Sunday Apple Pancakes Courtesy of Miss Dapoppins

Thank you Miss Dapoppins for the sacred apple pancake recipe. As I promised, I have honored the giver of The Recipe, with a full post. They were a hit at our Sunday brunch. The mmmm's could be heard a mile away.

Me in my apron. Sorry for those of you who hate shoe (feet) photos. This is my lucky shamrock apron.




My favorite paring knife and a gorgeous apple.




Slicing the Apples




All the ingredients gathered




Hubby lending a hand




Stirring the cut slices into the butter and sugar ~ Pouring the batter onto the apples

Apples in batter ~ The finished apple pancakes

Thanks so much for your lovely recipe. They were scrumptious. For the recipe click here.

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20 comments:

LiLi M. said...

Mmmmm (cannot speak, I have my mouth full already)

LW said...

Mmmmm they do look so good, love the apron…
I think pancakes are the perfect food…
I love them!

Louise

PS Great PICTURES…

GABRIELA DELWORTH said...

Good morning, Nancy

After seeing this recipe I think I would need to have breakfast again!
So yummy!

~ Gabriela ~

Marie Antionette said...

Hi Nancy,LOL, not going to say anything about your shoes.My daughter Alexia will steal your apron though.There was a lot of work that went into them apple pancakes.Yummy.I was looking at the print below.Its a very beautiful print.I bet you were and still are a gorgeous dancer.My father was a dance instruter(excuse spelling)with Arthur Murray for awhile.There was dancing in my house all the time.Hugs Marie Antionette PS Back in the 50's

Edie Marie's Attic said...

Hi Nancy!
Oh I can almost smell the apples baking in that fabulous pancake! How delightful!!

Hugs, sherry

Rebecca Ramsey said...

Mmm. I'm drooling! There's not much better than cooked apples in the fall!
Gorgeous photos, Nancy!
Becky

Janet said...

That recipe sounds so yummy. Thanks for telling us about it. I'm already planning to make this on Sunday....if I can wait that long!

TattingChic said...

MMMMMmmmm! yummmmy...

Mildred said...

I bet your home smelled wonderful! These sound delicious and I love apples. What is your favorite apple - is that a "Pink Lady" or a "Honeycrisp" by chance? Thanks for sharing.

Diane of Crafty Passions said...

This looks outstanding I will give it a try!
Diane

Dapoppins said...

Everyone is right, your photos are gorgeous! Yummmmm! I am so glad this turned out for you! Did you tweek the recipe and make it your own? The BEST reason for asking for photos is getting YOU to take them!

NeereAnDear said...

My mouth is watering ... my nose can mell the intense aroma of the spices... my stomach is growling ....

This I will definitely put in my book of favorites

Thank you MS Da Poppins for letting Nancy share this fabulous recipe with us

JO

Enzie at World Market Portraits said...

What a treat! I bet the house smelled heavenly as well with the perfume of sweet apples baking!

Enzie

Vintagebella ~ Andrea said...

Oh my! That looks sooooo GOOD! I can almost taste it from here!

Lori said...

those look just delicious!!!

Stacey said...

Just read your article in Somerset Studio! Congrats- I feel so special that you visited my blog:) I love the shoes you create...

Brenda@View From The Pines said...

I don't think I've ever had apple pancakes. But I can just about taste them, they look so good! You have lovely feet, so no reason to be ashamed of those trotters. Not too big, not too small. Just like Goldilocks, just right.
Brenda

stacycakes said...

yummy!

cityfarmer said...

remember "Rhoda"...she says we sgould just apply these pabcakes right to our hips....hehe

I just a little tutorial that you might love.

If you stayed caught up from summer, my hubby is doing well...thanks for your prayers.

rochambeau said...

Sound like a fabulous recipe! You look cute in your lucky shamrock apron!

xox
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