Pumpkin Pancakes

I’ve blogged about this recipe before, so if you have followed my blog for over 2 years now…you’ve probably seen it.  Seeing that covers about 2 people and both are far better cooks then me…I figured it wasn’t a big deal.  Upon searching through my archives however, I can’t find this recipe so I’ll just make this a staple post to link back too. This recipe is worth ten repeats in my mind at least. 

As bloggers, we are all obsessed with pumpkin.  Am I right?

I feel that way…I don’t make it through a full day without reading about how someone enjoys pumpkin.  I don’t say I mind though.  Next month is gingerbread…I personally like hard egg nog…

Pumpkin Pancakes

½ cup flour
1 egg
½ cup pumpkin
1 tablespoon baking powder
1 tablespoon pumpkin pie spice or cinnamon
Sweetener to taste

Cook at roughly 350 degrees.

This recipe is relatively easy.  Mix all the wet ingredients (including pumpkin) then add the flour…flip and cook.  It also works with peanut flour for a high protein breakfastI’ve made it with both.

I always have the best luck photographing these too…

The pumpkin replaces the oil and makes these quite moist and quite delicious.  I try and make them once a week so I can get my vitamin K and turn orange…therefore not having to go fake tanning (I kid).

Question for you:

1.       Do you like pumpkin?

2.       What is your favorite way to use it (feel free to link a recipe). 


  1. Hard egg nog…I like your style!

    I’m surprised I’m not orange yet from all the pumpkin I’ve been consuming this season. I swear, the pumpkin craze is bigger this year!

  2. I will definitely have to make those, love how easy the recipe is. I might even pick up some peanut flour for us because we could use the extra protein too. Thanks for sharing 🙂

  3. i just bought 4 giant cans of pumpkin because they were on sale at p chop… mmmm. i made an incredible pumpkin soup 🙂 when you come up i’ll make ya some!

  4. i actually think this week I am going to try pumpkin pancakes for dinner. I have to use a gluten free flour but i have coconut flour that should work perfectly!

  5. HARD EGG NOG!!! I cannot wait!!
    I’m just hoping San Diego has a few cool days in November so wonder I can enjoy such a holiday-ish drink! if not I will just turn up my A/C and pretend!
    I hope your monday is off to a great start!

  6. Heelllll yesss I love pumpkin, especially in my pancakes!! These look so good, I love the pumpkin pigment in the color! YUMMAYY!

  7. egg nog, cheers. 😀 I do love me some pumpkin though, these are so easy! totally making them next time I have a morning off.

  8. Such an easyyy recipe!! Mmm gingerbread. I actually just got some gingerbread pancake/waffle mix yesterday that I’m dying to try out tonight!

  9. Ok so I feel like I am doing something wrong. The batter frustrates me its dryer than what I am used to and I cant seem to get it to flatten out on the griddle and so my pancakes look like globs and not flat and nice looking like yours….

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