One Pan Country Apple Pancake

Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 25 mins

This is a winner! Bring the pan right from the oven to the table so they hear the sizzle. MMMMmm they'll say

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Melt 2 tbsp of butter in a skillet over medium heat and add the apple slices and lemon juice, saute 3 minutes.
  2. Sprinkle with the sugar& cinnamon.
  3. Turn up the heat and saute for 3 minutes longer or until theapples are golden but still hold their shape.
  4. Allow the apples to cool.
  5. Meanwhile heat the oven to 425 degrees F.
  6. Mix the batter, eggs,flour, milk, lemon rind& melted 2 tbsp butter.
  7. Beat until the batter is very smooth.
  8. In a large oven proof skilet melt the remaining butter.
  9. Spread the apples over the bottom of the skillet.
  10. Pour in the batter.
  11. Bake in the centre of the oven for 20 minutes or until puffy& golden.
  12. Dust with confectioners sugar, cut into thick wedges and serve at once with Maple syrup or your choice of your favorite syrup.


Most Helpful

Oh, Bergy this is simply Delicious. I was so glad I ran onto you recipe. We use to go to a restaurant in the Bay Area that served Apple pancakes like this. I made them this morning for Breakfast, YUMMMMMM. My DH loved it. (He said to tell you he likes Chicken feet.) Thanks for posting the great Recipe.

Barb Gertz December 15, 2002

This was a nice change from the usual breakfast fare. It would be great as a dessert with ice cream or caramel sauce as well. I didn't have a cast iron skillet, so I prepared the apples in one of my other pans and dumped everything into a ceramic baking dish. I cooked it for 25 minutes at 405 degrees to compensate. I have one question...where does the lemon juice go? It isn't specified in the directions. I left it out because I couldn't tell if it belonged with the apples (like you do with an apple pie) or with the batter. It tasted good anyway.

FireRaven May 13, 2002

I got mixed reviews on this, DH and I LOVE it - the apples came out perfect and it puffed up so pretty, the DGSs who are NOT adventurious when it comes to food felt the batter was to eggy - so I'm wondering if for kids like them I could cut the eggs in half, add some baking powder and still get that lovely puff effect. For me it earned 5 stars just for the ease of prep and how pretty it turned out. I made it all in my cast iron skillet (8" I think) and it was the perfect size. If I can get this to turn out for the kids too it'd be the perfect holiday breakfast when we have a lot of company

Bonnie G #2 October 30, 2011

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