Deliciousness

Easy Pumpkin Pancakes

Last weekend, I woke up desperate for some pumpkin pancakes.  I started googling recipes and much to my dismay, they all required egg.  I am not an egg girl, and only keep them in the house when I am baking something, so none of these recipes would work for me.  Instead, I decided to do a little doctoring of my Aunt Jemima Complete (the super duper lazy kind) by adding some pumpkin and a tad bit of spice.  Although probably not as delicious as the kind made from scratch, I found these pumpkin pancakes were really quite good.

Very Complicated Recipe:

– 2 cups Aunt Jemima Complete

– 1 1/2 cups water

– 2/3 cups canned pumpkin (I used Libby’s)

– 1/2 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice

– 1 teaspoon vanilla extract

– 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon

Mix ingredients.  Heat lightly greased griddle on medium-low.  Pour batter onto griddle into pancake-portions, I usually use 1/4 cup.  Flip when batter on the top side of the pancake starts to bubble.

I like my pancakes really sweet (usually with chocolate chips), so I would recommend syrup or at least some cinnamon and sugar.

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Megan

    Yum! Great pics Bean. Excellent spice additions.

  2. Kat Dawg

    I actually consider myself a pumpkin expert and these were the best pumpkin pancakes I have ever had; and I’ve had some pumpkin pancakes.

  3. Brynn Renné {chartreuse & a twist}

    Delicious! These look amazing, Colleen 🙂 Pumpkin spiced pancakes are my favorite this time of year! I love to use Trader Joe’s whole grain pancake mix & then throw in a little extra oats along with the pumpkin pureé & spices…mmm…hearty, scrumptious pumpkin pancakes!

  4. Brynn Renné {chartreuse & a twist}

    Delicious! These look amazing, Colleen 🙂 Pumpkin spiced pancakes are my favorite this time of year! I love to use Trader Joe’s whole grain pancake mix & then throw in a little extra oats along with the pumpkin pureé & spices…mmm…hearty, scrumptious pumpkin pancakes! XO Brynn

  5. Stephanie

    I like using buttermilk instead of water or milk when I make pancakes. They are lighter and fluf up more. These sound great

  6. Lindsey @ be pretty

    How delicious… i love pumpkin EVERYTHING… I’ve been making a pumpkin smoothie lately and I love how healthy it is! 🙂