Dutch Baby with Berries and Honey Yogurt Cream

I kept seeing recipes for dutch babies all over the internet, but it was the version on orangette that made me finally bite the bullet and try out this buttery, over-sized pancake, and boy am I glad I did. Eggs make up for most of the batter, so it’s low in flour and has no sugar, which causes parts of the baby to resemble a light omelet or eggy crepe while the edges are so crispy they are nearly croissant-like.  Traditionally Dutch babies... Read More

coconut and oat pancakes

i’ve been eying this recipe by orangette for a while now, and finally attempted something similar.  instead of buttermilk to soak the oats in i knew i could use thick and slightly sweet coconut milk, so i tossed in a little shredded coconut while i was at it.  it all soaks in the fridge for a few hours, which makes the oats swell up and get incredibly soft, sticky and chewy. instead of egg, the vegan baking standard of flax eggs hold up quite... Read More

buckwheat blueberry pancakes

i’m not the biggest fan of breakfast foods. maybe it’s because i don’t do bacon, ham, eggs or cheese. it could also be that i usually don’t wake up until it’s time for lunch. either way, i’ll eat something tasty and sweet no matter what hour of the day it is, and these hardy little pancakes definitely qualify. Read More  Read More