These German Apple Pancakes make the perfect breakfast– all they take is a few minutes of hands-on time. They’re not too sweet, but of course, if you have a sweet tooth to satiate you can always top these with maple syrup or whipped cream!
Here are a few reasons why I decided to add this recipe to the site:
It’s our staple recipe, modified from one I found on AllRecipes.com. I use it every time my family wants pancakes and it’s convenient for me to have the recipes housed in my favorite spot. It sure beats making up a new one every weekend.
This recipe actually does better when it has time to sit, making it the perfect thing to cook while simultaneously juggling other tasks like dishes and entertaining children.
If I like it this much then I figured someone else out there in Internet land would too.
I’ve never been much of a Valentine’s Day kinda girl, but something about this breakfast makes me think that I can be easily converted: Salted dark chocolate sauce, drizzled over an easy-to-prepare dutch oven pancake. Who can resist a holiday devoted to eating chocolate, guilt free? I don’t know which part I like better: How amazingly easy it is to throw it together (making it a great thing to hint hint at if you’re hoping for breakfast in bed) or how rich and creamy it is.
Feta and spinach. It’s my all-time favorite savory combination. For those of you who follow my blog, you’ll know I’m rather obsessed. I usually scramble an egg and add to it feta and spinach; I’ve baked dozens of muffins with the feta and spinach and feta combo, and I’ve eaten entire pies and tarts made…