I love breakfast! i should add that i love sweet breakfast! pancakes, waffles, cinnamon rolls you name it if comes in a sugary breakfasty form im game! WELL since i have gone gluten/sugar/dairy free for 2 weeks now and counting all those things are well .... out of the picture..... you would think! BUT after this mornings breakfast. i think not!
My grandma Johnson is a amazing cook. She has a amazing COOK BOOK that has all my favorites in it! I have been know to put away 6 cinn rolls. :-) she makes by far the best ones in the WORLD! This cook book is a piece of art as she painted a amazing floral water color for each recipe, and her hand writing is well incredible. If you only get the cook book for that one thing its worth it but there are so many other things in there that are amazing. Well i am determined to figure out how to make some of these things LEGAL for me to eat. hehe :)
So on todays menu is Dutch Babies.
they are super easy! (NOTE im going to be giving you my gluten/dairy free version)
*first pre heat your even to 375 put a 1/4 cup of coconut oil and a 1/4 teaspoon of sea salt in a shallow pan and place it in the preheating oven. (note, this picture is of my test batch in a small pan normally i put it in my dutch baby pan)
* next put three eggs in your blender and mix for 1 min.
* next add 3/4 cup rice milk slowly while its blending (or almond milk ect....)
*now add 3/4 cup gluten free flour slowly.....blend for 30 secs this is what i use for it
Just a note i start the blender with the lid on then take it off and put flour in. ;)
* pour in the hot pan thats been warming in the oven and bake for 18-22 mins until golden (this picture is of the pan i made with real butter for the kids.... i didnt know if the coconut oil would turn out yet and they were hungry so i used real butter for theirs just in case haha)
*then when ready this is what they look like (another pan lol)
this is where you can be super creative with toppings but I serve them with berries and drizzle a little maple syrup also bananas mix with berries are super yummy too. My kids eat them with just maple syrup :)