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Ingredients at Firehouse Pantry

Big Apple Pancake
like Bickford's

Baked pancake topped with a sweet apple mixture.

Submitted By: Amy Jordan
Prep. Time: 0:30
Serves: 2

1/2 cup all-purpose flour
1/2 cup milk
2 eggs
2 Tbls. margarine OR butter - melted
2 med. apples - peeled, cored, sliced
1/2 cup packed light brown sugar
1 tsp. ground cinnamon

Ingredients at Firehouse Pantry

-Combine flour, milk, and eggs.
-Pour melted margarine in 9" pie plate.
-Pour mixture into pan.
-Combine remaining ingredients and pour evenly into pie pan.
-Bake in 425 degree oven for 15 minutes.

Make It A Meal:
Serve with Breakfast Sausage

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Visitor Comments

  • This tasted VERY good, hubby said tasted like apple cobbler. Stuck to aluminum cake pan despite butter. May use Pam or Teflon pan next time. May double batter?

  • Great recipe!!! I've been looking for this recipe forever. My family loves it! Works best when baked in glass pan or cast iron pan. Also, you can substitute the apples for butter, lemon and powdered sugar to make the Dutch or German versions of the pancake.

  • Thanks for your recipe Apple pancakes like Bickford's it's actually super


  • We first had a pancake like this at "The Maple House" in Birmingham, MI in the 60's. Mom copied it and has been serving it for going on 40 years. She bakes it in a cast iron skillet. Sometimes she squeezes fresh lemon juice over it then tops it with orange marmalade. For a long time it was our traditional Christmas Day breakfast. To the person who said it stuck to the aluminum pan - try a well-seasoned iron skillet or Pyrex baking dish instead.

  • I made this recipe with a few slight changes. It is delicious. I sauteed the apples, cinnamon and brown sugar for about 10 min. Then I poured the mixture into a glass pie pan sprayed with Pam. I let it set up for about 1/2 hr or so. After mixing the other ingre. I poured on top and baked. When it was done, I inverted it onto a plate. It was beautiful and slightly puffy. We used to eat this at a restaurant called Pannekuchen Huis in Bloomington, MN. Love it! Good with whipped cream or ice cream.

  • I KNOW HOW TO MAKE IT PUFF UP! FOLLOW RECIPE, BUT START COOKING ON STOVETOP.....ONCE BOTTOM IS DONE, AND IT IS FLIPPABLE, FLIP LIKE AN OMELET...THEN PUT INTO 425 OVEN....AND KEEP YOUR EYE ON IT! ;-)...much like a souffle it will fall the longer it is out of the oven, so serve quickly, or take an immediate picture to show how awesome you are

  • I have now made this many times, with no modifications. And it comes out perfect every time, maybe too perfect. When Bickford's made these they were unevenly mixed, unevenly distributed, an often burned on the edges. So, to get it more authentic, don't mix it thoroughly and overcook it slightly to get the authentic experience.

  • Made this recipe didn't turn out apples were sour and the pancake batter was hard and didn't taste right.

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