Cricket Dutch Baby

Cricket Dutch Baby
3 Eggs
1/2 cup All Purpose Flour
1/4 cup Cricket Powder
3/4 cup Milk (I use cashew almond milk – unflavored)
2 tablespoons Butter
Optional: Topping of your choice (Fruit, Powdered Sugar, Honey, etc..)

  • Preheat oven to 425
  • In a medium sized mixing bowl combine cricket powder and all purpose flour.
  • Add eggs and milk to your mixed cricket flour and whisk well, until it is left a little bubbly on the top.
  • Add butter to 9×9 pan and put in oven for 4-5 minutes or until slightly browned
  • Remove pan from oven and pour in your batter
  • Bake for 15-20 min
  • Let cool, add your topping, and Enjoy! I used some local blackberry honey πŸ™‚

Dutch baby, in my eyes is like the perfect mix between French toast and pancakes. It was a weekend breakfast staple when I was first introduced to it. I was very excited to get to try it out with cricket powder! It came out great! The cricket powder makes the flavor just a little nuttier/earthier than if it had been made with regular all purpose flour, almost like almonds were added. With the honey it was absolutely delicious! It’s such a quick and simple recipe to follow using the most basic kitchen staples (but don’t forget the cricket powder!). The 1/4 cup of cricket powder adds:

  • 22 grams of protein
  • 6 grams of healthy fats (Remember cricket powder is full of omega-3 and 6 fats)
  • 8% daily value of iron
  • 46% daily value of vitamin B2

Can’t pass that up! I urge you all to get some cricket powder and try this recipe out for yourself! I personally like buying on amazon from Cricket Flours (www.cricketflours.com) and have never had an issue with the quality of their product. You can find their cricket powder here on Amazon as well! Don’t have Prime? Sign up HERE for a free 30 day trial! I can never pass up their free two day shipping! πŸ™‚

E-mail and let us know how you like it or if there are any other recipes you would like us to try adding cricket powder to! For now enjoy this delicious breakfast treat πŸ™‚

IMPORTANT NOTE: Individuals with a crustacean shellfish allergy may be allergic to crickets