Did you know that the traditional name for these German Apple Pancakes is Apfelpfannkuchen? I honestly have no idea how to pronounce it so I went searching on youtube. No luck. I will stick with our original name and add some adjectives. These German apple pancakes are simple, mouth-watering, and really popular. As of writing this, 77,891 people have pinned this recipe.
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German Apple Pancake
You may have noticed a trend around my website is that I like breakfast foods. More specifically, I LOVE pancakes. Lots of different pancakes: chocolate chips, blueberries, bananas, almond butter, coconut butter, caveman crunch (yes, I put my granola recipe in a pancake), blackberries. The list could go on.
Where I was going with that is that I love trying new recipes like these German Apple Pancakes to spice things up. I have made them a few times and now have put them in the rotation with some of my other favorite pancake recipes.
Easy Paleo Pancake Recipes
While you are in the mood for breakfast, or even dessert, I figured I would share the best options for you to whip up after you make German Apple Pancakes. Here they are in order from my favorite to not my favorite but still delicious:
- Fluffy Blueberry (or chocolate chip) pancakes
- Paleo Pancakes with Almond Butter & Blackberry Sauce
- Perfect Paleo Pancakes
- Pumpkin Pancakes
This is why I am scared to have more than one child. I will be forced to pick a favorite, and it is hard because they are all so good.
You came here for the German Apple Pancake so I want you to start there. Grab the ingredients, put on some awesome music, cook them, eat them, and leave me a comment when you’re done!
Once you are madly in love with these, I have no objections to you venturing off and trying the other easy pancake recipes. Why are you waiting? Go enjoy these bad boys.
- Preheat Oven to 425 degrees fahrenheit
- In a large bowl, whisk eggs, almond milk, coconut oil, vanilla, and maple syrup
- In a small bowl, stir coconut flour, nutmeg, and baking soda
- Mix dry ingredients into wet ingredients and beat well to combine, set aside while you prepare the apples
- In a small frying pan, heat 2 tbsp coconut oil and raw organic honey
- Stir in cinnamon and nutmeg and juice of 1/2 Lemon and cook for 1 minute
- Add in your apples and sauté until all your apples are nicely coated
- Evenly divide your apple mixture between 8 ramekins greased with coconut oil and then evenly divide your egg mixture on top of the apples between the 8 Ramekins
- Place your Ramekins on a baking sheet and bake for 20 minutes at 425 and then reduce heat to 375 and cook for an additional 20 minutes
- Sprinkle with pecans when removed from the oven
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