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Hope everyone has been FALL-ing right 😉 Brian and I went to The Big Apple Farm last weekend in Wrentham, MA and we had the best time! We got a bunch of juicy apples, old fashioned donuts (SO MUCH YES!), sipped on yummy cider, and peanut butter/chocolate fudge (okay idk how ppl eat this, I had one bite of his and I was DONE!).
Ever since I moved to the east coast, I’ve been all about fall. Back home in LA, fall only meant cute-wannabe-coats-for-70-degree-weather. Now, it literally means doing all the fall things I’ve seen in movies and the media! I remember this bucketlist I made in 2016 when I was still in LA, and then shared these tips last year. It’s funny how things have only slightly changed.
Last year when both Laurens and I went apple picking at Honey Pot Hill in Stow, MA, we went for the experience. After all, it was our first time doing NE fall since the first year was brutally challenging as far as grad school goes. While we had fun picking all those apples, we didn’t know what to do with them besides make apple crisp!!! So off we went making apple crisp and then just eating them every single day LOL
This time around, Brian said no to apple crisp and decided to make us some apple cinnamon pancakes instead. Super yummy and on brand with the season, so I was all in!
We first mixed 1 cup of pancake mix with 1 tbsp of oil and one cup of milk for the batter. Then, we chopped up some apples, added some brown sugar, and butter.
Then we put the apple mix in a pan and let it simmer on low until the apples are soft!
We used a griddle pan to make our pancakes!
After our pancakes were done, we garnished them with the cinnamon apples we left on low heat simmering.
This was one of my favorite pancakes so far! The apples added a nice soft crunch and flavor, so give this a try when you’re looking for what to do with your apples!
Have a wonderful fall!!