Apple-y desserts are my husband’s favorite. I like the flavor of apple too, although I prefer chocolate;) Being the
great loving wife that I am though, I try to make them for him often:)
I make apple pie once in a while, but it takes quite a bit of time to make. You have to make the dough, let it chill in the fridge, peel and slice a bajillion apples, roll out the dough, put it in the pan, crimp the edges, etc… and if that didn’t take up enough time, then you have to wait over an hour for it to cook in the oven! Talk about torture!! I must admit, I am not the most patient of people. I believe the sooner things are ready to eat, the better.
That’s why the majority of the apple treats we make are in the form of waffles, french toast, or crisps. These pancakes are probably the fastest of of them all, taking less than 20 minutes to throw together and cook. Now, that’s what I’m talking about!
I made these “fritter” pancakes mildly sweet, since most people like to top their pancakes with syrup or powdered sugar anyway. However you want to top them, you’re sure to enjoy the warm, crispy outside and fluffy, apple-filled center. They’re the perfect warm treat to enjoy during those chilly, fall mornings.
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