Sunday, February 15, 2009

Apple Puff Pancake

Today after church we enjoyed a Sunday Brunch of an oven baked omelet and salad, that ended with a puffy apple pancake also baked in the oven. The origanal recipe that is posted is baked in a 9" pie pan, but I doubled the recipe and baked it in a 9x13"pan.
Mix the follwing ingredients in a blender.
1/2 cups milk
3eggs
1 tsp. vanilla
1/2 cup flour
1/2 tsp. cinnamon
1 tbsp. sugar
pinch of salt
2 tbsp brown sugar or
sprinkle with icing sugar after it is baked
1 apple peeled and thinly sliced
2 tbsp. butter
Preheat oven to 425
Place butter in pie pan and melt the butter in the oven.
Thinly slice apple and when butter is melted arrange apples in to the pan.
Mix the remaining ingredients in a blender (or by hand),
Carefully pour into the hot pan.
Sprinkle with brown sugar and extra cinnamon if you desire.
Bake for 15-20 minutes or till puffed and golden.
The pancake does fall after it is removed from the oven....no worries.
Serve with maple syrup, or a sqeeze of fresh lemon.
delish!


25 comments:

  1. Wow...simply scrumptious there Char. Yum....any leftovers you can send my way?

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  2. Sounds like a very yummy brunch. I will try this recipe soon. Kathy

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  3. Charlotte,
    This looks so yummy. I like the idea of doubling it and baking it in a 9X13 pan. I'm thinking maybe I should make this for my Bible Study Ladies...
    Blessings.

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  4. OH i can't wait to get home and try this recipe out, thanks for doubling the recipe......

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  5. Oh Charlotte this makes my mouth water .. .I'll have to make this for lunch real soon. .

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  6. Looks yummy...I can almost taste it. I think I will try it in my cast iron skillet.

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  7. This is something I will have to try!! Any kind of breakfast, lunch, dinner or dessert with warm apples and syrup or ice cream is my kind of meal.

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  8. This is a good recipe Char..I make it in my cast iron pan.

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  9. This sounds delicious! I posted TWO recipes that I have made this past week using YOUR recipes! SO GOOD! Thank you!

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  10. Every recipe that you all post on this blog, looks to become a favorite of mine!! I know for a FACT that Mennonite girls can cook. I have many meals where they have cooked and I never wanted to leave the table. Thank you for all of the amazing recipes!!

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  11. I had to show my husband this recipe. We both went ummmmmm.... he is our breakfast cook. We are definitely going to have to try this.

    It's nice to find you - My husband's dad is from a Mennonite background in Kansas. There are still a lot of relatives out there.

    Thanks for stopping by and leaving a sweet comment!

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  12. Oh judy,it looks like your blog could be dangerous.I see you really can cook,everything I've seen sounds delicious!
    Cyndi

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  13. That does look yummy , Charlotte. I'm going to put that on my brunch menu for my out of town guests soon to arrive !!! I'll definitely need it doubled !! smile

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  14. I made this for breakfast this morning! It was great! Thank you, Charlotte.

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  15. Thanks Ellen for your nice comments, I love the recipes on here! I will be checking often. cindy

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  16. I just recently discovered your blog. What a delicious treat to scroll through your blog and find so much eye candy. I will be trying some of your recipes.

    Your blog is beautiful.

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  17. When you love apple,anythings good. I will try that for my brunch...We all love apple and is looks simple and scrumptious.

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  18. This looks Wonderful. And not too sugary for breakfast.

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  20. Amazing! I added in raisins, pecans, cinnamon, and brown sugar with the apples and baked for 5 minutes before pouring in the batter. Thanks for the recipe.

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  21. I made this for our Easter brunch at church and it was awesome! Loved it with the syrup!

    Warmly,
    Monica

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  22. isnt there any baking powder?

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    1. no, there is no baking powder. it puffs because of the eggs.

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  23. I'm sorry, I'm a little confused? Is the recipe you posted for the 9x13 or a 9" pie pan?

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    1. Nancy, I mentioned in the first paragraph before the recipe begins that I doubled the recipe and baked it in a 9X13 inch pan.. The recipe that is given is for a 9" pan. I hope that explains it bit better.

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