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Stacked Apple Ring Pancakes

Lightly dusted with sugar and cinnamon powder makes these apple ring pancakes scrumptiously mouthwatering! You don’t have to drench them in syrup to make them tasty. Take this healthy snack to the ballpark and see your team win! Go Giants!

INGREDIENTS:

  • 2 large apples 1/4″ slices – remove core with a cookie cutter (I used large Fuji apples that are very sweet)
  • 2 cups Bisquick pancake mix
  • 2 tbsp oil (I used grape seed oil)
  • 2 tbsp granulated sugar or agave
  • Pinch of sea salt
  • 1 1/3 cups whole or 2% milk
  • 1 tsp pure vanilla extract
  • 1 tsp rose water
  • 1 egg (optional – I did not use)
  • 1 tbsp powder sugar for dusting
  • 1/2 tsp ground cinnamon for dusting
  • Extra oil or butter
  • Extra Bisquick for dredging

PREPARATION:

  • Whisk together Bisquick, oil, sugar, salt, milk, vanilla extract and rose water in a large bowl.
  • Heat and grease griddle with oil on medium.
  • Sear apple rings on both sides for few mins. Make sure it retains its crispness.
  • Dredge the apple rings in Bisquick flour.
  • Then dip in the pancake batter and cook on the greased griddle on medium low.
  • Spray or sprinkle oil on the top side before flipping to cook.
  • Stack the cooked rings and dust it with sugar and cinnamon powder.

*Note:

  • Use this recipe to make fritters. Follow all the steps except searing the apple rings.
  • Deep fry them in canola oil on medium.
  • They taste like doughnuts with more of apple taste inside.
  • Use the egg in the batter.
  • Try pineapple, Asian pear or other fruits.

Ironclad Review #2! Krusteaz Pumpkin Spice quick bread!

In the spirit of October my daughter and I decided to rendezvous at a good friends place. As we walked in Ashwini Srivatsan had a plan up her sleeve. She had been in the kitchen planning to bake something delicious. 30 minutes after catching up we got a whiff of delicious pumpkin spice aroma from her kitchen. In another 30 minutes she pulled it out of her oven and settled it to cool. As soon as it was cool she cut it and it was a race to get a slice as we all hoarded the kitchen.

The Ironclad Review for the Krusteaz Pumpkin Spice quick bread is an even bigger 4 knives out of 4. You can use the batter as bread, cookies, or even pancakes. What’s wonderful is that the batter is not too sweet, and the spices are even keeled throughout. It cooks fast and slides right off the pan for a clean finish. This will be a great addition for a Halloween get together. Spread the aroma of Pumpkin Spice in seconds and enjoy!!

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