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Apple Slice Pancakes

Instead of chunky fruit inside tender pancakes, cut the apples into super thin slices then pour the pancake batter over it. So easy and so yummy! Try our Apple Slice Pancakes for a new way to enjoy your favorite breakfast.

ApplePancakes1Use a mandolin and cut the apple into 1/8” thin slices. If desired, sprinkle apples with some cinnamon sugar (this will prevent the apples from browning as well as give them some flavor).
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Mix batter up (make sure its not too thick, it needs to be thin enough to run over apple slices). Heat a non stick skillet and melt some butter. Place a few apple slices into pan, then immediately pour some batter over the slices. Flip once browned.

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Apple Slice Pancakes
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Serves: 4
Instead of chunky fruit inside tender pancakes, cut the apples into super thin slices then pour the pancake batter over it. Using a mandolin to cut the apples will give you the best results.
Ingredients
  • 1 apple, cored
  • GF pancake batter
  • 2 Tbsp butter or margarine
  • Cinnamon sugar (1 Tbsp sugar + ½ tsp cinnamon), optional
Instructions
  1. Use a mandolin and cut the apple into ⅛” thin slices. If desired, sprinkle apples with some cinnamon sugar (this will prevent the apples from browning as well as give them some flavor).
  2. Mix batter up (make sure its not too thick, it needs to be thin enough to run over apple slices).
  3. Heat a non stick skillet and melt some butter. Place a few apple slices into pan, then immediately pour some batter over the slices. Flip once browned.

 

8 Responses to Apple Slice Pancakes

  1. Bernadette November 25, 2014 at 1:52 pm #

    I am not signed in and every password I try is not accepted. I know that cannot be the case. I would like some lactose recipes and think this may be a help.

    • Marla Hingley
      Marla Hingley November 26, 2014 at 10:14 am #

      If you read my reply to Susan’s comment above, you can to a quick search for dairy free recipes this way: https://glutenfreeclub.wpengine.com/allergens/dairy-free/
      Dairy free recipes are indicated by a ‘milk carton’ icon and casein free recipes are indicated by a ‘wedge of cheese’ icon
      Currently we can only sort by one allergy, but as I said above we are working on adding a more detailed search engine.

      If you received the email for the Apple Slice Pancakes, by clicking the link in the email it should have given you direct access to the recipe without even needing to login.

  2. Annette November 25, 2014 at 8:00 pm #

    Will try this soon, sunds yummy! Thanks.

  3. Phyllis November 25, 2014 at 8:35 pm #

    a great idea for doing up pancakes. the children will enjoy these as well.

  4. Susan November 26, 2014 at 12:19 am #

    my son is on a sugar gluten & dairy free diet please could you send me recipes with substitutes

    • Marla Hingley
      Marla Hingley November 26, 2014 at 9:54 am #

      On the right column of the recipe page are a bunch of different icons we use to classify recipes (ie. no sugar, dairy free, casein free, heart healthy, etc). If you open any sugar free recipe then click on the sugar free icon under Healthy Options (it’s the lollipop symbol), all recipes that have been classified as such will be pulled up. Here is the quick way to get to it: https://glutenfreeclub.wpengine.com/healthy-options/sugar-free/

      We are adding some functionality to our website in the near future that will allow people to sort through our recipes based on a number of categories. 1) Specialty Diets – Diabetic, Paleo, SCD, Vegan, 2) Healthy Options – Low Cholesterol, Low Fat, Low Carb, Low Sodium, Low Sugar, and 3) Allergens – Casein, Shellfish, Dairy, Egg, Fish, Peanut, Potato, Rice, Sesame, Soy, Tree Nuts, Corn, Sulfite, Yeast. Then the categories you check off, will bring up recipes only with those criteria. Hopefully it should be up and running within a few months.

      In terms of substitutes to use for sugar and dairy ingredients, check out the following two articles:
      A Guide to Dairy & Egg Substitutions
      How to Substitute Sugar in Recipes

      Because everyone has such a different palate, what one person may like as a substitute I suggest, another may not. Which is why I generally don’t list substitutes for ingredients. So you’ll need to do your own taste test to see what is your favorite, and what works for the recipe you’re needing it for.

  5. Antonia January 24, 2015 at 9:29 pm #

    Thank You the mini dougnut recipe, I baked it today, and it is very good.
    Thank You, Antonia.

    • Marla Hingley
      Marla Hingley January 25, 2015 at 9:02 am #

      Thanks for the feedback, glad you enjoyed them! It’s so much easier than you think isn’t it?! Especially when you use the right pan and can bake them.

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