Whisk the egg and milk together, then add to the flour with the oil and gently mix in to a batter.
Add a little butter to a frying pan and then gently cook the apple for 2-3 minutes until softened.
Mix the cooked apple and cinnamon in to the batter mix.
Heat some butter or oil in a large frying pan and add spoonful of the mixture in to make the pancakes to your desired size. Cook for 3 mins each side.
Add some extra sweetness to these pancakes with a sprinkling of raisins in to the batter mix.
Try not to over mix the pancake batter, as you risk making it too dense and these pancakes really should be light and fluffy.
Make sure the pan is not too hot when you add the pancake batter, as it will burn the outside of the pancake, and leave the inside uncooked. You can test the heat of the pan with a little drop of batter first.
You will know that the pancake is ready to flip when when little bubbles start to form on top.
These are larger pancakes, however you could make mini ones that would be great for baby led weaning, especially if using grated apple. It's a great way to introduce weaning babies to spices too.
We used butter to cook the pancakes, as it does give that nice buttery flavour. However you could use a spray of oil, or wipe some oil around the pan.