Healthier Dutch Baby with Berries and Yoghurt – a delicious cross between pancakes and Yorkshire puddings a perfect option for breakfast or dessert.
Yes, this really is a thing!! and it’s totally delicious and guilt-free with my healthier version. I love these for breakfast with some fresh fruit and yoghurt and a sprinkling of icing sugar, it feels like such a treat, but really doesn’t use too many syns.
Bonus time!! – it also doesn’t use any healthy extra’s meaning you have those free to use elsewhere in your day.
Love Yorkshire Puddings? Then this sweet version is a must!!
What exactly is a Dutch Baby?
It’s a cross between a pancake, Yorkshire pudding or popover and otherwise known as a German Pancake and despite its name actually originates in the USA.
Made with a batter similar to that of a Yorkshire Pudding and cooked in a hot skillet (a vital part to ensure that batter rises).
Once cooked it creates a perfect bowl shape to fill with whatever fillings you want to enjoy.
This single-serve version, however, is cooked in a smaller skillet, meaning no temptation to overindulge and totally enjoyable on plan.
How to Make a Dutch Baby?
Most versions use a mixture of eggs, butter, flour, milk and sugar, as well as a choice of toppings.
But as we are making a healthier version. I use just egg, milk, flour, sweetener and then instead of butter a little spray oil.
It all turns out perfect and don’t feel like a healthier version at all.
Want to make this to serving more than 1 person? Just double or triple up the recipe.
How to Serve your Dutch Baby?
I went for a simple option vanilla yoghurt and fresh fruit such as blackberries, strawberries and blueberries.
All perfectly finished off with a dusting of icing sugar.
You could enjoy this as you do regular pancakes and just drizzle the whole thing with some maple syrup. Choice of fruit doesn’t need to be fresh berries, frozen berries work great also, or any fruit really.
Even a spoonful of jam is perfect with some light cream, or maybe you want to take it one step further with some melted chocolate.
I’d love to see your creations for toppings. Don’t forget to tag me @slimmingeats on Instagram so I can see them all.
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What do I need to make this Dutch Baby?
- 13cm mini cast iron skillet (or similar ovenproof dish) – cast iron is great as it retains the heat, ensure the dutch baby rises.
- Kitchen Scales
- Measuring Spoons
- Measuring Jug or cups
- Mixing Bowl
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- 1 large egg
- 2 tbs (25g) of flour
- 2 tbs 2% milk
- 1 tbs of sweetener (I used erythritol based)
- 1/4 tsp of vanilla extract or can use lemon extract
- 1/8 tsp of salt
- 1/4 cup (4 tbs) of fat-free vanilla yoghurt
- 1 cup of fresh berries of choice
- 1/2 tsp of icing sugar for dusting
- wedge of fresh lemon
- cooking oil spray (I used avocado)
- Mix egg, flour, milk, sweetener, vanilla extra and salt together in a small bowl.
- Preheat oven to 220c/200c fan/425f or gas mark 7
- Add the mini skillet or dish to the oven and allow to get really hot.
- Once hot, spray the skillet with some spray oil to coat.
- Pour in the batter and place back in the oven allowing to bake for approx 15-20 minutes, until batter has risen and is cooked.
- Serve filled with the berries and yoghurt, add a little squeeze of fresh lemon juice over the top and dust with some icing sugar.
This recipe is vegetarian, Slimming World and Weight Watchers friendly
- Slimming World - 6 syns per serving (use the milk as part of your HEa)
- WW Flex/Freestyle Points - 5 per serving
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Nutrition Information:Serving Size: 1 SERVING
Amount Per Serving:Calories: 275 Total Fat: 6.5g Saturated Fat: 2.6g Cholesterol: 216mg Sodium: 326mg Carbohydrates: 41g Fiber: 5.6g Sugar: 7.3g Protein: 15g
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