Introduction: Apple Pie Baked Pancakes

If there is one meal of the day I love to cook, it's breakfast. I don't know why, but I could be happy eating breakfast food for every meal for the rest of me life. Yum!

One of my recent creations are these pancakes. I like them because you bake them in your oven so you have to time to make coffee and other items while it bakes. What else is nice, is that it doesn't take many ingredients. And there is a good chance you have them all, right now, in a basic pantry. Which means you can make this right now if you want!

What you need:
1/2 cup Milk
1/2 cup Flour
3 Eggs
1/4 cup of Butter
1 Apple
a sprinkle of cinnamon
a sprinkle of brown sugar
 
 

Step 1:

Start by preheating your oven to 400 degrees. You need to get a round cake pan like this. You can double this recipe if feeding a few extra people. Just use a 9x13 pan then.

You have to grease the crap out of the pan even if it's non stick! So stick your hand in a sandwich baggie and dip into your butter dish and smear it all around.

Step 2:

In a bowl mix 1/2 cup flour, a 1/2 cup of milk, and three eggs. Mix it all up!

Step 3:

Now pour it into the greased pan. Now take your apple and chop it up.  Yes, I left the peel on. It's a tasty and nutritious part of the apple so embrace it! Add the apples to your pan and sprinkle them around. Sprinkle on the cinnamon. However much you want. A light dusting will do. Grab some brown sugar and sprinkle it on top. Now dump on the 1/4 cup of butter (melted). DO NOT MIX IT IN!!!

Step 4:

Now bake at 400 degrees for 20 to 25 minutes. Remove from oven and put it on your plate. This is where greasing the crap out of the pan comes in handy. If you didn't put enough in you end up with shreds of what was once glorious. Now cover that in syrup and enjoy!!!!

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taransa made it! (author)2016-03-11

So I have been enjoying your recipe for a couple years now (it is on regular rotation in our house, with either apples or blueberries!) and just wanted to share that for us, the BEST thing we've found for greasing the pan is refrigerated bacon grease. It crisps the edges nicely, isn't overpowering in flavor, and we almost never have to scrape anything out when we're done even if we let it set a few minutes before getting it out of the pan.

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halloweengirl80 made it! (author)2012-03-17

I made this with frozen blueberries and it was FANTASTIC! I live at high altitude, so it wasn't as nice and poofy, but it was super tasty! ^_^

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iamkeebler made it! (author)iamkeebler2012-03-17

Glad you enjoyed it!

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mistyp made it! (author)2012-03-13

This is definitely going on my to-try list. Thank you very much for sharing, and good luck on the contest!

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iamkeebler made it! (author)iamkeebler2012-03-13

Thanks for the luck! Hope you enjoy your pancake!

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mistyp made it! (author)mistyp2012-03-14

I made this for breakfast this morning! I tripled the recipe, substituted rice milk for cow's milk (since we're dealing with a dairy allergy), and added an extra egg for each batch (since rice milk has zero protein). It turned out very yummy! I ate mine without any additional sugary topping and it was still very tasty, and filling and satisfying. I used almost half a stick of butter greasing the 9x13 and it still stuck something fierce, though :-| Perhaps because it was a new food, or because they're recovering from a cold, my kids didn't like it--I'll have to try again soon :-)

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iamkeebler made it! (author)iamkeebler2012-03-14

Glad you enjoyed it! The kids will come around... :)

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mistyp made it! (author)mistyp2012-03-14

I tripled the recipe because we have 10 members in the house--I'll see how the others liked it when I hear back from them :-)

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MrGoodCat made it! (author)2012-03-02

Mmmmm, looks amazing, thank you for sharing! The only thing I see wrong with this though...is that I would eat the whole thing ;)

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iamkeebler made it! (author)iamkeebler2012-03-02

See, that's ok because it's light & fluffy. It looks like it'd be really dense but it's not. You can always cut it in half too... or just eat the whole thing!

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CJSudduth made it! (author)2012-03-02

Could you use strawberries and put powdered sugar on it... ?? Have you ever used any other fruit??

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iamkeebler made it! (author)iamkeebler2012-03-02

You can definitely put other fruit combinations on it! I bet it'd be wonderful with strawberries and powdered sugar. I haven't done any other combo... yet

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photozone-t made it! (author)2012-03-02

Perfect pie

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Miliani made it! (author)2012-03-02

Such a great recipe! I like pancakes very much but have never coccked it in oven. Thank you very much for your idea!

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canucksgirl made it! (author)2012-02-28

Looks yummy!

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iamkeebler made it! (author)iamkeebler2012-02-29

It sure is!

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taransa made it! (author)2012-02-29

A - I think I know what I am making for dinner ....

B - Hand in a sandwich bag to grease the pan? zomg brilliant :D I had been using paper towels and really didn't like the wasted butter!

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iamkeebler made it! (author)iamkeebler2012-02-29

A - Breakfast for Dinner = Awesome
B - It's an old trick my grandma taught me many moons ago.

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UNIT_A4B1 made it! (author)2012-02-29

My first one just came out of the oven, and it's totally awesome! It's like an apple pie, a pancake, and an omelette in one, which sounds kind of weird but works out really well.

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iamkeebler made it! (author)iamkeebler2012-02-29

I'm glad you're enjoying it!

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scoochmaroo made it! (author)2012-02-29

You should enter this in the Pi Day Challenge!

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iamkeebler made it! (author)iamkeebler2012-02-29

If you think it qualifies, I will!

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