She's right, these do make a pretty exceptional breakfast - especially when topped with maple mixed berries and maple whipped cream. They're simple- flour, eggs, a little sugar and milk and less than 5 minutes prep time. Then in to the oven for another 20 or so. Viola, the perfect breakfast.

**Pan Popovers**

*1 Cup Flour*

*4 Eggs*

*1 Cup Milk*

*2 Tbsp Granulated Maple Sugar*

*2 Tbsp butter*

*Preheat oven to 450 degrees. Place four small (4" cast iron pans) on medium heat with a 1/2 tbsp of butter in each pan. Alternatively you could cook the popovers in two batches or use two larger 8" to 10" pans.*

Mix flour, eggs, milk and sugar in a mixing bowl until smooth. When pans are hot, pour 1/4 of the batter into each pan and swirl. Then place pans in preheated oven.

Cook for ~20 minutes or until the popovers are golden and puffy.

**Maple Berries**

*1/2 Cup Granulated Maple Sugar*

*12 oz Frozen Mixed Berries (use fresh if in season)*Place mixed berries in a sauce pan with granulated maple sugar. Stir occasionally. Remove from heat when berries are thawed and juices has reached a slightly syrupy stat

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**Maple Whipped Cream**

*1 Cup Heavy Whipping Cream*

*1/8 to 1/4 Cup Granulated Maple Sugar*

Beat maple sugar and whipping cream together until it forms stiff peaks.