Apple Pancakes

"These are great with Recipe #23168. A great Sunday treat."
Apple Pancakes created by SweetsLady
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30 five inch pancakes




  • Sift dry ingredients.
  • Add milk, oil and dry ingredients to eggs and mix well.
  • Fold in apples.
  • Preheat lightly coated griddle or skillet over medium heat ( I use Pam or small amount of vegetable oil) -- Test by adding a few drops of water on hot pan -- When the drops start to "dance" on the griddle it is time to cook.
  • For each pancake pour about a 1/4 cup of batter onto a hot griddle and Cook on first side until bubbles that form begin to pop and edges look dry.
  • With a spatula, turn and cook until second side is rich golden brown.

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  1. diane1515
    These were too salty, really ruined the taste. If I were to make these again, I'd reduce to 1 tsp salt or maybe a little less. Disappointing considering the high reviews.
  2. Rikal
    Mine came out way too salty. Hard to eat. Everything else was perfect. I suspected that the salt was too much. Next time will only use a pinch.
  3. partysweets
    A wonderful recipe, I used Royal Gala apples and the apple taste was not strong enough for us. Next time I'll use stronger apples and hopefully that helps. My 3 year old helped make them and we were happy with how much he could do, this is a nice, quick and easy recipe. I'll make it again.
  4. Adela
    Thanks for a good recipe. I added more apples and used 1/3rd whole wheat flour.
  5. amanda_c
    These turned out great. I was looking for something a little different from my other pancake recipes and this was it. Nice and fluffy but still thick. I used half wheat flour and was going to add some buttermilk but forgot. Will definitely make these again though so I'll try it that way next time.


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