Apple Souffle Pancake

Hey guys,
 I'm back with another pancake recipe!  I love pancakes and I saw that National Cheese Souffle Day is coming up and my brain just kinda put 1 & 2 together to = this random food baby. That's why I love the food universe, because anything is possible. 😀

 This is a light and fluffy pancake mix inside a baked apple. SOOOO GOOD! It may have a few extra steps but its still easy to make and is impressive. I would recommend making this as a weekend brunch or Sunday morning sort of thing. Plus Don't forget a breakfast in bed for mom/wife 💗.


2 Egg Yolk
4 Egg Whites
1/4 cup Sugar
1/2 cup Milk
3/4 cup Pancake Mix
4-6 Granny Smith Apples (depending on size)
Cinnamon Sugar 

Powdered Sugar for dusting (optional)

Special Tools-

Melon baller and sharp Knife to hollow out apple. 


Separate the egg yolk from whites. 

In a bowl mix together 2 egg yolks, sugar, milk, and pancake mix. Set aside for later.

With a electric mixer beat 4 egg whites until stiff.

Add to pancake batter and gently fold in.

Cut the top off of the apples and use a melon baller to hollow out the inside, careful not to break through the skin.

Sprinkle the inside of the apple with cinnamon sugar and place on a cookie sheet.

With some extra foil I make a snake to sit around the apple to prevent it from tipping over while baking. If needed, trim a little off the bottom with a knife to help the apple sit level. 

Depending on the size of the apple fill 2/3 full with batter. Bake at 350 degrees for 15-20 minutes. Should be done when brown on top and apple is soft.

Serve with powdered sugar and syrup. Best when eaten right away while still warm. 

The apple is soft and the pancake is fluffy with the cinnamon sugar inside.......drooool. (wipes mouth) I hope you try this out and maybe make it for mom with mothers day coming up. Also, you could always make pancakes with the batter as is. its still good lol. See ya later!