And so I add my own typo to the confusion: That should be a total of 18g for eggs, not 108. My bad.
This is my family's Christmas tradition...I serve it with fresh berries, powdered sugar and real maple syrup. They love it...great after opening presents and before we start working on our fabulous Christmas dinner!
This was very good. It is different than American pancakes. It tastes like a puffy pastry. I used a ceramic oven safe souffle dish.
My family always used to call this a Dutch Pancake. I don't have that recipe, but this one looks very similar to how it was made. It's great. Light fluffy, and great with syrup and powdered sugar! Much easier than standing at the stove flipping pancakes
My fiance and I tried this recipe and absolutely loved it. We used a little syrup in addition to the powdered sugar before serving and it turned out perfect! We will be eating this quite often in the future.
This didn't have any reviews and I was curious. Have it in the oven now. Followed directions as written, but my butter was browning so I poured the batter in 5 minutes before my oven was at 400 degrees. Only dusted with powdered sugar - tasted a lot like french toast, but required much less attention to cook. Mine did look a lot like the picture on the site, but after cooling, it was thin - maybe 1/4 inch thick. It came out of the pan cleanly. My suggestion - don't be afraid to try it, it wasn't much work and you aren't out much if it doesn't become your new favorite.