I have the perfect recipe for you to make this weekend for St. Paddy’s Day!
No, it is not boozy…but it is green! And soooooo easy and delicious.
I have become obsessed with Dutch baby pancakes. I know, regular pancakes are really not that difficult, but the thought of just throwing all of the ingredients into a blender and then into the oven is VERY appealing to me. That is when I had the thought to make this delicious breakfast treat and St. Paddy’s Day special! There is no food coloring just SPINACH (shhhhhh don’t tell the kids).
The spinach makes this pancake a little more dense than a usual Dutch baby but it is so delicious you honestly don’t notice the spinach. Score on holiday special and score on “healthy”!!
Dutch Baby Pancake: St. Paddy’s Day Style
1 cup milk
1 cup flour
1/4 cup sugar
1 large handful spinach
1/2 teas salt
4 TBSP butter, split
toppings: softened butter, powder sugar, maple syrup, fresh fruit
Preheat oven to 475 degrees. Melt 2 TBSP butter in cast iron pan in oven.
Blend milk, flour, sugar, spinach, eggs, salt and melted remaining 2 TBSP butter.
Remove cast iron from oven after butter is melted. Pour batter into cast iron pan and place back in oven.
Bake for 18 – 20 min until middle is set and browned. Cut into triangles and serve with more butter, powder sugar, maple syrup and fruit! Happy St. Paddy’s Day