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Pumpkin Spice Pancakes

Pumpkin Spice PancakesYou haven’t seen the last of my fall pumpkin addiction.  Dare I say I’m just getting started?  ;)  A few weeks ago I had some friends over for these pumpkin waffles that I love, but then the other morning I had that pumpkin craving once again (surprise surprise!) and didn’t have enough time to make the waffles.  I quickly dug out this recipe I bookmarked a while back for pumpkin spice pancakes.  Mmmmm.  I could just sum it up at that!

These pancakes are exactly what I’ve been desiring…plump and perfect.  The batter is thick, which enables me to make a more proportionally round patty since it doesn’t spread while on the griddle.  I will say that the cinnamon sugar sprinkled on top is essential.  Pour on some maple syrup, take a bite, and you might just think you’re already in heaven.

Pumpkin Spice Pancakes

Printable Recipe

Yield:  6-7 pancakes

1¼ cups all-purpose flour
2 tbsp. brown sugar
2 tsp. baking powder
¼ tsp. salt
¾ tsp. ground cinnamon
¼ tsp. ground nutmeg
Dash of ground ginger
Dash of ground cloves
1 cup milk
½ cup pumpkin puree
1 large egg
2 tbsp. vegetable oil or melted butter

Preheat the oven to 200˚F.  Set aside a baking sheet or oven safe serving platter.

Whisk together the flour, sugar, baking powder, salt and spices in a medium bowl.  Make sure to blot out any chunks of brown sugar.  In a separate small bowl, combine the milk, pumpkin, egg and oil or butter.  Stir into the dry ingredients and mix until just combined.  The batter may still be lumpy.

Heat a greased skillet or griddle over medium heat (325˚F for the griddle).  Pour the batter on the griddle or skillet in 1/3 cup portions.  Use the back of the spoon or measuring cup to smooth the batter into desired circle shape.  When bubbles start forming on the top, carefully use a spatula to flip to the other side.  Let cook for a few more minutes until golden brown.  Transfer the pancakes to the baking sheet or oven safe platter; place in the oven to keep warm until serving.  Repeat with the rest of the batter until it has all been cooked, regreasing the pan as needed.  Serve with cinnamon sugar, maple syrup, and/or whipped cream.

Source:  Annie’s Eats, adapted from Joy the Baker, originally from Martha Stewart

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Comments

  1. I love your pumpkin addiction! Keep the recipes coming. :) I made your pumpkin scones a few days ago and they were wonderful. These pancakes look delcious too.

  2. Your photos are so perfect and beautiful, Nikki. You have a great eye! I’ve never done anything “different” with my pancakes, but this is an awesome recipe I’m going to pocket for some morning soon. Thanks for sharing!

  3. pumpkin can not get old, especially if it isn’t even thanksgiving yet:-)

  4. Holy pumpkin these look amazing!!

  5. Yum! I wasn’t expecting to read the list of spices in the pancake so now I can’t wait to make these. :)

  6. I really want to try these soon! Pumpkin goes so well with bread type things!

  7. Such a gorgeous picture and delicious looking pancakes!

  8. I’m loving all of your pumpkin recipes!

  9. Can you save some of the batter for another day?

  10. These are SO DELICIOUS! I can’t get over how good they are haha! I made them this morning for breakfast and will be posting on my blog soon.

    Thanks for your amazing recipes! :)

    -Marissa
    http://noraisinsonmyparade.com

  11. Hi there,

    I made this recipe this weekend and they were DELICIOUS! Just posted about them on my blog:

    http://www.noraisinsonmyparade.com/2010/10/amazing-pumpkin-spice-pancakes-and.html

    Thanks for the recipe!!! :)

    Marissa

  12. I’m excited to see that 2 people made them and have rave reviews-we are making them tomorrow and I can’t wait!

  13. Hi Nikki – I made these this morning and they were SO delicious! My husband and I both loved them. If you don’t mind, I might post about them on my blog, with credit to you of course. Thanks for the awesome recipe! This was my first pumpkin pancake, but it won’t be my last!

  14. Hi again, Nikki – I just wrote a post about them this morning. Here it is:
    http://comfortofcooking.blogspot.com/2010/11/pumpkin-spice-pancakes.html

    Thanks again for the wonderful recipe. They were really tasty, and I’m sure I’ll be making them again this weekend with my leftover pumpkin puree! :)

  15. I posted a link on my site to your site regarding the pumpkin pancakes. They are delicious and we eat them quite often. Thanks for a great recipe.

  16. YUM!! I love pumpkin spice pancakes and your breakfast for dinner post on FB is making me crave them!

  17. I think I may suprise my hubby with these Saturday morning. He loves everything pumpkin!

  18. Heidelind says:

    I just made these for breakfast and they were a huge hit:) It’s few and far between that I see my toddler eat with such relish! I used a ghost shaped cookie cutter to make ghost pancakes just for fun:)

  19. Oh wow! I just tried these today and they came out oh so delicious! They had just the right amount of spice, but didn’t over power the pumpkin. I will be making these again. Soon. :)

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