Old-Fashioned Hootenanny Cake


Old-Fashioned Hootenanny Cake

Old-Fashioned Hootanany Cake

This recipe for Old-Fashioned Hootenanny Cake goes by a lot of different names, depending on where you come from. Whether you call it Hootenanny Cake, German pancakes, Dutch Babies or something else entirely, we're sure you can agree this dish is just plain tasty! Made with basic ingredients including milk, flour and eggs (and not much else), this Hootenanny cake recipe couldn't get much easier to make! Whether you enjoy this treat in the morning or afternoon, you won't be able to get enough of this fluffy confection that tastes best when drenched in maple syrup!

Cooking Time20 min

Cooking MethodOven, Casserole

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Pop open a tin of apple pie filling warm it up slightly. After the cake is done, top with the warm apple mixture. Extra fancy service... with a small scoop of vanilla ice cream sprinkled with nutmeg cinnamon sugar over top of the apples. (All fruit pie fillings would work beautifully)

I have never heard of Hootanany cake. It would seem to be a great thing to make for breakfast or maybe brunch. Maybe just sprinkle some powdered sugar on top or use honey instead of maple syrup. It seems to have a lot of eggs in proportion to the amount of flour. But, I will try it and see how it goes.

Ruthep I have never heard of the Hootanany cake either but it really sounds delicious and looks super easy. My grandkids eat eggs and love pancakes and it seems to be a cross between the 2 and they love syrup and fruits. Sometimes when I am out of fruit I use jam on my pancakes and I bet it would be yummy on this. Have you tried this yet?


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