This Apple Pancakes Recipes Collection has the best recipes for Pancake Day or Any Day; quick and easy pancakes with apple fruit for a delicious breakfast or brunch.
Nothing beats homemade, old-fashioned Apple Pancakes.
I think that the BEST pancakes are made with apples. This healthy fruit just seems like a natural addition to pancake recipes, doesn't it?
Homemade pancakes taste much better than store-purchased pancakes ... they are quick and easy to make, and definitely worth the effort.
In most cases you can make an extra batch and freeze the left-overs.
Place left-over pancakes between waxed paper and store in an air-tight container in the freezer. Simply microwave the pancakes when you remove them.
Be sure to scroll down and check out the tips for making the best pancakes!
Do NOT over-mix pancake batter! Mix batter just long enough to combine all the ingredients. Over-mixing will cause the pancakes to become "tough" and not "airy".
A pancake is ready to be flipped over when it is dry around the edges and bubbles have formed over the top and the underside has become golden in colour. Turn the pancake and cook until the top becomes golden brown.
To keep baked pancakes warm and fresh while finishing the others, simply arrange the finished pancakes on a baking sheet or an oven-safe plate and place them in the oven at 200° F to keep them warm and fresh! (This was the whole family can be served and eat the delicious pancakes together!)
What is a pancake anyways?
A pancake is a thin, flat cake made from a batter and cooked in a frying pan or hot griddle. It is most commonly eaten at breakfast, but can also be prepared for brunch, lunch or supper!
Many people eat pancakes on a day specifically named, "Pancake Day". Pancake Day or Shrove Tuesday (the Tuesday which falls 41 days before Easter) is the traditional feast day before the start of Lent on Ash Wednesday.
There are many variations of pancakes worldwide, such as French "crepês", German "pfannkuchen", Dutch "pannenkoeken", Scottish "drop scones", Mexican "hotcakes", and of course the English pancake that is most commonly prepared in North America!
The three key ingredients to a pancake are plain flour, eggs, and milk. Many additional ingredients are commonly used as well, including sour cream, cornmeal, buttermilk, and yogurt. Also, almond flour can be used instead of plain flour for those who cannot tolerate wheat.
Pancakes with fruit are a great idea for a brunch or breakfast recipe, or they can be made for lunch, or even dinner! I like to include a side of mini sausages with the pancakes. Sausages go great with pancakes and apples!
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