browned butter dutch baby + roasted vanilla pears
I’ve got serious Jazz Hands-itis today, you guys! Because today, I’ve written a guest post for one of my all-time favorite blogs in all the land, A Cup of Jo. I am so honored and thrilled to be sharing a recipe on Joanna’s site for what I consider to be the best Dutch baby pancake I’ve ever had — especially so she can spend extra time with her newly expanded family.
If you’ve never had a Dutch baby pancake before, here’s the basic rundown: It’s a puffy and light pancake that you bake in the oven in a cast-iron skillet. Then, because I can’t leave well enough alone, I suggest you top it with something fruity and delicious, like fresh pears roasted with vanilla beans. Oh, and the browned butter addition also is the business. I don’t even suggest that — it’s required. And just like that, you’ve got a browned butter Dutch baby with roasted vanilla pears. Cue the jazz hands.
So now that I’ve hopefully got your tumbly all a-rumbly for this breakfast treat, head over to A Cup of Jo for the full post and recipe.
Happy Wednesday, y’all!
Amazing! Must go check the recipe out now!
Oh wow! Looks delish!!!
Whoa baby! Wait. Who brown butter baby! Dang girl, this looks divine!
This is so beautiful, Stephanie! I’ve always wanted to try a Dutch baby and yours looks just perfect. Those vanilla roasted pears, too?! Oh lordy. I want those on everything!
Gurl! Jazz Hands For Realz! This looks amazing!
This is stunning! Lovely idea!
This is a gorgeous recipe, Stephanie. Of course, brown butter anything can’t be beat and the vanilla pears are amazing!
Such a pretty Dutch baby, love those roasted pears!
i can believe i almost miss this! my skillet is going to get some lovin’ tonight 🙂
You’re my favorite. Marry me? E never needs to know. 😉
Tieghan — Do it! Thanks, love!
Robyn — Thank you! 🙂
Lauren — Haha, thank you! And “whoa brown butter baby” <--- new catch phrase, for real. 😉
Georgia — Thanks so much, darlin’!
Erika — Jazz hands partay! 🙂 Thanks, dear!
Katrina — Thank you, my dear!
Cassie — Thank you, friend! And I think brown butter should be its own food group, don’t you? 😉
Laura — Thank you, love!
Belinda — Ooooh yes, bring on that skillet love. 🙂 Thanks, dear!
Stephie — I accept. 😉
Roasted Vanilla Pears!! Oh my, I must have them!!
This looks absolutely delicious! Congratulations on being on Cup of Jo! 🙂 I love her website.
Oh wow, this dutch baby looks so gorgeous! Love the sound of the roasted vanilla pears – yum!
A pancake bigger than my face?? I am all.over.this. Off to check it out!
Ohhhh the wonderful land of Dutch baby…I still have not experienced it! The perfect way to start would be with a browned butter version plus delicious caramelized fruit. I don’t think I’ve ever been to A Cup of Jo and I’m headed there now!
MM this looks so amazing! Need to try making this for sure.
Julie — They are so good, not gonna lie. 🙂 Thanks, dearie!
Whitney — Thank you so much!
Kelly — Thank you! 🙂
Joanne — Oh yes; giant pancakes are the best! Thank you, love!
Julia — Oh my goodness, get thee to a Dutch baby pancake makin’, stat! 🙂 You’ll love them.
Rachel — Thank you, dear!
Somebody hand me a fork! Looks amazing Stephanie!!
Oh so pretty! And I love that you referenced jazz hands. Doing them myself while envisioning eating this tasty dutch baby for bfast!
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Laurie — Thanks so much! 🙂
Erin — Haha, love me some jazz hands. 🙂 Thank you, my dear!
This looks amazing, a perfect dessert.. or snack! 🙂
Pamela — Thank you so much!
The pancake is similar to Yorkshire pudding or popovers. A thin batter of eggs, milk and flour are poured in to a pan with hot melted butter. Baked in a hot oven for 20-25 minutes and magic happens. Sometimes they are cooked with sauteed apples or flavored with vanilla and cinnamon. I like mine plain with cooked fruit and warm maple syrup. I had some poached pears – it was delish!