Brown Sugar Peach Dutch Baby
A buttery puffed pancake with sauteed brown sugar peaches all topped with powdered sugar and real maple syrup. The perfect easy lazy weekend summer breakfast.
Oh, it is peach season in all its glory and I am loving finding ways to use them. We love making Dutch Baby pancakes because they are so easy. Beyond simple. This Browned Butter Peach Dutch Baby is literally whipped up in a blender...for about 30 seconds. It is poured into a pan and then baked. It is such an impressive breakfast for minimal effort.
What is in a Peach Dutch Baby Pancake?
It all starts with BUTTER. The butter and fresh peaches are baked in a skillet in the oven over high heat until caramelized. The butter becomes nice, golden, and lightly browned which brings a toasted warmth to this puffed pancake. The peaches become slightly softened and soak in the browned butter. Then the brown sugar is added to coat the peaches and make a caramel-like sauce.
The Dutch Baby batter is made with whole milk, eggs, flour, vanilla, and salt. It is so simple and can be thrown together in a blender and whipped up. For a traditional classic dutch baby recipe, click here.
How to make a Peach Dutch Baby:
1. It all starts with a hot oven. The butter and peaches are added to the skillet and placed into the oven until the butter browns and the peaches are slightly softened -- about 5-7 minutes.
2. The homemade Dutch baby batter is so easy since all of the ingredients are whipped together in a blender and poured into the hot skillet over the browned butter and peaches.
3. The Peach Dutch will puff up and bake for about 20 minutes. Turn on the oven light (but don't open the oven as it will deflate the puffiness) to watch it expand. Kids watch in awe as it puffs up.
4. Remove from oven and top with fresh whipped cream, real maple syrup, and powdered sugar.
Your family is going to LOVE you for making this Peach Dutch Baby Pancake for them. When I took the first bite, I literally uttered, "ARE YOU KIDDING ME?" It was that good.
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Oh My Goodness, I can't wait to make this Peach Dutch Baby. It really looks like it belongs in a Magazine. So Delicious, You really out did yourself Melissa, this is Beautiful....
Oh my goodness! I made this recipe this morning because I had a couple of peaches that were about to go bad. While it was baking my family kept commenting how delicious it smelled, and when I pulled it out of the oven they said "wow!". It puffed up beautifully and tasted even better. This recipe is definitely a keeper and will be made over and over. Thank you!
Looking for something to do with a couple of super sweet and juicy peaches that had gotten too soft and found this recipe. It was so good, my husband and I ate the whole thing by ourselves! We only felt a little guilty.
The Modern Proper
This looks so good and straight out of one of my favorite brunch restaurants. I am now trying to think of how I can get to the store tonight so I can indulge in such a delicious breakfast tomorrow! Peace season is the best.
Oh you will love it! Peach season is the best and I get geared up to make as many peach recipes as possible. So so good! Thanks, Ashley!
how can you tell when it's done?
Hi Cris! Great question! I always use the oven light and peek in so I don't deflate the Dutch Baby. You will see it puff up and become golden brown...then you will know it is done. I hope that helps! Thanks for trying my recipe.