Everyone likes apple pancakes. And if you’re a fan of pancakes, I’m sure you’ll agree that there’s still room for a few apple pieces. This apple pancake recipe is a classic grandma recipe. Simple and very tasty. I only saved a little on the vanilla sugar and also used a little wholemeal flour. But the rest is like grandma’s with flour, milk, eggs and a pinch of salt. This turns every breakfast into a family celebration!
- 1 The apples make the pancakes sweet
- 2 Good experiences with the LeMax table grill for pancakes, crêpes and pancakes
- 3 This is the best way to make apple pancakes with the LeMax table grill
- 4 Keep the apple pancakes warm
- 5 Should apple pancakes be thick or thin?
- 6 More pancake recipe ideas:
- 7 Apple pancakes
The apples make the pancakes sweet
The apple slices are dipped in a mixture of cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg and allspice, so that they have a sweet, exotic taste. And that’s a real godsend for the pancakes. You don’t have to sweeten them extra. Although a few drops of maple syrup still haven’t harmed anyone.
Good experiences with the LeMax table grill for pancakes, crêpes and pancakes
If you already have one LeMax Tischgrill with a glass ceramic surface, then you probably know that it is the perfect kitchen appliance not only for delicious pancakes. With this pancake recipe, the advantages of the LeMax become very clear. Because you can bake up to 4 pancakes at the same time on the large surface. This saves Sunday morning and leaves more time for breakfast.
This is the best way to make apple pancakes with the LeMax table grill
You simply have to grease the glass ceramic surface of the table grill with a little clarified butter or butter. That works with one too Kitchen brush. This not only turns the pancakes golden brown as we love them, but also makes them easier to turn. And that also makes cleaning the grill easier.
The pancakes themselves are easy to prepare. First bake one side until golden brown and after turning the other side bake for another 1-2 minutes. Voilà, it’s so easy that you can do it in the morning after getting up.
Keep the apple pancakes warm
You can keep the pancakes warm in an oven preheated to 100 ° C. To do this, put them on a plate or a (clean) baking sheet. At this temperature the pancakes will stay nice and warm while you prepare the rest of breakfast without further cooking.
Should apple pancakes be thick or thin?
This is a big question that mankind has been at odds about for a long time. I like them very thin, like English or French pancakes. But the further we go west, the thicker the pancakes seem to get. And if you are a fan of airy, thick pancakes, then my classic Canadian pancakes are just right for you. Blueberries, banana slices and of course apple slices go very well with this.
More pancake recipe ideas:
Traditional recipe for apple pancakes with apple slices dipped in cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg and allspice. For breakfast, brunch or as a snack.
For the pancakes:
Whole wheat flour
x 8 g pack
Organic vanilla sugar
- A pinch of sea salt
for greasing the cooking surface
For the apples:
peeled, cored and cut into thin slices (approx. 500 g)
Raw cane sugar
Mix the two types of flour in a large mixing bowl. Add milk and mix well. Then let it rest (30 minutes).
Add the ingredients (eggs, salt, vanilla sugar) and mix well to create a smooth dough (it shouldn’t be too thick or too thin).
Mix the spices in a small bowl and turn the apple slices in it until the spices are well distributed. Put aside.
Preheat the table grill (or a large coated pan) on medium level (preheat the LeMax table grill on level 8 for 5 minutes). To test whether the grill is hot enough, you can spray a few drops of cold water on the hot surface. If they evaporate immediately, the right temperature has been reached.
Grease the surface with a little clarified butter (approx. 1 teaspoon).
Put some batter on the hot surface with a soup ladle and place apple slices on top. Bake until they are golden brown and firm. Then turn (see video) and bake again on the back (approx. 2 minutes). As soon as the back is golden brown and can be easily detached from the surface, the pancake is ready. Make pancakes in this way until the batter is used up. Every now and then, grease the surface with clarified butter.
Serve with the apple side up and, if desired, sprinkle with maple syrup or powdered sugar.
- The pancakes are also delicious when cold!
- I like sweet and sour apple varieties best, such as Wellant or Braeburn for this apple pancake recipe.
For a relaxed atmosphere in the kitchen, I recommend my personal Elle Republic: Chilled Out Kitchen Tunes Playlist on Spotify.
Have you tried this recipe?
How did it taste?
I would be happy if you tell me how you liked the recipe for apple pancakes. The easiest way is to rate the recipe below with stars ⭐ or write me a comment. Especially if you have more tips for all readers.
Have you changed anything in the recipe?
I am always happy to receive tips and suggestions from you. Leave a comment so everyone can see what ideas you’ve come up with. Sharing is caring :-).
This post contains affiliate links. If you click on the link and buy a product on Amazon, I will receive a small commission. The price of the item will of course remain unchanged for you. Further information on advertising & promotional links on Elle Republic.
This post was made by the on of the company ELAG Products GmbH financially supported. However, that does not mean that this post does not correspond to my opinion. It is meant to be as honest as any other post on my blog.