Fall flavors are usually focused on slow cookers and desserts, not that there’s anything at all wrong with that! But you must admit, that it would be nice to have a variety of Fall flavored options for Breakfast, or even a light Brunch..right?! Something unique, easy and delicious that will impress all of those out of town guests and “just dropped by-ers” in a flash!
Well, look no further than Whole Foods Market for your all-things, fresh-fall-flavored! The produce at Whole Foods Market is second to none. I’m talking about fresh, affordable, organic fall fruit that you can feel good about sharing with your family and friends all season long and beyond.
With this simple recipe, the oven basically does most of the work for you, while you get to enjoy family, friends and just plain being awesome for what you’re about to share with everyone..lol! 🙂
These are a super simple, unique and delicious way to enjoy breakfast, brunch or a light snack!
The maple-filled Apple gets sweet, tender and scrumptious as it hugs that fluffy, fresh Apple filled billowing Pancake dream! The combo is beyond words!
Top them off with some butter, syrup and a dash of Cinnamon and you will have all that’s amazing about fall on your table and in your mouth in no time!
~This will become a family favorite and one of your most requested recipes ever~ I promise you! Check out Whole Foods Market for more scrumptious recipes, and on social as well for all of your fresh, healthy holiday needs:
What you’ll need:
Pancake Batter (about 3/4 of a cup or so per Apple)
A few drops of Syrup for inside the Apples!
Butter, Syrup and Cinnamon for topping!
Slice off a thin slice of the stem end of the apple and with an Apple Corer/Melon baller/scooper-out-thingy, gently scoop out just the seeds/core and toss it!
Then continue scooping until most BUT NOT ALL of the Apple is out~ leave approx. 1/8″ of an edge on the inside of the Apple for stability! Very carefully, and only if necessary, slice off some of the bottom of the Apple so it sits evenly.
Chop up the scooped out Apple middles (minus the seeds of course)
Now mix up the Pancake batter according to your box instructions, and add in all the Apple middles…
Pour a couple of drops of Maple Syrup down into the bottom of the Apples…
Sprinkle a dash of Cinnamon in the batter and mix it all up…
Add the batter into each of your Apples, about 3/4 of the way up!
Place them on a sheet pan and bake them at 350 degrees for approx. 20 minutes, or until the Apples are tender and the pancake batter is golden and firm all the way through…
Let them cool slightly…
BUT//serve them warm with some maple syrup…
And maple butter…
And cinnamon, if you so choose!
Now dig into the most tender pancakey, sweet appley, warm mapley goodness! ~Enjoy! 🙂
*This is a sponsored post, however..all opinions are my own.