Caramel Apple Pancakes

010I feel like I need a warning: explicit adult content with this post. Or really I need this with my friends in general. My friend works 12 hour shifts in the ICU so sometimes when I get a hankering to bake I’ll stop by her house just down the road from the park. I’ll do a little laundry, unwind between classes and whip up something tasty. The last time I asked for any requests. I was answered with a resounding, PANCAKES! PANCAKES! PANCAKES! after she saw my Black Forest Pancake Pic. Naturally I didn’t want to make the same pancake, so I had to do something different. I have been anxious to try the Urban Posers Honey Caramel recipe. What works well with caramel? Apples, of course! The next day I open my phone to, “Had the pancakes sexual eruption.” Yes, I know I have tremendous, slightly inappropriate friends.I think what she’s really saying are these are beyond amazing, thank you.  These are something I would make for my rock star nephews, they love cooked apples in the morning. Plus, like I always point out, if I can get the approval of a 4 and 6 year-old, I am golden. No more chatter, here’s what to do.

Caramel Apple Pancakes

  • 1/4 cup almond flour
  • 2 egg whites
  • 2 tsp raw honey or maple
  • 1 tbsp coconut milk
  • Diced apple
  • Urban Poser Honey Caramel
  • Cinnamon
  • Coconut oil

To Make: Make a batch of caramel. Heat your griddle with a little coconut oil. In a separate skillet heat additional coconut oil to saute your apples with a little cinnamon and maple a teaspoon or two of maple or honey. Mix your pancake ingredients flour, cacao, egg whites, honey and milk. Spoon onto your griddle. Layer pancake with apple and caramel, and so on until you are out of pancakes (mine made three). That’s it. They don’t take that long if you already have the caramel made.

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