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March 28, 2012

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Desiree (www.greenmomster.org)

Try our "Italian Soul Food" that we enjoy at our house: http://www.greenmomster.org/2012/03/meatfree-fridayitalian-soul-food.html. Easy and tasty!

Micaela


Looks great Desiree - thanks for sharing!

Sara S

Wow -- it's pizza flavored "dutch babies"! Which is one of our favorite breakfasts. I don't know why I never thought of this -- how cool!

Micaela


I've never heard of Dutch babies Sara! But I have heard of German pancakes - often served for breakfast with cinnamon sugar or powdered sugar on top. They're yummy any way you do it!

Fran

Can this be made with a more healthy flour?

Micaela


Hi Fran - I've been meaning to try it with white whole wheat flour - I bet it would be pretty good. I think 100% whole wheat would be a bit too hearty. Do you have any suggestions for a healthier flour or flour blend?

Lori Popkewitz Alper

Great recipe! I have to use recipes that are customizable since we have so many different likes and dislikes in our house. Do you think the recipe would work with rice milk or another milk alternative? Sometimes the rice milk makes batter too thin.

Micaela


Good question about the rice milk Lori. Let me know if it works, OK?

Debra

This recipe is delicious as a vegetable pizza. I used rice flower and soy milk and it turned out really good.

Micaela


Debra - thanks for letting me know that this recipe works with rice flour and soy milk! Glad you enjoyed it!

Aerona

These are awesome!! I've had Dutch babies before but I'm more a savory type of gal. I made one this morning and put spinach and goat cheese on it. The kids were so excited about watching it puff up while cooking, that they actually tried it, and liked it!!

I'm planning to make one tomorrow with a little garlic and dry mustard in the "crust" and then use leftover Easter ham and Swiss cheese for topping...I cant wait.

Micaela


Hey Aerona - So glad you liked the recipe! I love the idea of adding garlic and other flavorings to the egg mixture - I'm going to try that!

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