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Absolutely delicious and doesn't even need syrup which I was shocked about. Used 3 tablespoons total of sugar (1 to go with the apple if it's in season 1 in the batter) and 1 less egg based on other reviews and that was perfect. This is a perfect quick easy breakfast/brunch to serve for overnight guests! I made it in a cast iron skillet then traveled with it which was dumb - it kept cooking until the pan cooled so it was quite dense by the time I got there. I should have warmed the plate and then driven it on there. UPDATE: Made this with the # of eggs called for and can confirm it's definitely too much - it came out like a fritatta. Will use 3 from now on.
My son really liked this recipe and ate most of it. My DH said it was pretty good. I didn't like it at all. I agree with another reviewer that it was too eggy. I think I was expecting a pancake like I am used to and not something quite so dense.
Great recipe! I have made this many many times since I found it on AR. Very simple to make and you have chose a variety of fruits to make it with. Our favorite is blueberry. This will become a weekend household favorite for your family after the first time you make it.
Made this for breakfast this morning! Wanted something different for breakfast with apples I had on hand. This was easy and turned out beautiful!! I used a Cripps red apple and a Granny Smith apple. I also took the advice of others and used two tablespoons of sugar in the apple mix and the same in the batter mix. It was just right! We ate this with turkey sausage. Delicious! It is plenty for two but I also believe it could serve four if you want smaller portions. Thx for this yummy twist...UPSIDE DOWN APPLE PANCAKE!
This is a yummy breakfast treat! It was easy to make also even for a novice cook such as myself! I have made this dish twice so far and the changes I made are rather minimal: I cut the eggs down to 3 instead of 4 at the suggestion of other reviewers and next time I think I will experiment with using a combination of whole eggs and egg whites (2 whole eggs / 1 or 2 egg whites?). It did taste a little "egg-y" to me as opposed to "pancake-y" but it was still really good. I cut down the sugar to just under 1/4 cup for the apples and 1/8 cup in the batter and I think I could take it down even farther and it would still be sweet and delicious. I only had tiny apples so I used 2 the first time then 3 and I would still like more apple-y goodness so I am going to add even more the next time. Oh and I didn't know if I could bake my skillet pan (lol) so I transferred the apples and batter to a round metal pan and baked it in that. Thank you for sharing this recipe!
Very nice for breakfast. I cooked mine in a cast iron skillet. It's not like a traditional pancake but in between a sweet pancake and a quiche. I followed the recipe except I only used 3 eggs since mine were very large. Perfect! I could see using this as dessert if you wanted to with some ice cream on top while still hot.