Coconut Pineapple Dutch Baby

I’m excited to share this recipe with you because it’s an excellent option if you’re thinking about serving a special breakfast on Mother’s Day. Instead of taking the usual route with ordinary pancakes, eggs and bacon, try something new and indulgent. Dutch Baby is easy to make and it’s a tasty and creative recipe.Until we made it, I had never heard of Dutch Baby. I mean…what the heck is it?! Dutch Baby is similar to pancakes, but I think even better. Like pancakes, you can serve Dutch Baby with maple syrup, a sprinkling of confectioner’s sugar, even more butter if you want. The original recipe called for bananas and pineapple but since Kara doesn’t like bananas we stuck with pineapple only.

The end result was buttery, pancake-like goodness. It got all puffy around the edges and golden brown and looked good enough to eat right out of the skillet. Mother’s Day is just around the corner so make sure you keep this recipe in mind!

Here's what you'll need

Start off by sprinkling shredded coconut on a baking sheet and toast until golden brown

Measure out your dry ingredients including the toasted coconut

In another bowl, combine sugar and eggs

Whisk together then whisk in milk

Incorporate the wet with the dry…should be thin

Melt butter in a cast iron skillet

Pour the batter in…

Watch it become bubbly while baking

Perfect Mom's Day breakfast!