Apple pancakes, apple jack pancakes, apple cider pancakes, Apple Harvest Pancakes, by Rosevine Cottage Girls

Apple Pancakes

These Apple pancakes were born when the girls were little. I was looking for something special for breakfast. The days had grown cooler and apples were in season at the Cottage. Brianna and I (she was my early riser) whipped these together while Cheyenne was still sleeping and grandma was brewing some peppermint tea to sip. As the mist began to dissipate and the sleepy heads woke up they woke to the delicious smell of apple cider wafting through the house. It was magic! The girls called these Apple Jack Pancakes for apple flapjacks but I just call them Apple Pancakes.

Apple pancakes, apple jack pancakes, apple cider pancakes, Apple Harvest Pancakes, by Rosevine Cottage Girls

 
 
 
 

Apple Pancakes

2 cups of organic flour
1 – 2 Tbsp raw sugar or raw honey
2 ½ tsp. Non-aluminum baking powder
1 tsp baking soda
½ tsp Celtic Sea Salt
4 pastured eggs
2 cups of sour cream
1 cup of apple juice or apple cider
1 Apple peeled, cored and cut into rings
honey
Organic butter
 

In a bowl mix your sugar, flour, baking soda, powder and sea salt. In another bowl beat eggs, juice or cider, and sour cream together. Add to flour mixture, until well mixed and the batter is smooth. Heat your pan and add butter or coconut oil to it.

When hot, drop an apple ring in it and pour about a half of a cup in your pan . Wait for bubbles to appear and flip. Cook on that side until it is golden, edges are lightly browned and the middle is cooked through. Place on a platter and keep warm. Continue to make pancakes until batter is gone.

 

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Apple Pancakes

  • 2 cups of organic flour
  • 1 – 2 Tbsp raw sugar or raw honey
  • 2 ½ tsp. Non-aluminum baking powder
  • 1 tsp baking soda
  • ½ tsp Celtic Sea Salt
  • 4 pastured eggs
  • 2 cups of sour cream
  • 1 cup of apple juice or apple cider
  • 1 Apple peeled (cored and cut into rings)
  • honey
  • Organic butter
  1. In a bowl mix your sugar, flour, baking soda, powder and sea salt. In another bowl beat eggs, juice or cider, and sour cream together. Add to flour mixture, until well mixed and the batter is smooth. Heat your pan and add butter or coconut oil to it.
  2. When hot, drop an apple ring in it and pour about a half of a cup in your pan . Wait for bubbles to appear and flip. Cook on that side until it is golden, edges are lightly browned and the middle is cooked through. Place on a platter and keep warm. Continue to make pancakes until batter is gone.
 

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