Apple Cinnamon Pancakes

Nothing yells “homemade” like Apple Cinnamon Pancakes.


These crisp, fluffy cakes make any fruit lover content. And who doesn’t like apples? Their uses are virtually endless.

There are so many ways to get creative and personalize these Apple Cinnamon Pancakes. The recipe is flexible and tastes great with different ingredients. Below I’ve listed the ingredients I’ve used in the past to make these beauties!


🍎🥞Apple Cinnamon Pancakes🥞🍎

Batter (same for all pancake recipes I post): 1 mashed banana & 2 eggs (ratio rule of 1:2 for how much batter you want to make)

Toppings: 1 tbsp PB2 powdered peanut butter, 1 tbsp natural peanut butter (melted), 3 thin apple slices + 1/4 apple diced in small chunks, 1 tbsp honey, 1 tbsp flaxseed and 1 tbsp sliced almonds

Directions: First, prepare your batter. In an appropriate sized bowl (based on how much batter you’ll be making), peel and mash your bananas. Use the ratio-rule and add the proper amount of eggs. Whisk together with a fork. Next, take a large saucepan to medium heat on the stove. Spray the pan with non-stick spray. Once heated, pour your desired amount of batter into the pan. Once the bottom of the pancake is firm, use a spatula to flip cake onto its other side. After your pancakes are cooked thoroughly, place them on a plate and add your thin apple slices, apple chunks, honey, melted peanut butter/PB2 powdered peanut butter, cinnamon and almond slices.

Check out the links below for more pancake thread recipes!

Triple-Berry Pancakes
Peanut Butter Banana Pancakes
PB&J Pancakes
Cherry Walnut Pancakes
Double-Blueberry Pancakes



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