Finally! A breakfast voted unanimously yummy from all four kids. This was delicious.
It was too eggy tasting. Just personal preference.
As every other review said, this is delicious! Almost like having dessert for breakfast. I used one large Granny Smith apple but actually sliced it too thin. I used a 9" pie plate but think a 10'' might work out better; it would be less cake-like. Bacon or sausage would complement this nicely. Thanks for posting, akgrown. . . . Janet
Delicious. Used 1 LARGE Granny Smith apple, DF margarine and coconut milk beverage b/c of DH's dairy allergies. Turned out great! Delicious!
This is fairly quick to put together and tastes great. My kids loved it. I did lose mine while flipping it though. Luckily I had just cleaned the counter and it was easily moved back onto a plate with a spatula ;)
Really good and easy to make! I reduced butter to 4 tbsp in the caramel topping and to 2 tbsp in the pancake batter and glad I did. I may try to further reduce butter in the topping to 3 tbsp next time. I also reduced brown sugar to 5 tbsp but should have kept it at 6 tbsp. I think some vanilla extract in the batter or more cinnamon would do nicely. I added 1/8 tsp salt to the batter. Mine is done in a little less than 20 mins.
YUM! I didn't have buttermilk, so I used regular skim milk with some lemon juice in it. We had a breakfast for dinner night, and it was just great! I used a Pampered Chef bar pan, and we devoured it! I think we'll be making this one for Christmas morning breakfast!!!! Thanks again!!!
This is one of the most delicious things I have ever eaten! However, I would label it Caramel Apple Upside Down Cake since the batter is cake batter, not pancake batter (the batter is just like Pineapple Upside Down Cake). I used a cake pan instead of pie pan (based on a previous review) and am glad I did or the pancake would have been all over the oven. Thank you for this wonderful recipe! It will be a great way to use up all of the apples from the apple trees in my backyard.
Brilliant pancake! Take care when turning it over (I almost lost one! Perish the thought!)