1) In a small bowl, whisk powdered milk and water. Keep aside.
2) In another bowl, reconstitute egg powder and keep aside.
3) Grease an 8 inchx8inch baking dish. Preheat oven to 400 degrees F.
4) In a sauté pan, heat butter and add apple chips.
5) Add brown sugar and let it cook for few minutes.
6) In a food processor container, add milk, egg, flour, sugar, cinnamon and vanilla and blend until incorporated for about a minute.
7) Once the apples are cooked, pour them in the baking dish. Spread them evenly.
8) Sprinkle some brown sugar over the apples and then pour the batter.
9) Bake the pancake for 20 minutes at 400 degrees.
10) Serve the apple puff pancake with maple syrup and powdered sugar immediately.
How much do you love experimenting when it comes to cooking? Cooking adventures are often fun, especially when cooking for family or with family. Here is a German pancake recipe, apt for Saturday or Sunday morning breakfast or brunch.