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Savoury Dutch Baby Toppings

Find out how to make a puffy, fluffy Dutch baby and top it with these savoury topping ideas! 

In partnership and featuring recipes from Australian Eggs.

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Savoury Dutch Baby pancake toppings

When you think of pancakes, dinner isn't usually the first thing that comes to mind. But with the Dutch Baby pancake, you can enjoy puffy, fluffy goodness at any time of the day! Like crepes, the simple batter for Dutch Babies can easily lean sweet or savoury. The thin batter is poured into a piping hot pan and then baked until it's puffed and crisp around the edges, and tender in the centre. Check out these savoury topping ideas and learn how to make a Dutch Baby for dinner.
 

Savoury Dutch Baby ideas

How to make a mushroom Dutch Baby for dinner

Garlic and mushrooms are a classic pairing, add in some creamy goat's cheese and it's a match made in heaven. This Dutch Baby is great for dinner, check out the salmon version next for a brunch-worthy twist.

Get the recipe: Garlic Mushroom and Chives Dutch Baby
 

How to make a salmon Dutch Baby for brunch

Smoked salmon and creme fraiche turn a Dutch Baby into a fancy looking brunch (that's actually low effort!). Impress the fam on the weekend or save this recipe for Easter.

Get the recipe: Salmon and Dill Savoury Dutch Baby

How to serve Dutch Babies

Make the meal more exciting by making a build-your-own toppings station. Prepare toppings and lay them out on the table, buffet style, so that everyone can grab a bit of what they like. Pull the Dutch Baby out of the oven, soak in the oohs and ahhs and then slice up the pancake so everyone gets a serve on their plate. Let everyone help themselves to their own toppings and sit back and enjoy!

Since there's no baking powder in Dutch Baby pancake batter, it can also be made ahead of time. It can even be put in the fridge overnight if you plan on having brunch at home, just remember to let it come to room temperature before baking. Try making 2-3 servings of the batter and making more pancakes so everyone has their fill. Always preheat the pan between servings and you'll end up with puffy pancakes every time.
 

More Dutch Baby tips

Click if you're interested in learning more about How to Make Dutch Baby Pancakes! This Masterclass has all the tips and tricks for getting a perfectly puffed up pancake to fill with sweet and savoury toppings.

**DISCLAIMER: Australian Eggs is a contributing recipe partner at myfoodbook.com.au. This feature includes a mix of content sourced from Australian Eggs and our own opinions. Find out more about Australian Eggs.

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