Remember how I would do posts of this? And how my blog had in some way turned into a foodie blog without me even realizing it? I've been craving it since well, since I last took food photos... which was just too long ago.  Since we've moved in with family it's not the easiest thing to make a mess in someone else's kitchen and mix my camera gear in with the food that we are just about to eat.  But I've been missing it so much I'm going to try to do it more... in a non-messy more organized way for my family's sake. :)  So today I treated us with Dutch Babies!! They are oh so tasty,  have a pretty darn cute name, and the ingredients are simple! ( I bet you have everything in your kitchen right this instant).

Dutch Babies
// 1 serving
inspired by HonestFare

1 egg
1/4 c. milk
1/4 c. flour
1 1/2 tbsp. butter
1/2 tsp. vanilla
1/8 tsp. salt

1. Take your milk & egg out before to bring to room temperature.  Preheat oven to 350° and place small cast iron skillet/ baking dish in your oven to heat.
2. Measure out milk & flour- mix and set aside.  Whisk egg in a separate bowl for a few minutes until it is light, fluffy, & foamy.  Add flour, milk, salt, vanilla to egg and beat together. 
3. Remove skillet from oven and add your butter to it coating the bottom & sides.  Add your mixture to it and place in oven immediately after.  Bake for about 8 minutes or until golden brown!!

>>lemon juice + powdered sugar are the traditional topping for Dutch babies but syrup, berries, or anything else delicious will complement them just perfect, be creative! 


Ryan & Courtney said...

How funny, I was seriously just thinking today how I missed your little food posts. This one looks soo yummy! One day when I have an oven I am def gonna try it!

Jane said...

Yes! more food posts please. GREAT shots. and lemon + powdered sugar is money.

Leenie said...

Oh! That looks really yummy and so simple. I don't think I've ever tried anything "dutch-y", but I've heard great things all around about those kinds of foods. I need to get me one of those pans to get a cookin'!

p.s. My husband and I graduated from BYU-I, too! He's class of 2009 and I graduated 2010. :D We miss it there tons.

Kristine said...

incredible food photography. my mouth is watering...

Anonymous said...

I can really relate with living with the family! I do as well, and sometimes, it is a hard thing to keep up with painting, sketching, charcoals and photography when there are so many people around. Beautiful photos!

kylie said...

oh brittany you need to just make a cookbook. your photography in food just stuns me

Nikki Martinez said...

oh yummy:) you make me want to take food shots!

oh so lovely said...

oh this is one of my favorite breakfast *ever* i love your photography!

RAY said...

Hooray for delicious Winter food! I hope your weekend was completely lovely.
I'm following and I hope you'll come back and visit mine!

Randi Gardner said...

mmm! beautiful photos too!

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