Posted by: Diane F | September 9, 2009

So yesterday was desert, now how about breakfast

Today, I won’t be so sneaky, I will actually give you the recipe.  Baked apple pancakes are on the menu this morning.  Here we go,

two tart apples

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I peeled them this morning, but I have also left the peel on. Thinly slice them and saute them in 1/4 cup of butter. 

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now in a large bowl mix 3/4 cup of any “complete” pancake mix (the just add water kind) if you don’t have the complete kind, just substitute milk where I add water.  Plus 1 tsp of sugar

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add 3 eggs

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and 1/2 cup of water or milk, depending on you pancake mix,mix well.

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by now your apples should be soft but not falling apart

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Pour pancake batter over the top ans sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar.  The original recipe calls for 1/3 cup of sugar.  I use less than 1/4 cup as we put maple syrup on these when they are finished baking. It also calls for 1 tsp cinnamon, I just sprinkle til it looks good.  If I have nutmeg I put some of that on too.

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Bake in a 450 degree oven for 12-14 minutes until pancake is puffed and sugar is melted.

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Slice, serve with maple syrup and enjoy

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I double the recipe usually, and bake it in a 9×13 pan.  This is usually a Sunday morning thing, but I have also made it for supper too.  No one is ever disappointed when they here that is what is for supper.  This is always a hit at Brunch.

Sorry about not having anything quilt related again today.



  1. This looks so great…and easy, too! Thanks for sharing the recipe. It may be our dinner tonight! ;0)

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