Mini German Pancakes with Apple-Calvados Caramel Sauce

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  • on September 18, 2014

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    Pretty good, but a little bit too sweet

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  • on May 11, 2014

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    This was fantastic! I made it for Mother's Day Brunch, and they were a hit! They puff up so tall. I was able to keep them in the oven and keep them puffed (with the oven off) for a few minutes while I finished off the rest of the sauce and some of our other food preparations, but they do collapse quite a bit once they are out of the oven. Truly wonderful, and super easy.

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  • on December 20, 2013

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    They were very easy to make but the word, pancake, is deceiving. Tasted more like a German Custard Puff. Even when I put a portion in a fry pan that made a lovely looking pancake, it had a creamy custard taste and texture. Had to cook them much longer than 15 - 20 min to get them golden brown and cooked through. Still, they tasted just fine with the fruit compote syrup. Disclosure: used Bisquick flour mix and milk.

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  • on December 02, 2013

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    This one is a keeper. Big hit with the crowd! So easy as it all goes in the blender. I had it ready in about 40 minutes or so - not sure why it took so long for some others. The longest part is cutting and peeling the apples. I doubled the recipe as it did not yield 18-24... more like 14 if you use 1/4 cup of batter for each as the recipe dictates. Loved it - everyone ended up eating 4-5.

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  • on March 10, 2013

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    Really amazing taste and very easy - I topped with toasted walnuts as well - this whole brunch was a hit and on the table from start to finish in 2 hrs - most of the time was cooking time.

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  • on January 18, 2013

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    This was so good that I almost couldn't believe I had made it. It was easy too.

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  • on October 23, 2011

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    Excellent! I used 3 apples and instead of calvados (which I did not have I used apple cider. It was absolutely delicious and everyone devoured these little, puffy, light cakes. The apple caramel sauce is amazing and wish I had left overs to use over ice cream! Will be a keeper and will be made over and over again!

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