Raspberries at Raspberry Depot.com

Best Dutch Baby Pancakes with Fruit

German Pancakes
With Raspberries and Chocolate Chips

These are the Best Dutch Baby Pancakes with Fruit ever!

The raspberries and chocolate chips in these German style pancakes take your taste buds for a trip!

#ad GIFT IDEA: Cool Breakfast Stations

(Click on the LINKS for more Information)

*FTC Disclosure: As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases with no extra cost to you

*FTC Disclosure: As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying
purchases with no extra cost to you

Dutch Baby Recipe

Dutch Babies are always a special breakfast or brunch treat! They are, however, not your average breakfast size!

They are close to the size of dinner plates, so a single pancake can be shared among 4 -6 people.

Dutch Baby Pancake with Fruit

Baked Dutch Baby / German Pancakes Yummy German Pancake also Known as Dutch Baby

You can easily substitute the raspberries with sliced strawberries, cranberries, or cherries.

If you have never made Dutch Baby Pancakes you really should! Hopefully these pictures will inspire you to make these delicious treats!

I made two of these recipes at the same time, one with regular semi-sweet chocolate chips, the other with a mixture of semi-sweet chocolate and white chocolate.

If you are planning to serve a large number of people, simply make more than one of these pancakes ... they are whipped up super quickly in the blender, and most ovens will fit at least three at one time to bake.


1 tbsp. butter
3 eggs
3/4 cup milk
3/4 cup all-purpose flour
1/2 cup fresh or frozen raspberries
1/3 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips
icing sugar, for garnishing
maple syrup and whipped cream, for garnishing (optional)


Preheat the oven to 425° F.

Place the butter in a 9" or 10" glass pie plate dish and set in preheated oven.

In a blender, blend the eggs on "high" speed for 1 minute.

Gradually add the milk, and then the flour, continuing to blend, then blend for another 30 seconds.

Remove the pie plate from the oven and pour the batter into the center of the pie plate, over the hot, melted butter.

Making Dutch Baby /German Pancakes Oven Ready

Making Dutch Babies with Chocolate and RaspberriesMaking Dutch Baby Pancakes for Brunch!

Gently sprinkle the top with the raspberries and the chocolate chips.

Bake at 425° F for 20 -22 minutes or until puffed and golden brown.

Dust lightly with icing sugar and serve immediately.

If desired garnish with maple syrup and whipped cream.

Serves 4 - 6.


This recipe is great for a special breakfast or brunch for a large group of people, because you can make a few of these dutch babies at a time, and they are all done at the same time.

Pancake Made in the Oven Dutch Baby Pancakes Baking in the Oven


You may be tempted to make this recipe without using the blender, but it is most advisable to do so because using it will make a huge difference in how the pancake turns out!

The blender whips much more volume into the eggs than is possible to do by hand mixing.

TOP of Dutch Baby German Pancakes Recipe

RETURN to More Pancakes with Raspberries

HOME to Homepage

Enjoy this Page?  Please Share!

©2010-2024 Raspberry-depot.com - All Rights Reserved Worldwide 
No Reproduction Permitted Without
the Express Written Consent of the Site Owner

Online Raspberry Shop at Raspberry Depot

Raspberry Depot Facebook Page

Please Visit

My "Sister"


Rhubarb Recipes

Heart Shaped Recipes with Pictures

Special Occasion Recipes

Valentine Recipes 

Pancake Day Recipes

Easter Recipes

Mother's Day Recipes

Father's Day Recipes

Thanksgiving Recipes

Christmas Recipes

New Year's Eve Recipes

Subscribe to

This Site

RSS Feed Icon Button

Recommend Amazon

This Knife Sharpener
is one of the

that I have

I've been using
the same
Knife Sharpener as
the One Below for 
Well Over 10 Years!

Black Raspberries
Cake and Pastry Stands


I have used this
to make applesauce
for over 30 years!

Victorio Food Strainer


Some of My

No More Burned
Pie Crusts!

I have used this



to make applesauce

for over 40 years!

go to the