How about a large fluffy pancake that’s fun to make. It works for breakfast or dessert. The best part, it takes five minutes to come together with the use of a blender. Dutch baby on Happensatthebean.com
Combine eggs, flour, milk, sugar and nutmeg in a blender and blend until smooth 30-45 seconds.
Place butter in a heavy 10-inch skillet gently melt butter. Using a pastry brush paint sides on skillet with butter. Add the batter to the pan, place pan in the oven and bake for 20 minutes, until the pancake is puffed and golden.
Remove pancake from oven, and serve at once topped with syrup, fruit, confectioners' sugar or lemon.
This recipe is based on the waffle recipe in The Fannie Farmer Cookbook. I believe it was published in 1896. My mom only ever relied on a few cookbooks and Fannie Farmer was one of those few. These waffles are thin and crisp on the outside and light and fluffy inside. A dash of cinnamon gives the dish a little depth of flavor.
The sugar, butter & egg ratios in these brownies reminded me of a pound cake my Great Aunts often made, so I thought why not give this recipe a shot. Shiny, crinkly crust with a chocolatey denseness might be a good place to start.
***Note: A simple way to improve chocolate baked treats (chocolate cake, brownies, chocolate pudding, etc) is to avoid the mass-market chocolate brands. Seek out high quality chocolate/cocoa. It's a little more expensive, but it will dramatically improve your desserts.