Hello there– Love this cheerful baking dish full of blueberries and custard. You put it together in just 10 minutes and while it’s baking, you can put on some music, build a fire in the fireplace and throw together a salad, maybe a little bacon. Sunday brunch.
BLUEBERRY DUTCH BABY
2 tab. butter
2 large eggs
1/2 cup milk
1/2 cup flour
3 tab. sugar
2 tsp. vanilla
pinch of salt
6 0z. blueberries (about 1 1/4 cup)
powdered sugar for dusting
Melt the butter in the microwave. In a mixing bowl, whisk together the eggs and milk. Then whisk in the milk, flour, sugar, vanilla and salt.
Pour the melted butter into a 9″ baking dish sprayed with cooking spray, covering the bottom of the dish. Then spoon in the egg batter on top of the butter and top with the blueberries.
Pop it into a 425 degree oven and bake for 20 minutes. Dust it with powdered sugar straight from the oven and eat it up while it’s hot and puffy!
14 thoughts on “Blueberry Dutch Baby”
sounds and looks wonderful. Did you use fresh blueberries or frozen?
Hi Cate– I used fresh because they were on sale at the market. The recipe I worked from used frozen, so I think they would be great… I usually have frozen blueberries from Trader Joe’s in the freezer, so I’ll try them next time.
Excellent! Thank you Rhonda. 🙂
Looks lovely. Love the blueberries baked into it.
Hi Seana– Yep, I’ve only topped dutch babies with berries after they were cooked. So when I saw this recipe, I just wanted to give it a try and it worked out fine! I’ll bet you have better berries up where you live!
🙂 Well, we do have perfect climate for blueberries and I love it when they are in season. You can buy buckets of them at a really good price! Next dutch baby I make I’ll add them to the batter!
I’m a little blueberry-ish jealous!
Looks beautiful 🙂
Waw, I love it too! My dessert for tomorrow! Yumm!
Hey Sophie– Do you grow blueberries? I know you have a pretty backyard garden.
I love a dutch baby and never had one with blueberries. It looks delicious! I really must try this,
Rhonda, I am not a big blueberry fan. Do you think this dish would work with other berries? Boyesnberries? Raspberries? Strawberries?
Hey Ruth– Don’t you think raspberries would be perfect? I did a different “Finnish” pancake once and it had raspberries–so yummy.