Apple Pie Pancake Bowls

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Every Sunday morning my mother would get up and while the rest of us went to Sunday service she would prepare eggs, pancakes, juice and bacon. She even made homemade syrup. We would rush home to the smell of crispy bacon and scratch pancakes and syrup. But we never had apple pie pancake bowls!

These breakfast cakes are a beautifully layered blend of pancake, apple and crumb topping. They can be a quick, on the go, meal, or served as a decadent dessert with whipped cream or ice cream. Any way you want them, they are full of nutrition.

Apples are one of the best foods we can eat, and there are plenty of them in this recipe. The old adage that an apple a day will keep the doctor away is not far from wrong. Considerable research is now showing that apples contain huge amounts of antioxidants, may help protect you against Alzheimers and Parkinsons disease, and many different cancers. Apples may also help reduce your risk of type 2 diabetes, reduce cholesterol and even prevent gallstones. So eat your apples!

Whether you like your apples tart and tasty or sweet and delicious, either kind of apple will work for this pancake bowl. The fun part is that you can even make the parts separately when you find time and then pull them together as you like.

These bowls will work for breakfast foods, a quick lunch or served late afternoon as a snack. They are even pretty enough to serve for a dessert to impress family and friends with your culinary skills.

The base is like a pancake made with flour, eggs and milk. You bake it first. While the base is cooking, prepare the apple filling. Season it with cinnamon or other family favorites that you like with apples. Cook the apples until they are tender.

The apple filling is popped in to the pancake shells when they come out of the over. Or, if youve made them earlier in the day, take them out of the fridge and fill them.

The topping is a lovely crumb that adds texture and makes the whole dish look tantalizing. It is added last, sprinkled generously over the entire creation, then grilled.

Serve this dish warm or cold. Either way, your family will love it.

Find out how to make this recipe and many others at the website, Carlsbad Cravings, by following the link below.

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