    Yum! Thanks!

  • Clare Warp
    Clare Warp 2 months ago

    Looks like a Yorkshire pudding.

  • Koda Marie
    Koda Marie 2 months ago

    I feel like Wayne from Letterkenny is instructing me on how to make a Dutch baby. 10/10 will subscribe.

  • Mr.PeanutButter
    Mr.PeanutButter 2 months ago

    41 seconds and I had to stop the video. I can't take any more of that annoying voice.

  • account extinct
    account extinct 2 months ago

    Yommay

  • Serite Ross
    Serite Ross 2 months ago

    I'm surprised it's just a pancake. I thought it was filled with cream cheese or something O_O

  • K X
    K X 2 months ago

    This is a very misleading title, I thought it was a sex education video. You can’t make babies by fucking pancakes, I just tried, very disappointed in this sex ed tutorial.

  • Mary vulgamore
    Mary vulgamore 2 months ago

    Don’t have cast iron skillet what can I use instead

    • Thomas Lowdon
      Thomas Lowdon 2 months ago

      A cake tin or a muffin tin make small ones

  • ferociousgumby
    ferociousgumby 2 months ago

    This is like a giant popover or a Yorkshire pudding.