Apple Pie German Pancakes with Lucky Leaf Pie Filling

One of my favorite products from Lucky Leaf is their pie filling. It tastes like no other pie filling I’ve ever tried. It is delicious!
My husband LOVES breakfast food so I decided to try a recipe that includes both pie filling and breakfast.  I came up with Apple Pie German pancakes and they taste amazing!

Serves: 4-6

Apple Pie German Pancakes with Lucky Leaf Pie Filling

10 minPrep Time

30 minCook Time

40 minTotal Time

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Ingredients

  • 4 eggs
  • 1/2 cup milk
  • 1/2 cup LUCKY LEAF® Premium Apple Pie Filling
  • 1 cup flour
  • ¼ t salt
  • ¼ c butter
  • ½ tsp cinnamon

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 425.  Spray a 9x9 pan with non stick spray. Spread the Lucky Leaf Pie Filling, butter, and cinnamon in 9x9 baking dish and set in oven while it heats up. 
  2. Blend eggs with a whisk, mix in milk.  Whisk in flour and salt.  When oven is ready, pour mixture over Apple Pie Filling and bake for 15 min.
  3. Reduce heat to 350 and bake 15 min more.
  4. Let cool slightly before serving with powdered sugar and syrup.
Cuisine: German | Recipe Type: Main Dish
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10 Responses to “Apple Pie German Pancakes with Lucky Leaf Pie Filling”

  1. Brenda Clark
    Have not tried this yet, but love your Blog and website. My question here is that in the long version of the recipe there is no mention of a fresh sliced apple but in the shortened version, it is listed as an ingredient. Is it for garnish or am I supposed to put it in with the apple pie filling when I bake this or what? Am I only using half of the Lucky Leaf Filling or the whole can?
    • Sorry about the confusion. We made the corrections to the recipe. We did not use an apple peeled and sliced. We only used the Lucky Leaf filling. The recipe calls for 1/2 cup. You could add a little extra if you like it gooey.
  2. Candyce Reed
    This recipe was a little confusing . 1 spot says use 1/2 cup pie filling & the next place says something about an Apple. I used a whole can of Lucky Leaf Apple pie filling . I added 1/8th tsp baking powder & 1/4th tsp vanilla. It was very good and easy to make. My husband said a nice surprise for Breakfast.
    • Sorry about the confusion. We made the corrections to the recipe. We did not use an apple peeled and sliced. We only used the Lucky Leaf filling. The recipe calls for 1/2 cup. You could add a little extra if you like it gooey.
  3. Annie Rowan
    I found that the 4 eggs was a little much...to me, there was too much of an egg taste. It didn't have a pancake taste, more of a sweet egg bread taste. If you use half a cup of apple pie filling it would be somewhat dry...I used the whole can of pie filling and cut up the apple slices. With some minor adjustments this recipe will be really good... I found that the Apple flavored pancake syrup compliments this dish quite well.
  4. Bobbie
    I this last night,and it was awful.I followed the recipe exactly,using all purpose flour,but I am pretty sure baking powder should have been included.....the "pancake" was very,very heavy and stodgy.Next time,I'll be using my own fail safe fluffy pancake recipie which only has ONE egg.Can't believe I wasted 4 of my free range organic eggs on this-so disappointed :(

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