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Orange Dutch Baby

Orange Dutch baby. Light and airy topped with orange sauce, whipped honey and fresh oranges. It’s made in no time! My favorite Winter breakfast lately because it’s naturally sweet but also fresh at the same time.

Orange Dutch baby. Light and airy topped with orange sauce, whipped honey and fresh oranges. It's made in no time! My favorite Winter breakfast lately because it's naturally sweet but also fresh at the same time.

One of my all time favorite dishes are crépes. Seriously, I used to make them at least once a week. Since little J has egg allergies we had to swith to egg-free. We usually make Amerikan-style pankakes made with banana and add all kinds of flavoring in the dough or on top of the pancakes. J’s favorite – CHOCOLATE 😀

You are wondering why am I blabbing about pancakes when this is a Dutch baby recipe. Dutch baby is also called a German pancake, so here’s where my thoughts come from. Also it basically uses the same ingredients.

Orange Dutch baby. Light and airy topped with orange sauce, whipped honey and fresh oranges. It's made in no time! My favorite Winter breakfast lately because it's naturally sweet but also fresh at the same time.
Orange Dutch baby. Light and airy topped with orange sauce, whipped honey and fresh oranges. It's made in no time! My favorite Winter breakfast lately because it's naturally sweet but also fresh at the same time.
Orange Dutch baby. Light and airy topped with orange sauce, whipped honey and fresh oranges. It's made in no time! My favorite Winter breakfast lately because it's naturally sweet but also fresh at the same time.

I only recently tried dutch baby for the first time. I saw so many amazing photos of Dutch baby but never quite got to try them. And I must say I missed out BIG TIME. And they are sooo easy to make.

One of the reasons why I never tried them was because I didn’t have a cast iron pan. What?! I know, I know… I recently bought one so now I can try some new dishes, yay!!

Orange Dutch baby. Light and airy topped with orange sauce, whipped honey and fresh oranges. It's made in no time! My favorite Winter breakfast lately because it's naturally sweet but also fresh at the same time.
Orange Dutch baby. Light and airy topped with orange sauce, whipped honey and fresh oranges. It's made in no time! My favorite Winter breakfast lately because it's naturally sweet but also fresh at the same time.
Orange Dutch baby. Light and airy topped with orange sauce, whipped honey and fresh oranges. It's made in no time! My favorite Winter breakfast lately because it's naturally sweet but also fresh at the same time.

Okay, back to the orange dutch baby. Oranges and Winter go hand in hand in my book. I couldn’t imagine cold days without some freshly squeezed orange juice or any dessert that includes oranges (or some other citrus). So making an orange Dutch baby is a no brainer. I think I’ll have to make them every Saturday morning. And some banana pancakes for my son 🙂 There’s no way he can watch me eat the Dutch baby and be okay with not having something just as delicious.

This orange Dutch baby has very little refined sugar. Actually, since it includes whipped honey even the light sprinkle of powdered sugar in not necessary. I love a tiny bit, though. The recipe also includes a super easy orange sauce that you can use in other desserts as well. It’s awesome on brownies 🙂

Orange Dutch baby. Light and airy topped with orange sauce, whipped honey and fresh oranges. It's made in no time! My favorite Winter breakfast lately because it's naturally sweet but also fresh at the same time.
Orange Dutch baby. Light and airy topped with orange sauce, whipped honey and fresh oranges. It's made in no time! My favorite Winter breakfast lately because it's naturally sweet but also fresh at the same time.

Have you ever heard of whipped honey? I love it! Whipped honey is nothing but… well, honey that is whipped. Nothing fancy or difficult but totally different to regular honey. Also, if you buy non-pasteurized honey (which I suggest you do) you know it crystalizes. Whipping it makes it runny again without heating it. Let me know if you try whipped honey or my orange Dutch baby in the comments below.

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Orange Dutch Baby

Orange Dutch baby. Light and airy topped with orange sauce, whipped honey and fresh oranges. It’s made in no time! My favorite Winter breakfast lately because it’s naturally sweet but also fresh at the same time.

Course Appetizer, Breakfast, Dessert, Snack
Keyword dutch baby, easy recipe, german pancake
Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 40 minutes
Servings 4 people
Author Anja Burgar

Ingredients

Dutch Baby

  • 3 eggs
  • 2/3 cup milk
  • 1/2 cup flour mix (approx. 1/3 wholewheat flour and 2/3 plain white flour)
  • 1/2 tsp ground cinnamon
  • pinch of salt
  • 3 TBSP clariffied butter
  • 1 orange cut in slices skin removed
  • powdered sugar to taste

Orange Sauce

  • 1 cup freshly squeezed orange juice (approx. 3 oranges)

Whipped Honey

  • 1 cup unpasteurized honey

Instructions

  1. Preheat the oven to 220 °C (425 °F) placing a 25 cm (10 inch) iron pan in the oven to heat as well.

Orange Sauce

  1. Pour freshly squeezed orange juice into a saucepan and bring it to a simmer. Let simmer until the volume is about 1/4 of the initial volume. Set aside.

Whipped Honey

  1. Whip honey on medium-high speed for 10-15 minutes. The honey will become airy and pale white.

Dutch Baby

  1. Mix eggs in a blender on high speed for a few seconds so they start to bubble.

  2. Add flour mix, milk, cinnamon and salt and mix on medium-high speed for another few seconds or until the ingredients are well combined.

  3. Take the pan out of the oven, place over high heat and add clarified butter. Wait until butter is bubbling then add the batter and return to the oven.

  4. Bake for 13-15 minutes. Turn the oven off and leave sit in the oven for an additional 5 minutes. This will keep the Dutch baby bubbly structure.

  5. Take out of the oven and sprinkle powdered sugar over (You can omit this step), top with orange sauce, 1 TBSP of whipped honey and fresh orange slices. Enjoy!

Orange Dutch baby. Light and airy topped with orange sauce, whipped honey and fresh oranges. It's made in no time! My favorite Winter breakfast lately because it's naturally sweet but also fresh at the same time.

Creamy Beet Dip with Herbed Buckwheat Flatbread

Unsurprisingly, the hero of this luscious creamy beet dip is beetroot, but there’s a little something else in that makes it even sweeter and tastier. And above all a very simple buckwheat fladbread with herbs.

Unsurprisingly, the hero of this luscious creamy beet dip is beetroot, but there's a little something else in that makes it even sweeter and tastier. And above all a very simple buckwheat fladbread with herbs.

Happy 1st December 😀

You guys, I made the best beet dip in the world! A bold statement, I know…

It’s a dip we’ve been making for a while now. The idea was actually my husband’s. He ate a beet and corn spread in a sandwich once, so we thought to make our own version. Yes, there’s corn 🙂 and honey. Ok, you’re thinking it’s sweet, but no… It’s spicy, savory and of course sweet as well.

Unsurprisingly, the hero of this luscious creamy beet dip is beetroot, but there's a little something else in that makes it even sweeter and tastier. And above all a very simple buckwheat fladbread with herbs.

I’m like obsessed with beetroot lately. How can I not be, because I have like tons of it. My grandpa grows it every year, but can’t really eat all of it, so we get the rest.

Not complaining!

I’ve been using it in soooo many ways, some recipes are about to come. Can’t wait to share them with you 🙂

Unsurprisingly, the hero of this luscious creamy beet dip is beetroot, but there's a little something else in that makes it even sweeter and tastier. And above all a very simple buckwheat fladbread with herbs.

We all know it’s nice to have something awesome to dip into a creamy dip like this, so I made some herbed flatbreads, but since I LOVE buckwheat, I made them with buckwheat flour mixed with all-purpose flour.

It’s actually an awesome recipe for summer too, when there are many many fresh herbs in the garden. Now, we only have rosemary, oregano and thyme, but basil would also be nice. You can pick whatever you like or have at hand. I love recipes like these!

Unsurprisingly, the hero of this luscious creamy beet dip is beetroot, but there's a little something else in that makes it even sweeter and tastier. And above all a very simple buckwheat fladbread with herbs.

Let’s just dip into it!


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Creamy Beet Dip with Herbed Buckwheat Flatbread
Serves 3
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Prep Time
10 min
Cook Time
10 min
Total Time
20 min
Prep Time
10 min
Cook Time
10 min
Total Time
20 min
Creamy Beet Dip
  1. 150g cooked beets, cut into chunks
  2. 115 g cooked corn or tinned corn
  3. 1/4 cup mayonnaise
  4. 1 tsp honey
  5. black pepper
  6. cayenne pepper
  7. salt
Herbed Buckwheat Flatbread
  1. 1 1/2 cup all-purpose flour
  2. 1/2 cup buckwheat flour
  3. 1 cup natural yoghurt
  4. 1 tsp baking powder
  5. 1/4 cup chopped herbes (rosemary, oregano, thyme, basil or any other)
  6. 3 cloves garlic
  7. 3/4 tsp salt
  8. pinch of pepper
Instructions
  1. Creamy Beet Dip: Place all ingredients in a food processor and mix untill smooth. Add more seasoning if necessary.
  2. Herbed Buckwheat Flatbread: Mix all ingredients by hand or in a food processor until it comes together. The dough should be soft, but not sticky. Add more flour if necessary.
  3. Divide the dough into 6 balls and roll them out to about 2-3 mm thick.
  4. Heat a grill pan until it is very hot. No need for oiling it. Grill each rolled fladbread for about 1-2 minute on each side. You should see big bubbles form. If one big bubble over the entire flatbread forms, press it down to release air.
  5. Serve hot or cold.
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Unsurprisingly, the hero of this luscious creamy beet dip is beetroot, but there's a little something else in that makes it even sweeter and tastier. And above all a very simple buckwheat fladbread with herbs.

Unsurprisingly, the hero of this luscious creamy beet dip is beetroot, but there's a little something else in that makes it even sweeter and tastier. And above all a very simple buckwheat fladbread with herbs. Click to find the whole recipe or pin and save for later!