Awesome, simply awesome! Thank you for sharing this with us - it is very authentic and very tasty and easy to make!
Delicious! I have omitted the sugar for the apple filling (b/c the MacIntosh apples are quite sweet already), and using only about 1Tbsp butter to sautee apples, and then brush about 1/2 tsp on pan for each pancake made. I serve them with thick slices of bacon, and maple syrup... MmmMmmm, thanks for sharing!
These pancakes were absolutly delicious! I served them with warmed real maple syrup and some thick slab cut bacon. We easily could have licked our plates clean. Thank you for sharing this recipe!
OH MY GOODNESS! We had these for dinner tonight (after stupid me forgot to turn on the crockpot). DS decided he wanted apple pancakes and chose this. To die for! Tastes just like the ones we have gotten for breakfast at a local restaurant. DS had TWO of these wonderfully tasty and HUGE pancakes! Thanks Bethany!!! BTW, I am making these again when my mom comes to visit. MY MOM! If that doesn't tell you these are incredible, nothing will!
Fantastic! For a person who can barely make normal pancakes, I found this recipe really fun and easy to follow. Adding temperatures and timing may have helped, but I ended up figuring it out quickly on my stove. I ate it without any maple syrup; I found that the apples, cinnamon, and sugar were satisfying enough. The taste reminded me of waffles I used to make. Pretty darn good!
I was a little disappointed in the texture of the pancakes,maybe I was expecting them to be like my regular batter....but with no baking powder to make them rise,they seemed too eggy as well.I did love the apple mixture which I would use with my regular pancake batter.I will try them again with less eggs and see how they turn out.
I made this to get extra credit in German Class, and everyone in the class loved it! my whole family loves it too!