Wednesday, April 01, 2015

Dutch Apple Skillet Pancake


If you are planning an Easter Brunch celebration this coming weekend, you might want to add the Dutch Apple Skillet Pancake to your menu.

The ingredients are simple to put together. It makes a great brunch dish or a simple breakfast, and it's lovely with a splash of maple syrup or a generous scoop of fruit sauce. Bacon as a side really goes well too.

I found the recipe a long time ago -- so I no longer have any idea where it originated, but now my copy permanently lives in my recipe binder of favourite dishes. You'd probably even find a stain of cinnamon dust or flour on it, which I never mind as it's a nice reminder of past delightful cooking experiences.

If you decide you want the recipe, you should be able to right click on it and save to your computer as 'Save image as...' and then print it out. 

Enjoy and be happy,
Brenda
xox
  





9 comments:

  1. I'm not much of a pancake eater at breakfast, but that sure looks good!

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  2. This looks delicious. The stained recipe cards/pages signify a well-loved and successful recipe to me.

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  3. Very tempting, Brenda! Looks easy to do.
    You've given me an idea! ~ thank you.
    Have a blessed Easter : )
    x

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  4. Brenda, I had pancakes this morning, but they were straight out of a box of mix....not nearly as creative as you, my dear. Have a great weekend.

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  5. That looks just like something John would love! I have snagged your recipe card and I thank you!

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  6. Oh, I can't wait to move and have a kitchen so that I can try this recipe!
    You picture is worth a thousand words.

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  7. I agree with Lin. Yummmm....

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  8. Dear Brenda - this looks fabulous. I am so glad you shared this recipe. May not get it made for this Easter but will give it a try soon. Have a blessed Holiday. Hugs!

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