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Dutch Boy Pancake

Dutch Boy Pancake recipe
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Baked in a pie plate, this large popover-like pancake is filled with fresh fruit and topped with sweetened cream cheese. Serve it for brunch or dessert.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
38 min
servings
total:
8 servings
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posted:
12/6/2008
this was easy and delicious. The pancake is a little bland by itself, but with the fruit and filling it really is delicious. So easy too!
posted:
12/2/2008
I made this TWICE in one morning and it flopped BOTH times! 1. Too much butter in pan. 2. It didn't rise very well. 3. The taste was way too bland for us - needs more sugar and cinnamon, cardamon or clove.
posted:
9/15/2008
Loved it, but played with the recipe a bit: -Added 1-1 1/2 tsp. vanilla to pancake -Used french vanilla yogurt instead of the marshmallow creme -Used frozen fruit (peaches and mixed berries), and added the juice from that to the dip My family absolutely loves it, and I think we'll be making it often!
posted:
7/22/2008
This was great, quick and easy. My husband loved it too. Will definitely make this one again!
posted:
4/27/2008
I loved this recipe. Lots of fun watching it bake and very delicious with peach filling (sliced peaches, cinnamon, and sugar to taste.)
posted:
3/21/2008
I added a tsp of vanilla and the pancake still tasted like cardboard.
posted:
10/2/2007
Instead of the Marshmallow cream I use non fat yogurt and fresh fruit. It is a little lighter but tastes just as good.
posted:
8/19/2007
the sides that actually puffed were delicious, light and tasty, the inside or center was not as good, it was eggy and bland, Next make i'll add vanilla flavoring, sugar and use a little baking soda to help my all-purpose flour rise more in the center...
posted:
5/14/2007
I just made this for Mother's day brunch and everyone loved it! I added more fruit than suggested and there was nothing left at the end. This is going to become a regular brunch recipe!
posted:
5/8/2007
I have made this twice now and my family and I loved it both times. Wad fun to watch the dough rise. And it is versatile in that you can fill it with anything. Great brunch idea.
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