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    4 Tablespoons margarine melted in a 9 x 13 inch pan. Set aside.

    Mix together: Batter will be lumpy.

    1 cup milk
    1 cup flour
    4 eggs
    1/2 tsp salt

    Pour the batter into the pan that the margarine is melted in. DO NOT MIX.
    Bake 20 minutes on 400 degrees. Take out of oven and SPRINKLE as much powdered sugar on top as you want and bake another 5 minutes.

    I make HOMEMADE powdered sugar and here is the recipe.

    1 cup sugar
    1 Tablespoon Corn Starch
    Mix in a blender until it reaches powdered sugar stage..only takes a minute or so.

    I also make HOMEMADE brown sugar and here is the recipe for that.

    1 cup sugar
    1-2 teaspoon molasses (depending on how dark you want the brown sugar)

    Mix in a blender until it is mixed well and looks like brown sugar.

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    Sounds good. Is this something like fried dough???????

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    Sounds good. Had know idea you could make powder surgar or brown sugar. Thanks for the recipe.

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    Sounds great. Will definitely have to try this.

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    Nerver tried this before, seems interesting, will try.

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    Sounds wonderful! Thank you. I've saved this.

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    Do you just serve this with the powdered sugar, or can you do other toppings?

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    Do you use plain or self-rising flour?

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    Holy, thanks for the recipe, but especially for the tips on how to make icing sugar, and brown sugar...yeppy now I know what to do when I run out of either one.... :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewgull
    Do you use plain or self-rising flour?
    I use just regular old flour like gold medal or the generic brand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by btiny36
    Holy, thanks for the recipe, but especially for the tips on how to make icing sugar, and brown sugar...yeppy now I know what to do when I run out of either one.... :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:
    I have NOT bought powdered sugar or brown sugar in a couple of years after I found these recipes. Why pay a buck or more for a little box of it when you already have sugar in the house. You possibly may even have molasses in your cupboard. :)

    And just think...come the holidays when you use so much of the brown or powdered sugar, you can make your own instead of having to make a trip to the store. :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmrenno
    Sounds good. Is this something like fried dough???????
    Sorta kinda maybe, someone called it something else awhile back that I shared it with and I can't remember what they said.
    This is a recipe was given to me by my grandma about 15 years or more ago. I make it off and on, but because I put so much powdered sugar on it, I can't make it to often. The powdered sugar makes it taste sweet. Ohhhhhhhhh man I could eat a pan of it just by myself right now. LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by patchsamkim
    Do you just serve this with the powdered sugar, or can you do other toppings?
    When its cooked for the 20 minutes, you sprinkle powdered sugar on the top to make it sweet and then cook if for 5 more minutes to make the sugar melt. I am sure that you could use other toppings. This is something you can eat hot or cold. We seem to eat it hot since it never lasts long enough to cool. LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by btiny36
    Holy, thanks for the recipe, but especially for the tips on how to make icing sugar, and brown sugar...yeppy now I know what to do when I run out of either one.... :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:
    Copy the recipe and hang it on your fridge...thats where mine is although I don't need it anymore, but I am sure as soon as I take it off the fridge, I will forget how to make it. LOL

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    I call these Dutch Babies and my neighbor calls them shoe soles.

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    If you make your "Pan Puffy" with only 2 eggs and bake it in the drippings in your roasting pan after you remove the roast and serve it as a side to your roast along with gravy, it's called Yorkshire Pudding - very British and very yummy!

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    Sounds good

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    We call it a Dutch Baby, love them with powder sugar and lemon.

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    Thanks Deanna!

    I've seen the cakes called Dutch Babies served with fillings like fresh fruit or canned pie fillings. Yum!!! Sure that you could do the same with this.

    Sue

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    What size pan do you use?

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    I have a similar recipe that calls for a can of fruit plus the juice. You spoon the fruit and its juice over the mixture (DO NOT STIR IN) and sprinkle with granulated white sugar or brown sugar before you bake. It is called Fruit Pudding. It is always good not too sweet.

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    Sounds good! Thank you for the recipe

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    and where, pray-tell did you think powdered sugar and brown sugar came from??? Let's see now perhaps the powdered sugar tree or the brown sugar bush, hmmmmm.....

    OK, I'm with you, I never thought about what was in powdered sugar - guess we should both read more labels LOL.
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    do remember hearing somewhere about brown sugar substitute (butter, molasses, sugar)

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    Sounds good - think I'll give it a try when our weather COOLs DOWN! - 99 again and 100 tomorrow. I don't use the oven much in the summer so look forward to cooler temps so I can try this one.

    Thanks for the recipe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivian Ketron
    Sounds good. Had know idea you could make powder surgar or brown sugar. Thanks for the recipe.
    '

    You can make splenda powdered sugar using the same method of Splenda and corn starch.

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