~Apple Fritter Pancake Puppies!

Okay, it’s becoming clear to me that I’m in the middle of a raging “Puppy” obsession right now!!  Not just for this puppy (which is in the process of getting “potty trained”..ugh) ..I’m. SO. Tired!  ;)

I’ve also been obsessed over the sweet, sticky, crispy variety of Puppies too!  These super-easy, perfect puffy puppies take breakfast to a whole new level…and their crying won’t keep you up at night..LOL!

Every bite is a mini Apple Fritter-Pancake experience!  Crispy on the outside, moist, tender & fluffy on the inside.  They’re totally filled with cinnamony, apple pie-ish decadence.  Every burst of warm, gooey apple suspended throughout each puffy pancake puppy will make your ordinary morning EXTRA-ordinary!  You won’t believe this is ‘breakfast’!  ~Happy Sunday! :)

Thennn..when you plunge them deep into some warm melted Maple Cinnamon Butter, you’ll be taken to a new level of pancake happiness!  You just might moan and groan out loud..so be prepared!  :)

They’re that good!

Go make some now..go, go!  :)

What you’ll need for a nice pile of Puppies:

1 Cup of Pancake mix

2 tbsp. Water (approx.)

3/4 Cup Apple Pie Filling

1 tsp. All Spice

3 tbsp. Butter

1 tsp. Cinnamon

1 tsp. Maple Syrup

Oil for frying


In a medium bowl add the Pancake Mix, Water, Pie Filling & All Spice

Work it into a dough, smearing the Apple Pie Filling slices into the dough with the back of your spoon.  It should be a very thick batter…

Heat the oil in a medium pan/pot and drop in tablespoon sized dollops of the batter…

Fry up both sides evenly.  Drain & Cool!

While they’re cooling make the Melted Cinnamon Maple Butter!!  ~Ooo yeah!

Simply melt the butter and Cinnamon together (I used a microwave)..and then drizzle in the Maple Syrup..stir it up!

 That’s it!!  Now you’re ready to serve up a warm plate of Apple Fritter Pancake Puppies!

Plunge a Puppy into that buttery perfection, grab a fork and take a sweet, fluffy, buttery bite!

Or forget the fork..just grab that puppy & have at it!  ~Enjoy!  :)


  1. I was wanting these so bad and then the maple butter just put me over the edge! Good thing I’m heading to the store today anyway! Pinned.

  2. Chocolate, chocolate, and more chocolate sent me over to see these amazing fritters! Looks wonderful – and I am admiring your photography skills as well!

  3. Can we say “fat pants”?

  4. No way! A baby Cavalier? Yay. :) My little cavvie girl is 3years old and I met her when she was born. Email me if you need advice…I’ve been through it all with her! :)

    • Hi Anita!! She’s actually a Shih Tzu pup, but I may take you up on that advice anyway..lol! :) Cavalier’s are SOOO cute too!!

  5. Can you use Bisquik for this recipie?

    • I’m not sure but that would be worth a try! :)

      • Could we use applesauce instead?

  6. I like the apple fritter pancakes but since tomorrow its thanksgiving and Im still craving pumpkin also 9 month pregnant gonna substitute pumpkin puree or even bacon for my bacon loving son. Thanks for the recipes in gives me more ideas to be creative in the kitchen which my husband loves!!!

  7. C*R*A*Z*Y creative! Must try this!!

  8. How do you tell when the oil is the right temp? I have an electric stove. I tried making these yesterday and kept burning them with my “test” ones and went through almost the whole batter. Lol.

  9. Also, the picture you show has Apple Pie Spice, but your recipe calls for All Spice. The All Spice seemed kinda strong. Was it supposed to say Apple Pie Spice?

  10. It’s Christmas morning 2014 and I just made these for the family and they’re A HUGE hit! Merry Christmas!! And thank you!!

    • YAY~ This made my day! Thank you and Merry Christmas!! :)



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