Apple pancakes, a breakfast or brunch classic, combine everyone's favorite fall fruit with the all-American pancake. But the best variation may be these German-inspired, baked pancakes with apples, just right for breakfast and brunch.See Popular Apple Pancakes Recipes
Part pancake, part doughnut and part fruit, your kids will rave for this breakfast treat!
Serve these golden apple-spice griddle cakes with honey, reduced-calorie syrup, or fresh fruit.
Apple-cinnamon or vanilla Greek yogurt would work beautifully in (and on top of) these protein-rich pancakes.
Call ?em griddle cakes, hot cakes, flapjacks, sweat pads, or pancakes, these fluffy filling disks, a favorite food of lumberjacks, still make a hearty meal on chilly mornings. Modeled after the thin Swedish pancake and French crepe, there's nothing dainty about this American cousin. Keep the stack warm in a loosely covered ovenproof dish in a 300 degrees F oven. These healthful whole wheat pancakes are delicious with Cider Syrup and warm applesauce.
These pancakes are like breakfast apple pies--complete with apple pie spice and applesauce. Serve them for a weekend breakfast or brunch.
Top these fruit-spiked pancakes with maple syrup and toasted walnuts and serve for breakfast on a cool fall morning.
This baked puffy German pancake is filled with a cinnamon-brown sugar apple mixture.