Sometimes mistakes make the best recipes. In this fall favorite apple cider made that happen. When thinking of pancakes we typically think of the original, blueberry or chocolate chip but this recipe put a spin on them all. In these apple cider pancakes with every bite, you will taste real apples and apple cider. This recipe is also kid-friendly so the whole family will enjoy.
In a large bowl, whisk together flour, sugar, baking powder, salt, apple pie spice.
In a separate bowl whisk together cider, eggs, melted butter and vanilla paste.
Pour the cider mixture over the flour mixture and whisk only until everything is combined.
Lightly grease a Swiss Diamond Double Burner Griddle with butter. Spoon 1/4 cup of batter for each pancake. When bubbles form around the edge and on top, flip the pancakes. Cook until bottoms are light brown.
Pancakes can be kept warm in a 200 - 250 degree F. oven.
Ellen is a freelance writer, recipe developer and former correspondent for the Tampa Bay Times where she wrote a regular TASTE section feature and reviewed cookbooks. She began her blog "Family Around the Table" to gather the family around the table for good food and good conversation.