Apple Puff Pancake

Apple Puff Pancake

"'For a light breakfast, lunch or brunch entree, this fluffy baked pancake is very little fuss,' assures Sharon Emery , New Burnside, Illinois. 'It's economical too.'"
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30 m servings
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Original recipe yields 2 servings

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  1. In a mixing bowl, combine flour and salt. Add eggs, milk and butter. Pour into a greased 8-in. square baking pan. bake at 400 degrees F for 20-25 minutes or until lightly browned. Meanwhile, combine the chopped apple, jelly and cinnamon in a saucepan. Cook and stir until jelly is melted. Cut pancake into fourths; place two pieces on each plate. Top with apple mixture.

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awsome , yummy and tasy 1 and a halve thumbs up i found it a little two runny so i thinkended it up abit with some flour

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this was not good..will not make again. Pancake was flat and tastleless...sauce was ok but runny.

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awsome , yummy and tasy 1 and a halve thumbs up i found it a little two runny so i thinkended it up abit with some flour

I've rated it based on the recipe, With the changes I made I would give it 5 stars. I wanted more taste so I added a dash of vanilla and sugar to the milk before putting it with the flour and eg...

I used the review about being too runny..so used 1/3 cup of milk...turned out fine..will use again...thanks for another good recipe

this was not good..will not make again. Pancake was flat and tastleless...sauce was ok but runny.

This was a great recipe! We will definitely make this again! Instead of adding the 1/2 cup of apple jelly, I just added little by little while the apples cooked. Very good!

I enjoyed this recipe. Think it would be good with apricot jam and apples and maybe some pecan pieces. I didn't think the sauce was too runny, but it could be the jelly I used (cheap brand). ...

So yummy. I used to make something very similar to this based off a recipe I got in jr high home economics class but lost the recipe :( This came out super awesome and tasty. I tripled the r...

Yum! It was different but in a good way. I've never had a puff pancake so I don't have anything to compare it with. I did add about a teaspoon of sugar into the pancake batter (double recipe) al...

Really tasty. Unfortunately, I didn't have apples or apple jelly on hand, so I couldn't try that part of the recipe. But I bet you could improvise with some brown sugar and butter, and whateve...

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