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Cinnamon Sugar Dutch Baby Pancake

Breakfast is my favorite meal of the day. I love nearly all breakfast foods and am completely charmed by the breakfast creations that are invented with just a few simple ingredients!  I'm sharing with you a Dutch baby pancake. I didn't have these often when I grew up, but my grandma called these hootenannies, so maybe I just didn't make the connection.




If you haven't had one of these before, then think of them as a sweetened version of a popover or a Yorkshire pudding.  I love both of these too, and I can remember the popovers my mom would make for us as a kid.  She'd fill them with chocolate pudding and whipped cream.  I always picked mine up with my hands to eat it, it was that delicious.


Patty cake, Patty cake, Baker's man
Bake me a cake as fast as you can.
Roll it up, roll it up and mark it with a "B."
Put it in the love for Baby and me!

I serve my Hootenanny with maple syrup but I know that others love it with all kinds of wonderful toppings.  Experiment and what you like the best!

Here are some yummy breakfast ideas that you will want to try.  I know I do!

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  1. Love the hootenanny name. I love my Dutch babies filled with fresh fruit.

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  2. That does look exactly like a big Yorkshire pudding! I look forward to trying your sweet version, Terri.

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  3. Anonymous9:36 PM

    hootenanny - now that's some name I loved :-) these dutch pancakes look so tempting ! - Sizzling Tastebuds (Kalyani)

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  4. Wow these hootenannies are new to me but I ma sure we will love them. The girls will definitely enjoy them.

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