Well known as the Poffertjes or the classic Dutch Pancake or baby pancake. They are babies indeed ; tiny , sweet and cute all together. And they are delicious as well. I must say, we have to add ‘fun’ to its name . Making those little ones is  real fun. I really enjoyed the time baking it. One good reason, this was the second time I used the pan and it came out well. First one was not good, I wasn’t satisfied with the result. Anyway, it was months months ago.

We’d better get right to the way how they become the little delicious ones.

Please Have :

1 cup warm milk

1 cup all-purpose flour

2 eggs

Pinch salt

1/4 teaspoon baking powder

2 tablespoon butter, melted

1 tablespoon sugar

Now get to work :

Whisk the eggs and sugar till well combined. Add the milk and butter, stir thoroughly . Mix the flour, baking powder and salt into the egg mixture. Beating well and make sure there are no lumps. Put aside  the batter for ten minutes .

Heat the pan and lightly grease with each dimple  butter . Pour a small amount of batter into each dimple. You can use spoon or fill the batter into a squeeze bottle to easier pouring the batter. When the sides are dry up and bubbles appear on the surface, use the tin of a fork to flip the poffertjes over. Watch carefully for one minute max.

Serve them hot , sprinkle with powdered sugar or shredded cheese or strawberry jam or cinnamon sugar mixture. Anything will do. The topping will go well with the poffertjes. They are friendly (lol).

Have fun making it !

The little ones are transforming their beauty

The little ones are transforming their beauty

Nice looking and tempting poffetjes

Nice looking and tempting poffertjes


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