In a nonstick pan combine chopped apples, maple syrup
and cinnamon powder. Cook for 3-4 minutes until apples are semi soft. Turn off
the flame and let it cool down.
In the meanwhile, soak flax meal in water and
keep it aside.
In a mixing bowl combine flour, baking powder
and salt. Mix and keep it aside.
Now, in the blender combine cooked apples,
peanut butter and ¼ cup almond milk. Blend it smooth.
Thereafter, mix in the blended apples, soaked
flax meal and the remaining milk to the flour. Whip it well. The batter would be
thick and sticky almost like a cake batter.
Heat, a griddle/pan and grease it.
With the help of an ice cream scoop pour the
batter onto the warm griddle and spread it gently into a small round shape just
like a pancake shape. When half done top it with few sliced apples. When the
bottom of the pancakes starts browning gently flip over with the help of the
spatula making sure that the sliced apples do not fall of the pancakes. After
flipping cook the pancake by pressing it gently with the spatula so that it
cooks through inside. Cook until light brown.
Repeat the above step for the rest of the batter.
Dust the pancakes with vanilla powder and/or maple syrup and serve immediately.