By Hey Jude on October 15, 2003
Photo by Barb Gertz
Photo by Barb Gertz
"I love this pancake! Good apples to use would be Granny Smith, Jonagold or McIntosh. If you have access to heirloom apples, choose some that have some tartness to them. This recipe is adapted from "The Pancake Handbook"."
Serving Size: 1 (244 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"I reviewed this about 2 years ago when I first made it, and have made it manny times since. This is a VERY delicious Apple Pancake. We enjoy it every time I make it. I have found that I can cook the apple in the skillet then I bake the pancake in the same skillet. I do add more cinnamon than as called for as we love the flavor of cinnamon also I use splenda instead of sugar. This is very good served with maple syrup and a little lemon squeezed over the top, YUMMY. Thank you Judy, for this delicious recipe that we have enjoyed many times."
"Well, there goes my low-carb diet! I was craving for Original Pancake House's apple pancakes and decided to make one with less carbs and calories. I made this with Splenda and no confectioner's sugar and still tasted great! It satisfied my carb craving...temporarily, of course! Thanks Hey Jude! "
"We usually half this recipe... but it is great. We use orange juice instead of lemon juice and it doesn't seem to make a difference. It's turned out a few different ways, but always good!"
"This was pretty good. It could be sprinkled with some cinnamon and sugar on top before baking to give it a little more flavor. At the Original Pancake House they serve it with a scoop of ice cream. My kids said it tasted a little like bread pudding. I will make a couple more times and then update my review. Thanks for sharing."
"This recipe is just like what my Dad often made for breakfast on weekends. It's delicious! Tasty and rich, but not too rich for breakfast. I make it all in a cast iron skillet, and add less butter than the recipe calls for."
"You can also do this all in the oven in a pie pan. My son loves these and this is his New Year's day request for this year."
"Tasty and super easy to make. I used a combination of gala apples and very ripe pears- because we needed to use them up. I followed another rater's tip and made it all in one skillet. This allowed me to also cut back on some of the butter. The top got a little burned, but that was my oven and not the recipe. Thank you for posting this, will make again."