When I started making pancakes a few weeks ago, I became intrigued by all the types of pancakes that may exist, wanting to learn more about how they were all made.

German pancakes, Apfelpfannkuchen, are more like crepes than pancakes. With only three or four ingredients, these simple creations taste delicious and are puffy and hot. They are traditionally served with just maple syrup and powdered sugar, as the flavour from the pancake is so great in itself! But I added some berries and almond butter and cinnamon to mine this morning. Cooked with love– and my own dairy-free version! Enjoy!

Cassie’s German Pancake (for one person)


1/4 cup oat flour (or any flour)

1 egg

1/4 cup almond milk (or any milk)

pinch salt


1. Preheat oven to 425 degrees.

2. In a blender, combine flour and egg until consistent. Add milk and salt, and blend a few more seconds.

3. Pour mixture into a small, rounded dish. Bake in preheated oven about 15-20 minutes, or until puffed up and golden. 

Serve with just a dusting of powdered sugar and maple syrup, and any add-ins your heart desires!

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Welcome! Ever since I was a little girl I have wanted to own a blog, and I created this one to inspire others and help myself. I am a passionate twenty something-year old woman with a love of cooking, tap dancing, and meeting new people-- and of course, primarily an intention to die to my human self and seek God with my whole being. I will eat anything with peanut butter and love spontaneity. I aim to live life in submission to what Christ has for me. I'm currently studying Christian Theology and English at Wilfrid Laurier University in Ontario, Canada.

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