Have you ever seen a picture of a recipe and assumed you were not going to be able to make it because it looked so fancy? Maybe you have, maybe you haven’t but for me that thing was always a Dutch Baby Pancake. Dutch Babies have always alluded me, I assumed they must be difficult to make because of the way they look, well tickle me fancy because they are so freakin’ easy to make! So I am sharing with you this super easy, looks fancy and sounds fancy but it’s not, Lemon Dutch Baby with Berry Compote and Whipped Cream.
Let’s start with the Lemon Dutch Baby, this batter is so easy to make, you add all of the ingredients to a blender and blend, done. Yes its that easy! With lemon zest and vanilla extract to give it a gorgeous flavor, it is just a few simple ingredients in a blender 🙂 I love it!
Next Berry Compote, when I use the word compote, I think it scares my husband, it is basically just a fancy word, for juicy, sugary berry sauce (or fruit). To make this simple version I use frozen berries, as the defrost the juices just ooze from them, it’s delightful. The berries (I use triple berry variety, with blueberries, raspberries, and blackberries but anything similar will do just fine) are mixed with lemon juice and a little sugar to make a simple yet tasty berry sauce, that makes itself as it defrosts. (Disclaimer: I like it when the berries are still a little cold, I think it contrasts the Dutch Baby nicely but if you want yours all of the way defrosted give it longer then a half an hour thawing time.)
Last the Whipped Cream, I love homemade whipped cream. I have a stand mixer so it is incredibly easy to make, but if you don’t have a stand mixer or don’t want to dirty it (I don’t blame you I hate dishes too) just buy your favorite kind from the store to top it off!
The combination of the Lemon Dutch Baby with Berry Compote and Whipped Cream in my opinion is just magical, the Dutch Baby is tart yet, sweet, eggy, fluffy, and oh so full of carb wonderfulness mixed with the juicy and sweet Berry Compote, and topped with fresh Whipped Cream. Can you say Good Morning! 🙂
TIPS & TRICKS:
- A Cast Iron works best for this recipe, here is the one I have:
- I like it when the berries are still a little cold, I think it contrasts the Dutch Baby nicely but if you want yours all of the way defrosted give it longer then a half an hour thawing time.
Peace & Love
The Schmidty Wife
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