Some people express their creativity through painting, some through writing. I on the other hand like to display it in my pancakes. Nothing makes me happier than a thick stack of pancakes topped with something yummy and a messy nut butter drizzle all over the plate.

I’ve been experimenting with all kinds of fall pancakes and last week I stumbled across quite possibly the best and most simple one yet. Cinnamon Apple Pancakes.

All I did was toss some cinnamon into a batch of Simple Mills Almond Flour Pancake mix and it was SO BOMB. Technically you could use whatever pancake mix you have, but something about this batch is the perfect consistency.

What really puts this dish over the top is the CINNAMON APPLES ON TOP. I make this cinnamon apples ALL the time during fall because they’re so easy!!! I top my oatmeal with them, my pancakes, and sometimes just eat them straight out of a bowl because they are that good.

All you do is toss some chopped apples in some cinnamon and brown sugar and then sauté them in coconut oil until they’re soft. BOOM. Thank me later.

If I’m being honest, my favorite part about making pancakes are these gorgeous yellow skillets. I just got them from Tuxton Home and I can’t stop staring at them. They are so beautiful and have a hint of sparkle in them. They come in so many different colors (including black) and seriously are the nicest non stick skillets I’ve ever owned.

They were so kind to give me a code if you wanted to get some for 20% off! You can use NICOLE20 through Dec 31, 2020 at checkout for anything at Tuxton Home! (This would be a great christmas present so just casually send your man this link wink wink)

Call me crazy but having colorful skillets makes me want to use them more and I’m not mad about it. are you like that?!

One last thing I’ll leave you with is something I’ve been learning a lot this month. I’ve been known the buzz through life at a really fast pace and skip over some really amazing things because I’m so concerned about keeping up and moving on to the next thing but God has really been teaching me to slow down and celebrate all that’s happened.

As the season changes I’m trying to be much more aware of the small things, the blessings and things worth celebrating, because if you stop for long enough to see them, they’re everywhere. Instead of worrying about all the things I have to do and what’s coming next, I’m going to spend that time and energy celebrating all God has done because I trust if He didn’t fail me then, He won’t fail me now.

I hope you’re having a wonderful and peaceful fall. Can’t wait to share more recipes and pockets of my life with you! Thanks for being here!

xx Nicole

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