"This delicious breakfast snack will have your kids crying for more! It's an apple-studded pancake that you bake in the oven. Once it's done, cover it in syrup for a delectable breakfast treat! Here's what you'll need:
- 6 eggs
- 1 cup whole milk
- 2/3 cup flour
- 1/2 tsp salt
- 3 T butter
- 3 large apples sliced
- 1/4 cup brown sugar
- 1 tsp cinnamon
Beat eggs, milk, flour and salt together until fully combined. Preheat oven to 425, and in a medium sized glass pan add apples and butter. Once the butter is sizzling, it's time to add in the batter. You can also add the brown sugar and cinnamon to taste, then let it cook for about 20 mins.
That's all it takes! Top with syrup or your choice of toppings and enjoy!"
The recipe is a bit sloppy. First off, it isn't really as much a pancake as it is an egg bake. It says to use a medium sized glass pan. What is medium? I ended up and used my glass cake pan that is just a hair under 9"x13". It doesn't say how long before the butter is sizzling. I timed it to just under 20 minutes. It also doesn't say how to incorporate the brown sugar and cinnamon. I sprinkled mine on top of the apples, before putting the batter over all.
Here are photos of the process:
|Sliced apples - I would chop them if I were to make this again.|
|Butter was sizzling and apples were just turning soft.|
|Sprinkling on the brown sugar and cinnamon|
|Pouring the batter|
|Some of the apples floated up|
|Ready to bake|
|Ready to come out of the oven|
|Nicely browned, saggy in the center|
|It puffed up during baking|
|Sprinkled with powdered sugar|
|Ready to eat!|
Tonight we are trying another recipe from FaceBook friends. This one will be a chicken bake. I will try to remember to review that one too!
Spring is so pretty around here. The daffodils are done blooming and the hyacinth blooms are dying back. The irises are exploding now! They are so pretty!
|Bird bath was a Mother's Day gift from many years ago!|
|Pink tulips, purple irises, and volunteer yellow flowers that I don't know the name of!|
|My Japanese Maple tree made it another year!|
More flowers are blooming in the studio! I have block number two done for the Folk Art quilt:
I have pieces cut out for block three,
and stems for block four.
Ruby Crystal is in the stack for hand sewing:
The Sherbet quilt is making progress:
|The layout with stripes?|
|Oh, I like this one!|
I now have orange sherbet and raspberry sherbet colors.
What next? Why lime sherbet, of course!
Happy Sewing Y'all!!!