This Strawberry Buttermilk Dutch Baby (Puff Pancake) is an easy and scrumptious brunch recipe! Serve with whipped cream and syrup.
My obsession with Dutch Baby Pancakes continues…this time we tried something a little different and it was delicious! It’s pretty much the same recipe as we’ve been using for our other puff pancakes, but this time we substituted the milk with buttermilk. Buttermilk lends such a nice buttery and tangy flavour to the pancake, which pairs perfectly with the strawberries and lemon zest. So gosh dang gooooood.
A Perfect Brunch Recipe
Isn’t it gorgeous? What a pretty recipe for a weekend brunch with family and friends! Serve with whipped cream and syrup. Include bacon or sausages, a selection of fresh fruit and coffee for a nice gathering.
Strawberry Buttermilk Dutch Baby Recipe Tips:
I like to use a hand blender to make the batter nice and smooth.
Use a 12 inch diameter pan for this recipe as the batch makes a very large pancake.
Make sure your oven is preheated to 425 degrees before putting the pancake into the oven.
Make sure your pan is hot with melted butter before pouring the pancake batter into it.
Serve with icing sugar, syrup and/or whipped cream.
This Strawberry Buttermilk Dutch Baby (Puff Pancake) is a simple and delicious brunch recipe! Serve with whipped cream and syrup! Use a 12 inch diameter pan for this recipe as the batch makes a very large pancake. If you have a smaller pan, feel free to cut the recipe in half.
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