Pancakes are a popular breakfast item in the United States, and quite possibly all over the world! We even have a day to celebrate pancakes. National Pancake Day was celebrated last week, and MANY were devoured. The variety of pancakes you can try is beyond crazy. It is fun to see what others like topped on their pancakes, so many choices, so little time. Today, here is a recipe to definitely add to you list of must haves, Browned Butter Applesauce Pancakes!
Here is a little crazy info to share, these pancakes are sugar free, diabetic friendly, full of protein and fiber……AND still holy cats delicious! My hubby who has not always been a huge fan of whole wheat and oats, really enjoyed this recipe! I don’t know about you, but that is one perfect review to this yummy recipe! The pancakes are so hearty, and really filling. We were full for several hours….well my family was, I need to eat about every two to three hours. 🙂
Since I was a wee-one, my favorite toppings on my pancakes was butter and applesauce. What are you favorite toppings to add to your pancakes? This recipe is not only delicious with toppings, they are fun to eat plain. What a perfect snack idea for my travels for work each day! The pancakes provide fat, protein, fiber, and calcium, which would be a perfect pick-me-up midday snack.
If you love apples as much as I do, you could dice up apples and add them to this fun recipe! Again, just like I shared here, you can change up any recipe, make it sweeter, or use your favorite flour….have fun!
Here is another pancake recipe I made awhile ago, Big Stack Of Passion Pancakes. They include passion fruit Chobani Greek yogurt, and are beyond delicious!
10 minPrep Time
15 minCook Time
25 minTotal Time
In small bowl, mix together whole wheat flour, old fashioned oats, baking soda, and cinnamon.
In medium bowl, mix together palm sugar, eggs, applesauce, almond milk, and vanilla extract.
Mix the wet and dry ingredients together, sit aside.
In small sauce pan over medium low heat, add two sticks of butter and let the butter melt down. Stay close to the pan and once butter is melted, move melted butter around in pan to keep it moving, it will slowly turn brown, once golden brown take off burner and pour in the pancake batter, mix the batter together well.
In a flat pan, set stove to medium, coat bottom of pan with oil or butter, pour 1/3 of cup of batter in pan, let first side cook for about 2-3 minutes or until top of pancake starts to look dull in appearance, flip to second side and let cook for about 2-3 minutes.
1. The two sticks of butter may seem like a lot, but while melting the butter some of it will evaporate in the cooking process. 2. The pancakes are very filling, you could use 1/4 cup batter for smaller pancakes.