July 15, 2005 1:56 pm

HARRY POTTER AT 12:01AM! WOOOO!

:note: Daniel playing Kirby Air Ride

I’m in the midst of doing a load of laundry so that I can wear my Gryffindor shirt downtown tonight (I will also be using my Gryffindor tie as a belt). Daniel’s wearing my “Have you seen this wizard?” shirt since it’s a men’s medium. We’re going to meet Callie and Paul down by the street party thing and P-A-R-T-A-Y until the book comes out at 12:01am.

:excite: :excite: :excite:

Possibly in honor of this, Daniel decided to make us breakfast this morning. He called his mom to get her recipe for Popovers, and ended up getting both that and the recipe for Dutch Babies. Since we only had 3 eggs, he made Dutch Babies instead, which are sorta the same thing but a little different. Ha. Anyway, you can eat them with honey or jam or syrup (we tried honey and then apple jelly, both were pretty delicious) and they are very, very good. :yum: The recipes are as follows:

:star: :star:

Dutch Babies
3 Eggs
3/4 cups milk
3/4 cups flour

Heat oven to 425 degrees.

Melt 1/4 cup butter in 9×13 pan (OR if you’re using an 11×7 pan, melt 3tbsp butter). Mix ingredients until smooth and pour into buttery pan. Bake for 25 minutes. The Dutch Babies should “pop over” or raise up the sides of the pan.

*****

Popovers
4 Eggs
2 Cups Milk
2 Cups Flour

Heat oven to 450 degrees.

Cut a few pats of butter into fourths, and put one little square in each muffin cup. DO NOT USE MUFFIN PAPERS. Mix ingredients until smooth, and fill muffin cups 3/4 full. Bake 25 minutes. The popovers should “pop over” the edges of the muffin cups.

Enjoy! :love:

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2 Comments

  • Callie says:

    seems like the names for the recipies should be reversed… Dutch Babies for the little muffin-like thingies, since they’re smaller and plural.

  • Meggan says:

    Yeah… that does make sense… I’m not even sure why the pan ones are called Dutch Babies anyway… Hehe, it’s not my recipe.