Apple and Raisin Pancakes

I’m not sure whether to call this breakfast or a snack, because I eat them both ways, but I sure do like them! I started making these for myself when I was doing the GAPS diet, but I keep making them because they’re good 🙂

Apple and Raisin Pancakes

1 apple, peeled
2 Tbsp. almond flour (or big spoonful of almond butter)
2 eggs
Pinch of salt (approx. 1/8 tsp.)
Small handful of raisins

1. Place a sieve over a bowl and grate the apple into the sieve. Using your hand, squeeze the juice out of the grated apple.* The juice will collect in the bowl. Drink the juice 🙂
2. Tip the grated apple out of the sieve, into the bowl.
3. Add the almond flour, eggs, salt and raisins.
4. Mix well.
5. Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper. Place spoonfuls of mixture onto the parchment paper.
7. Bake at 350F for 10 minutes on one side, then 6 minutes on other side. Alternatively you could fry these on a skillet, but they’re rather delicate and I don’t have the patience 🙂

*Note: I find that if I don’t squeeze the juice out of the apple then the mixture becomes too watery.

I love to eat these with a dollop of yogurt, sour cream or creme fraiche!

Linking to: Fight Back Friday @ Food Renegade, Freaky Friday @ Real Food FreaksFriday Food Flicks @ Traditional FoodsSunday School @ Butter BelieverMonday Mania @ Healthy Home EconomistHomestead Barnhop @ The Prairie HomesteadMake Your Own MondaysFull Plate Thursdays @ Miz Helen’s, Simple Lives Thursday @ GNOWFGLINSPennywise Platter Thursdays @ Nourishing GourmetSuperfood Carnival @ Painfree Pregnancy

 

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24 Comment

  1. Those do look yummy. I’m going to have to add them to my Must-Make List

    1. Debbie says: Reply

      Thanks Laureen! I hope you enjoy them!

      1. Hi Debbie, I just love your Apple and Raisin Pancakes! I’ve made them several times and featured them in my recipe round up this week. Have a great day!

        1. Debbie says: Reply

          Thank you for letting me know, I’m so glad you enjoyed them!

  2. Thanks for sharing this recipe! I can’t wait to try it!

    1. Debbie says: Reply

      Thanks Jesalynn, I hope you like it!

  3. Hi Debbie,
    Thanks for commenting on our Easy Greek Lentil Soup recipe 🙂
    Came over to see your site.
    Easy…natural…foods? Perfect!

    I’ve added your blog carnival to my Linky Party List Sorted By Day – which you can find here:
    http://www.cookingatcafed.com/2011/09/linky-parties-where-you-can-find-me.html

    I’ll stop by on Sunday to add the soup like you suggested – and I’ll be by other days to find out your simple and healthy recipes.

    Glad you commented! You can also find up on FB, T, P, G+, etc.
    ~ Dana
    Cooking at Cafe D

    1. Debbie says: Reply

      Hi Dana, I’ll be sure to stop by your site again too! Look forward to seeing you on Sunday 🙂

  4. Beth says: Reply

    We’re getting apples today and this is first on my list to make!

    1. Debbie says: Reply

      Perfect! Let me know how it turns out!

  5. These look tasty! Added them to my list to try! Love that they are GAPS friendly!!

    1. Debbie says: Reply

      Thanks Kristina!

  6. Hi Debbie,
    I just love the apple and raisin combination for your pancake, it looks great! Hope you are having a great week end and thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
    Happy St. Patrick’s Day!
    Miz Helen

  7. Dona says: Reply

    They look delicious but I have a couple of questions. First, how many pancakes/cookies does the recipe make? Second, can a person use any other type of flour, I don’t have almond flour. Thank you. 🙂

    1. Debbie says: Reply

      Gosh, I can’t remember exactly! I’m estimating between 12-15 pancakes (about 2.5-3 inches in diameter). All I know is that I’m capable of eating them all in one sitting (but that’s being a little piggy!) Regarding the flour, I haven’t tried with any other type of flour. I’ve made them with almond butter which also works well if you have that. Otherwise all I can suggest is try it out and see. Let me know how it goes!

  8. Kristi says: Reply

    These look absolutely wonderful and healthy. They would be perfect for pregnant and breastfeeding mothers. Would you be willing to post this to my pregnancy and breastfeeding superfood blog carnival, superfood sundays?

    http://www.painfreepregnancy.org/2012/03/superfood-sunday-fourth-edition-march.html

    Thanks!!

  9. Thank you for your submission on Nourishing Treasures’ Make Your Own! Monday link-up.

    Check back later tonight when the new link-up is running to see if you were one of the top 3 featured posts! 🙂

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