Apple Dutch Baby (Primal/Paleo)

After an unexpected move and surviving the great floods of Colorado, I am back. I totally had recipes planned to post while I was unavailable, but it didn't quite pan out. We went on a 10-day road trip to Colorado and after 50 hours of driving we had lots of road snacks left over including some less than stellar (texture wise) apples. I wanted to bake them, but also wanted breakfast. After a couple tries, this grain-free dutch baby with apples was born.

Apple Dutch Baby
primal / paleo / grain-free / gluten-free 
Yield: 2-3 servings

2T butter or coconut oil
2 medium size apples
1 1/2t cinnamon, divided
3/4c milk of choice
3 eggs
1/2c blanched almond flour
1/4c tapioca flour
1 1/2T granulated sweetener
1t vanilla

Preheat the oven to 400 degrees. While it is warming, put the butter in a pie pan then put the pan into the oven. 

Peel, core, and somewhat thinly slice the apples. At this time the butter should be melted. Brush the butter up the sides of the pan, add the apple slices, sprinkle with 1/2t cinnamon and bake for 7-8 minutes.

Combine the milk, eggs, flours, sweetener, vanilla and remaining 1t cinnamon in a small bowl. Whisk together. When the apples are done, pour the batter over them and return to the oven for 25 minutes.

Enjoy the puffing before it falls and serve with a dusting of cinnamon and maple syrup if you choose.

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