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Upside Down Skillet Caramelized Apple Pecan Biscuits

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Fall recipes are everywhere! These Apple Pecan Biscuits are an easy Fall recipe you can whip up in no time for breakfast or dessert.

biscuits topped with apples and pecans
Apple Pecan Breakfast Biscuits

These Apple Pecan Biscuits are a result of a cookbook search for apple recipes. I wanted something easy, and tasty with apples because I had three Honeycrisp sitting on the kitchen counter.

I came across one which inspired me to create this Upside Down Skillet Caramelized Apple Pecan Biscuits recipe.

The printable recipe is below but first, let me show you the steps in luscious pictures.

Ingredients

1 Apple (I used Honeycrisp)

1 Can 5ct. biscuits (I used Grands)

1/3 cup chopped pecans

1/4 cup brown sugar

2 Tbsp. butter

Dash Cinnamon sugar

Caramelized Apple Pecan Biscuits on a plate
Apple Pecan Breakfast Biscuits

Yes, it is a long name for this recipe, but seriously I couldn’t think of a single word to leave out!

I made it in my little iron skillet, like this one. The apples are caramelized and well, you see those luscious pecans! The bottom will become the top so that baby is upside down!

Upside Down Skillet Caramelized Apple Pecan Biscuits Ingredients. Recipe and instructions can be found at www.intelligentdomestications.com

All you need is an iron skillet, butter, a fresh apple, brown sugar, pecans, and biscuits.

Dice the apple slices for your Upside Down Skillet Caramelized Apple Pecan Biscuits.intelligentdomestications.com

Peel and cut the apple into bite-size chunks as shown above.

Place the Butter, Brown sugar, apples and pecans in the iron skillet and cook on medium high until caramelized.intelligentdomestications.com

Melt the butter in the iron skillet on medium-high heat and then add the apples. Add the brown sugar and stir until dissolved.

Now add 1/4 cup of the chopped apples and pecans to the skillet and cooking stirring often until soft and caramelized. This should take about 10-15 minutes.

Gracious goodness, those apples sure do look delicious caramelizing with the pecans!

Place the biscuit pieces on top of the caramelized mixture then top with the remaining apples

 Now place the cut-up biscuit pieces on top of the cooked apples.

Then place the remaining cut-up apples on top of the biscuit pieces. Sprinkle with Cinnamon Sugar if desired.

Bake at 325° until golden brown which should take about 12 to 18 minutes depending on your oven.

The top is about to become the bottom. All the apple pecan goodness is currently on the bottom.

inverting

Place a plate on top of the iron skillet as shown. The iron skillet will still be very hot so use caution and pot holders! Flip the plate and skillet over together.

Scrumptious Upside Down Skillet Caramelized Apple Pecan Bisuits. Head on over to intelligentdomestications.com for recipe and instructions

Fresh from the oven!

Enjoy a slice of Upside Down Skillet Caramelized Apple Pecan Biscuits.intelligentdomestications.com

Just the right amount of caramel dripping through the biscuits! My hubs loved it so much he has plans for me to make it again this weekend. That makes me smile.

Yield: 6

Apple Pecan Biscuits

biscuits topped with apples and pecans

A breakfast, dessert or brunch recipe for apple season. Caramelized apples and pecans make plain biscuits into a delectable delight. Great weekend breakfast in the Fall.

Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 18 minutes
Total Time 38 minutes

Ingredients

  • 1 medium apple (I use Honeycrisp)
  • 1 pkg. (5 ct.) canned biscuits (Grands are good)
  • 1/3 cup chopped pecans
  • 1/4 cup brown sugar
  • 2 Tbsp. Unsalted butter
  • Dash of cinnamon sugar

Instructions

  1. Melt the butter in a small iron skillet at medium-high heat.
  2. Add in the brown sugar and stir until dissolved.
  3. Then add all but about ¼ cup of the chopped apples. Stir often and cook until the apples are soft and caramelized which will take about 10-15 minutes.
  4. Remove from heat and place the cut-up biscuits and remaining apple pieces on top of the caramelized apple mixture.
  5. Sprinkle with Cinnamon Sugar and bake at 325° until golden brown, about 12-18 minutes. (oven temperatures vary, check often)
  6. Remove from oven and cool for a few minutes before inverting.
  7. Place your serving plate on top of the iron skillet covering the bread. Carefully, using pot holders as the skillet is very hot, flip the skillet over with the plate. Now the caramelized bottom is the top!
  8. Serve and enjoy!

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15 Comments

  1. Caramelized apples are the best! Thanks for sharing your fabulous recipe with us this week at Foodie Fridays. Hope to see you again this week. I’m sure you’ll be cooking up something delicious!
    Blessings,
    Shari

  2. Oh my, Shirley! I am so hoping I have all the ingredients to make this or else I’ll have to go to the grocery. Looks so good with all the perfect ingredients!!!

  3. Wow! Good thing I don’t have this made right now. I’d eat the whole thing and no one would be the wiser. LOL!!

    Pinned it.

    Would love it if you’d stop by Wonderful Wednesday Blog Hop on Ducks ‘n a Row sometime to share this.

    1. That’s funny because I ate the last piece and THEN asked my hubs if he was disappointed when I did it 🙂 He said, “I had plans for that which included a big glass of milk!” 🙂

  4. Love it! I’ve made cinnamon rolls this way, but this recipe takes it over the top. Honey crisp are my fave apples. I recently made apple butter with them for my fall hostess gift post.

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