This Sunday I felt like having some cinnamon apple pancakes. So far I never added cinnamon to my pancakes but somehow I came up with this idea today. As it’s getting colder here in Australia now I just crave all the foods I’d normally have in German autumn and winter. It’s still so strange for me to live in a country where the seasons are working the other way round.
For 5 pancakes you will need:
handful of walnuts
5 tbsp of whole grain flour
150ml plantbased milk
For the dough cut up the apple into little pieces and mix them with the flour, milk and a pinch of cinnamon. I used about 1/2 tsp of cinnamon but you can add more or less, just depends on how cinnamontic you like it. Add the dough to a pan and bake the pancakes until they’re brown.
I highly recommend using a non-sticky pan. If you don’t have a good non-sticky pan (like me), you can just use some margarine or oil to keep the pancakes from sticking to the pan. From experience I can say that that after baking the first pancakes, you don’t really need to add any more oil afterwards even though the pan may seem completely dry.
I topped my pancakes with some walnuts and maple syrup for that special taste that puts you into a cozy autumn mood.