whole wheat apple dutch baby

Waking up once again to darkness…especially the designer’s 4 am work departure, demanded something special for breakfast!

This delightful recipe was inspired by Nourished Kitchen:

1 1/2 canned apples in cinnamon (from last Fall)
2 tbs butter or ghee
1/2 cup almond milk (unsweetened)
6 eggs
1/2 cup wheat berries (blended into flour)
1/2 tsp RealSalt
1/2 tsp cinnamon
2 tbs raw sugar

  1. Preheat oven to 425 degrees.
  2. Warm cinnamon apples and butter in cast iron pan on medium low heat.
  3. In a bowl, beat remaining ingredients.
  4. Pour over apples and place in oven for 35 minutes.

I was surprised to see the designer home for a few minutes to eat…and relieved that I didn’t have to load the kiddos in the car to take him breakfast.  😉  He loved the dutch baby.  Later in the week I’ll try making the batter out of sprouted oat grouts.  I’d like to try the dutch baby with bananas, pears, rhubarb, red currants, apricots, plums….whatever I can find….yum, yum.

What would you put in your dutch baby? ~ xoxo, katrina

4 thoughts on “whole wheat apple dutch baby

  1. I have been looking for recipes to use my wheat flour, other than wheat bread. Thanks! And is 4 am his usual wake up time? Yikes…that must be so very painful in the cold, dark winter!

    • Yeah! Let me know how you like it. I’ll try and post some more wheat flour recipes. Oh, I’ll give you my 5 min a day dough recipe that you can use for bread, pizza dough, naan, bread sticks…
      As for the designer, he really has a great 3 min commute. They were finishing the engineering drawings for a new high school in Sandy. 16 hours that day, a bunch of extra hours last week, but I can’t complain. Just grateful he has a job and that they have work. 🙂

      ps. I’m going to catch the end of Kerri’s concert tonight and will give her a hug for you! xoxo

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