Today’s spring breakfast recipe features another fresh citrus flavor. This time it’s orange. Sweet Florida orange juice is incorporated in the baked pancake with orange custard. It is similar to a Dutch Baby. Then you top the pancake with a homemade orange custard. There is no need for syrup on these pancakes. The custard is sweet enough for this pancake.
The custard itself is delicious on it’s own. It would be divine to stuff into a cream puff. The custard also includes Florida orange juice along with orange zest. It is so good and well worth the extra effort to make it.
It’s so easy to brighten up an ordinary recipe just by adding one ingredient, like 100 percent Florida orange juice, for a simple fix that will delight your taste buds.
Get more out of the ingredients in your refrigerator by thinking outside of the carton and adding nutrient-rich orange juice to everyday dishes for a unique burst of flavor just like in this recipe and the recent recipe I shared for Pork Carnitas.
Florida orange juice wants to help two lucky RMK readers think out side the carton by providing a prize pack including: a $20 Williams-Sonoma gift card, Claire Robinson’s “5 Ingredient Fix” cookbook, and a measuring cup.
To enter, just leave a comment on this post telling me your favorite way to enjoy orange juice. You have until March 21 at midnight (MST) to enter. Winner will be announced at the bottom of this post following the entry deadline.Print
Recipe adapted from Heidi Skolnik for Florida Orange Juice and used with permission.
Disclosure: I am a blogger ambassador for Florida Orange Juice. However, my opinions are my own. Information about orange juice in this post was provided by Florida Orange Juice.