Monday, October 1, 2012

Apple Cinnamon Pancakes

Apple!? Yes of course! This is a very simple and straightforward recipe.

This is supposedly for 6 pancakes but I made two and I ate them both for dinner. I also made some bacon and considered making eggs... but that was beyond me. Anyways.

Heat a small pat of butter on a frying pan on medium heat.
Saute 1 small/med size apple with 3/4 tsp of cinnamon. Stir around for about 3-5 minutes. Apples should be tender but not mushy.

Meanwhile, combine your favorite pancake batter. Mine is store brand "just add water." To this 1 cup of plain buttermilk pancake mix, I add 2/3 water (according to the directions), plus an additional tsp of cinnamon and a tsp of vanilla. Combine but it should be lumpy.

Melt a small pat of butter in the frying pan, or use the pan that you just made bacon in. In the hot skillet, pour in the pancake batter and sprinkle in the apple pieces (you can always mix it in the batter, but don't over mix or you will have tough pancakes!).

When it starts to bubble at the top/the edges start to look like pancake edges/when you shake the pan it moves slides on the pan, shove a spatula underneath and attempt to flip it. Then let it cook up until its crispy on the outside and there is no runny batter leaking out the side.


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