A fluffy, crispy, buttery Dutch baby pancake is spiced up with warm Vanns Cardamom and Cinnamom and topped with a sharp, sweet blackberry compote.
A Dutch baby is a pancake, though not of the kind you might first think of. It's more of a sweet, flattened out popover-type pancake, made of a thick, eggy batter and pouring into a hot pan flush with melted butter. The pancake puffs up and browns at the edges, and retains a custardy texture in the middle. Vanns Cardamom, Cinnamon, and Vanilla add the warmth of spices to this recipe, and a perfectly tart and sweet blackberry compote balances out the richness of the pancake. This Dutch baby makes a great leisurely weekend brunch dish, or could easily be served as a dessert, perhaps with the addition of whipped cream.
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