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I made your blueberry pie and had to try this one too. I turned the heat down to 400 so the edges wouldn't burn and it worked out just fine. The apples and cinnamon had me impatiently waiting for it to get done, so I could eat dessert for breakfast! Yummy yum yum!

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Recipe Maven March 06, 2011

This was just so east to do and so yummy and the leftovers make a great breakfast with yoghurt. Mine did not get very puffy but my oven is always a bit "iffy'. Made for Cookbook tag.

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katew September 28, 2009

Left out the raisins and added walnuts. Delicious to say the least!

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SheilaCanney August 26, 2009

Made this for our breakfast this morning, but once it was baking, it was smelling like apple pie, so I served it with vanilla ice cream!!! Made for a very yummy breakfast!!! I checked mine after 16 minutes of baking and the puffed high edges were burning already, so next time, would cut back on baking time or decrease oven to 400 degrees. Thanks for sharing the recipe!! Made for PRMR.

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diner524 July 25, 2009

This is such a fun recipe! I made this on the outside gas grill. I covered my cast iron skillet with heavy duty foil and tented it to allow for the pancake to rise. On medium it took just about 25 minutes to "bake." We really enjoyed this, and it is nice to know we have another dessert recipe for camping trips! Thanks 2Bleu can't wait to try the other Johnny Jalapeno's recipes you have posted!!! Made for PRMR Tag

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kittycatmom June 25, 2009
Johnny Jalapeno's Cast-Iron Apple Pancake