Apple Spice Sheet Pan Pancakes are perfect for fall breakfast or brunch and won’t leave you standing over the griddle flipping them while everyone else eats!
Happy Halloween! I can’t believe how fast it snuck up on me. We were rushing around on Sunday getting candy and trying to find pumpkins for the front porch. I think we waited a little too long on the pumpkins because the selection wasn’t that great.
I like to wait as long as possible to get my pumpkins because keep them out through Thanksgiving. We don’t carve them so as long as they don’t freeze, they will usually last that long. It’s crazy to think that Thanksgiving is only a few weeks away and I’m sure those three weeks will fly by!
You’ll be seeing more recipes over the next couple months geared towards the holidays. There will still be everyday dinner recipes, but not as many as you’re accustomed to seeing. Recipes for appetizers, holiday side dishes, dessert and my favorite, breakfast and brunch will be in full force.
This was my first time making sheet pan pancakes and to be honest, it will be hard going back to the traditional method of flipping them one by one on my griddle. When you’re hosting a brunch or serving multiple people one of the worst things is having to stand in the kitchen like a short order cook making individual meals for everyone while they’re sitting around with their coffee or mimosa, eating and enjoying each others company. I can’t stand it and refuse to make things that require me to do that.
That meant, pancakes were off the menu, up until my discovery of sheet pan pancakes. Basically the only difference between the sheet pan version and the traditional is the way you cook them. Instead of scooping out the batter and flipping them individually, you’ll simply pour all of the batter into a rimmed, greased sheet pan and bake it for 12-15 minutes.
These Apple Spice Sheet Pan Pancakes are perfect for all of you apple lovers. The batter has a generous amount of apple pie spice, which consists of cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice, ginger and cardamom. The pancakes also use a combination of buttermilk and apple cider to add even more apple flavor.
The Apple Spice Sheet Pan Pancakes are topped with thin slices of apple, a sweet apple cider glaze and toasted pecans. The presentation is beautiful, it tastes amazing and you don’t have to stand in the kitchen making it while you’re guests are relaxing and enjoying themselves! I call that a win!
More Apple Recipes for Breakfast and Brunch
Apple Spice Sheet Pan Pancakes
Apple Cider Glaze