3 Reviews

We love this! This is our treat for Sunday mornings. It is very easy to make. We 1/2 the recipe, throw it in a cast iron skillet and place it in a toaster oven at 350. IT does seem to turn out a little different every time but always tastes great!

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wittlebit83 April 13, 2008

This is very good. I made this for my daughter and myself and I think my daughter thought I must have lost my mind because we were having dessert for breakfast!! I think because this is pretty sweet it's something I'd make to serve about six people. I'd just give them each a slice about the size of a slice of pie and serve it with fresh fruit. I don't have any cast iron cookwear so I made it in a 9 inch Cake pan and It worked out just fine. I also added a 1/2 tsp. of cinnamon to the pancake batter. Yum! I think the Cinnamon Apples is something I could use with many other things. Like over sliced poundcake and topped with whipped cream or maybe spoon a little over some ice cream. Yum!! I would definately make this again. Especially if I had a small group of people to serve this to. This was so easy to toss together too. Thank you for sharing.

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MTpockets March 14, 2007

Makes a wonderful Sunday breakfast. Apples can be substituted with other fruits: strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, bananas, etc. You might need to make two if you have a hungry bunch of folks. Highly recommended!

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Trevor G December 13, 2004
German Apple Pancakes