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These were very good, but I don't think they came out like they were supposed to. The apples stayed at the bottom of the tins and didn't rise to the top so when I was removing them, a lot of the apple filling was still in the muffin pan and not in the muffin. I also had to cook them a lot longer than 10 minutes. Probably closer to 20 - 25 minutes. These were very good though and definitely a treat for breakfast. I will add another apple to the recipe next time. I will also pour a little batter into the muffin tin before adding the apples to insure that they won't be on the bottom and then pour a little more batter on top. They were very pretty sprinkled with the powdered sugar! Thanks for posting this great idea!

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Chef of 5 March 06, 2010

These were something different and very good! I think I may have added a full cup of milk, rather than the 3/4 c called for, but they were still fabulous! Mine came out with a custard-like texture, and had plenty of apples in them. (I used two large apples).The butter should be melted, I believe, before adding to the blender. You could also substitute oil, as I chose to do. I really enjoyed the change of pace. Thanks for sharing!

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Julie F August 15, 2010

Yummy! These were simple and very good. I cooked mine for about 18 minutes before they were set and they probably could have gone a couple more minutes. Thanks Cadillacgirl for a nice new keeper. Made for Fall PAC 2009.

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lazyme September 24, 2009

These are really yummy and quite easy to make. I ended up baking them for 30 minutes, and they slid right out of the muffin tins. This is definitely a keeper!

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ratherbesailing October 17, 2013

Super! Just like the big German Apple Pancake, but ready so much faster! Done in about 12 minutes, and we all enjoyed watching them puff up in the oven. 2 adults & a toddler ate the whole pan for brunch. Yummy treat.

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Clarely February 23, 2013

Yum! These were great. I made them with gluten free all purpose four and almond milk. They cooked for 20 minutes but went out of the tin without problems. We had them with Real Custard Sauce which was a perfect addition. Thanks lovely for sharing a lovely recipe :)
Made for ZWT 8 / Family Picks for the Lively Lemon Lovelies

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Mia in Germany September 03, 2012

DD absolutely loved it, I found it leaned a bit on the eggy side, but still delicious (I used syrup instead of powdered sugar). Quick and easy - my kind of breakfast. Thanks Cadillacgirl! Made for ZWT8 Family Picks.

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Buzymomof3 August 30, 2012

I made this as one big baked pancake full of diced green apples and chopped banana. I too ended up with a custard like texture which was delicious and not overly sweet. made for ZWT8.

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katew August 20, 2012

Wow, these are tasty. I made them as instructed but found the quantity a little confusing. the recipe shows yield is 12, but in the nutrition facts It shows 6. So I made 8 and found I had batter left over. so next time I'll make 12 but maybe add more apple. Thanks for sharing .

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Laureen in B.C. February 03, 2011

Made this for friends this weekend and it was wonderful. Thank for a great addition to my breakfast menus.

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closet chef in ma February 28, 2010
Muffin Tin Apple Pancakes