Thanks so much for sharing your recipe so long ago, Paxye! I’ve changed it slightly over time but it’s basically still the same. After all the fun of sharing our bread making yesterday, I thought I would do the same with this simple and delicious breakfast.

Apple Pancake

  • 1 cup Flour (all purpose, whole wheat or mix)
  • 1 cup Milk (I use almond or rice)
  • 3 Eggs
  • 2 Apples, seeded and cored (peeled if you prefer)
  • Demerara Sugar
  • Butter, softened or Coconut Oil
  • Cinamon, Nutmeg, Cardamon or any favourite spices
  • Walnuts, Pecans, Flax Seeds or any nut or seed
  1. Slightly grease a cast iron pan and preheat it in the oven to 400′ while you make the pancake. (You can use an un heated deep dish pie pan if you prefer but the cast iron is better for a crisper crust and not sticking.)
  2. Combine flour, milk and eggs in a small dish and set aside.
  3. In a larger bowl mix together apple, sugar, butter, spices and nuts until apples are wholly coated.
  4. Take preheated cast iron pan out of the oven and pour batter into bottom. Top with apple mixture and bake for 25-30 minutes.

Apple Pancake

Leif and I made this while Lily was still sleeping. We were listening to The Cottars and dancing around a bit while waiting for the apple pancake to be finished. Perfect music for this morning.

Apple Pancake

9 Responses to Apple Pancake

  1. paxye says:

    It looks so good!!!

  2. Annie says:

    It was so good-as usual! Lily and I ate a couple slices each and Leif had one on his own. Poor dh may not get a piece when he comes home for lunch! It’s a favourite for him.

  3. Katherine says:

    I just knew, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that if I posted something cross about posting recipes, I would end up having to “eat my words.” Um, er, or eat your words, as it were.

    Because, YUM! We are going to make those apple pancakes soon. And thanks for sharing the recipe.

    cheers, Katherine

  4. Katherine says:

    Ooooh, also, I am seriously lusting after your stove. It is so beautiful and it is gas and it looks like one of the excellent old ones. Sigh.

  5. Katherine says:

    I just pulled my husband in here to see your stove. It has a double oven!

    Thanks for commenting on my blog. If you hadn’t, I might never have found you. I like your blog too. So I linked up. Hope that’s ok. K

  6. Annie says:

    You’ll love this recipe if you try it! It’s so easy that I only had to make it once and didn’t need to look at the written recipe again. It’s such a treat for my family even though I make it at few times each week.

    I love my stove too! I always try and take at least one gratuitous stove shot when I’m taking any photos in my kitchen! :D It’s an old wood stove converted to gas. It actually doesn’t have a double oven though sadly. The left side swings open to show some of the inner workings of the stove like where you click the pilot light on. This stove can be used as a legitimate heater if need be as well.

    I really love your blog so I’m glad to have found you too! Since I’m new to blogging, starting only this month I don’t mind and even appreciate you linking to mine!


  7. Annie says:

    Hey look at that- smilies work in the comments!

  8. Rae says:

    Made this morning and it is SO a keeper! Yum in my tum! Although, it was so good that I couldn’t stop eating even after I was for sure FULL. :)

  9. Annie says:

    Oh good! This is a favourite of ours! xx

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