Really good recipe. I had some Honeycrisp apples I wanted to use this morning, and found this. I made it in a cast iron pan, and in my oven, it only took 20 mins at 400. My 9-yr-old son rated this recipe as "Outstanding!" Thank you for posting it.
Like another reviewer, I first had Pannekoeken in Rochester, MN and loved it! So this morning, a week later, I woke up wanting the delicious dish again but alas, I am in Washington state! Fortunately food.com never lets me down! I too baked this in a cast iron pan (and have the burn to prove it). Instead of apples I used pears because I had two who were packing to go south soon. I melted the fresh butter on the stove and then baked for 25 minutes at 400 and it puffed up so beautifully! Served with raspberry freezer jam a good, strong cup of coffee as you should! Definitely a keeper of a recipe with a lot of options. In Rochester I had mine with blueberries (fresh) which was also delicious.
DELICIOUS! I followed a slightly different procedure but the ratio of ingredients is perfect. Melt the butter in a cast iron pan (make sure it is ultra scrubbed clean; you don't want an onion after taste!) Add the apples ( I used 3 and did not peel them). Cook until apple begins to soften. Pour the egg mix on top and sprinkle with the cinnamon sugar (I used half because I served the pancake with maple syrup). Put in the oven. 15-18 minutes at 400F. I used whole wheat flour. SOOOOOOOO GOOOD! Perfect for potlucks and brunches.
YUM!!! Discovered these eggy pancake like creations at Pannekoeken in Rochester, MN and had to find a recipe! They do them in different flavors, ie: bacon and cheese, strawberry, even a dinner with meat and potatoes! I would do this in a cast iron skillet next time--as they do at the restaurant, and I did put cinnamon in the batter as well--but these are simple and delicious! Give them a try, you will be hooked!
This turned out great! I like how the pancake puffs up around the edges and middle as it cooks. I used a 9 x 13" baking dish and my pancake came out thinner than most pictured (it was ready at 25 mins). A good tip is to fully preheat the oven before putting the pan in, this way the edges don't brown too fast. Thanks you.
I love this and so did my family. Apples were perfect. A little sweet, but I used half soy milk.
Having never had a Pannekoeken before I wasn't quite sure what to expect. I used Whole Wheat flour and it worked just fine. It was tasty, Super Easy to put together and lovely to look at but I think it might need a little more Oomph to it. DH asked me to save the recipe and make it again but I think I'll add some Cinnamon to the batter next time as well just to kind of bump it up a bit. Thanks for sharing!
Hands down, best Apple Pancake I've ever had! My hubby made this today for Mother's Day and it is wonderfully textured and perfectly sweet. Thanks for the keeper!
Great recipe! We doubled the recipe and cut the sugar by over half (both in the batter and on top) and didn't miss it. It was still plenty sweet, especially with a little maple syrup drizzle. Also added chopped pecans for a little added texture and it was wonderful. Thanks Jess!