This Lemon Poppy Seed Dutch Baby is a light and fluffy pancake baked in the oven. With a light lemon flavor, it’s the perfect breakfast treat for the weekend.
My daughter and I are in the process of returning back to civilization.
Cue the tears.
Going on a 10-day cruise to 5 different countries is tough work, let me tell you! What’s even more difficult is the re-entry process!
We arrived home at 3:15 pm yesterday, stopped somewhere to pick up food and I was in bed by 5:30 to take a nap.
Guess I needed more than just a couple hours because when Kurt attempted to sweetly wake me by rubbing my head, I barely moved so there he left me. Fully clothed and with my contacts still in, I woke up around 7 am this morning.
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I was exhausted because of our fun late nights and early mornings, but also because on Tuesday I came down with a cold. I’ve been feeling pretty yucky the past few days, but after last night’s great sleep, I finally feel like I’m kicking it.
No more time to be sick. I’ve got taxes to finish, posts to do, recipes to make, and LIVE videos to do with you all! Ain’t no more down time allowed!
My first post about cruising will be going up this week, so be on the lookout for it. You definitely want to consider taking a cruise if you haven’t already been. They are pretty stinking incredible.
A huge thank you if you joined me for any of the live videos while we were exploring the Caribbean Sea and various ports. I know the reception was not too reliable at times, but it was a lot of fun sharing all of them with you, especially Wilma dancing up a storm. She was wonderful!
If you missed them, you can still check them out on my Facebook page in the video section.
In the meantime, enjoy this delicious Lemon Poppy Seed Dutch Baby. It’s so light and fluffy. It will be perfect for Mother’s Day and you just might to make two in case she’s really hungry. 😉
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Breakfast is my most favorite meal and if you like it as much as I do, perhaps you’d enjoy my Peaches and Cream Baked French Toast. Or if you’d prefer some chocolate as opposed to fruit with your morning meal make this Chocolate Croissant Baked French Toast. A glass of Shamrock Farms Cold Brew Coffee and Milk and Apple Oatmeal will warm you right up after your feet hit the floor first thing in the morning. Also, this Denver Scrambled Breakfast Braid is the perfect recipe to serve when you have guests visiting.
Take a look at these two great Dutch Baby videos..
I give you BIG baking hugs and muffins!!