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.
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.