I saw these on Facebook and while they didn't turn out as "pretty" as they were in the video, they certainly were delicious!
Step 1: You can use any apples you choose. Our household favorite is Honey Crisp, but since they're out of season at the moment the Fujis looked wonderful, so we used those.
Step 2: Prepare your pancake batter. You only need enough for about 4 to 6 pancakes since the apple is only going to be coated in the batter and not the feature of your breakfast. I added about a teaspoon on cinnamon to my batter as well.
Step 3: Slice the apples and then cut out the core from the center.
Step 4: Dip your apple slices in the batter. I learned that I may want to thicken my batter just a tiny bit more than I normally would so that it sticks better.
Step 5: Put your coated apple slices on the preheated griddle or pan (your choice) and cook each side for roughly 2 minutes. Not only does this brown your batter, it also softens your apple slices just a bit.
Step 6 (optional): Dip the slices in a cinnamon and sugar mix. The original instructions said to use nonstick spray in your pan, which I don't typically use, but I'm guessing that might have helped the sugar adhere a lot more evenly.
Looks aside, it was a HUGE hit with the kids...