Have a happy and safe Halloween Everyone! Don’t overdo it on the candy I have some tasty desserts to be featured this week!
With Halloween fast approaching, I thought I would post a recipe for caramel sauce. It will be great for all those apples. You can skip the cream to have just the caramel. But if you would like to have a nice dip for apple slices – adding the cream is the way to go!
Halloween is only 4 days away. Here is a collection of the best treats found on Pinterest.They are a great inspiration for me this year.
Now combine Mummy character and cake pops and you get this:
Are you ready for Halloween? Did you get inspired by other baker’s ideas this year?
This is what we had for breakfast today.
Our Girls loved it! And if your kids say: ” You are the best, Mom!” and your husband gives you a big smooch and says: “Every breakfast is like a Sunday breakfast in this kitchen.” – you are bound to have a great day.
We have a little tradition in our family – we make waffles and pancakes for breakfast on every Sunday morning. Yes, it’s Wednesday, but I had this recipe following me for a while now and today was the day to try it. So worth it!
The recipe I used comes from Rose Marie Donhauser’s book “Apples & Pears Favorite Recipes”. I changed it slightly. Instead of a wok, I used a medium size saucepan. Also, I didn’t add melted butter to the pancake batter.
Emperor’s Apple Pancakes
adapted from Rose Marie Donhauser’s “Apples & Pears Favorite Recipes” ( I didn’t find it available on Amazon )
2/3 cup of all-purpose flour
7 oz milk
4 1/4 tbsp butter
2 tbsp sugar + 1 tsp ground cinnamon ( mixed together in a small bowl )
makes 4 medium size puffed pancakes
Separate the eggs.
Place egg yolks in a mixing bowl. Add flour and milk. Beat together until combined.
Beat the egg whites until stiff peaks form. Gently fold into the yolks mixture.
Peel apples, cut into quarters and then slice thinly.
In a medium saucepan melt butter. Add the apples. Let cook for about 3 minutes. Sprinkle with the cinnamon and sugar mixture. Stir. Let caramelize. Pour into a bowl.
In the same saucepan, place 1/4 of your caramelized apples. Top with 1/4 of the pancake batter. Cook on medium heat, until the edges start to brown and when you shake the saucepan gently – the pancake slides easily. Flip gently to cook the other side. Repeat to make 4 pancakes.
Serve warm, sprinkled with powdered sugar.