Salted Caramel Apple Pancakes – A delectable and very easy way to serve your pancakes for weekend breakfast, dessert or for Shrove Tuesday (Pancake Day) Use my basic pancake batter for this recipe.
For Pancake Day
Today’s recipe for Salted Caramel Apple Pancakes is the last recipe as part of my recent collaboration with Bonne Maman and their Colour your Crêpe activity – however, I will be sharing some pancake styling tips and recipe ideas on my Instagram and Facebook pages, so do pop over to one (or both) of them to see later today and on Monday, the day before Pancake Day. Today’s recipe is an indulgent but easy recipe to make using their delectable Salted Caramel, which I must admit to being a little addicted to! This smooth caramel spread is made with condensed milk and sea salt from Guérande, for that lovely salty sweetness that is very popular.
There’s a wonderful alchemy about combining apples with caramel – think of Toffee Apples that are enjoyed on Bonfire Night and for Halloween. These apples are poached this time, and are the piled into freshly made pancakes with swathes of creme fraiche and spoonfuls of salted caramel spread…..for a more sedate but equally indulgent way of combining caramel and apples! This way of serving pancakes would be a fabulous treat for all the family for a lazy and leisurely weekend breakfast or brunch. Or, how about surprising your guests with this for a blow out dinner party dessert?! And of course, let’s not forget Pancake Day, or Shrove Tuesday as I was brought up calling it, which is only three days ago now.
Today’s delicious recipe for Salted Caramel Apple Pancakes is shared below, and you can see my previous three pancake and crêpe recipes here:
That’s all for today, don’t forget to see my pancake styling tips and ideas on Instagram and Facebook. I’ve also shared a video from Bonne Maman for Colour your Crêpe below. See you soon with more seasonal recipe ideas as well as lots of new travel news, Karen
*Disclaimer: Paid collaborative post with Bonne Maman – I have free editorial and all views are my own*