Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Recipe: Pumpkin Pancakes

Pumpkin Pancakes

1 cup complete pancake mix, just add water
1 cup water
1/3 cup canned pumpkin pie mix

In medium bowl, combine all ingredients.  Stir until batter is slightly lumpy.  In lightly greased skillet, pour 1/4 cup batter.  Cook until bubbles appear on top of pancake and bottom of pancake is golden brown. Turn pancake over and cook until golden brown.  Makes 6 to 7 pancakes.

I hate to toss out unused ingredients, so when I found myself with leftover pumpkin pie mix, I knew just what I was going to do with it.  Bo, from Bo's Bowl, recently posted a pumpkin waffle recipe, and I fell in love with the idea.  I have to confess, that I do not own a waffle iron, so I decided to make pancakes.  It took a couple of batches to get the consistency and taste that I wanted, but in the end, my family loved the pancakes.

I know, it is the second Tuesday that I posted a recipe instead of a tip again, but I went a little crazy with the pumpkin recipes this year, and I have a bunch of them in draft waiting to be posted on my blog.  I decided since it is the last day of November, I would slip one more pumpkin recipe in on you, the other recipes will have to wait until nest year.

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  1. Ellerinize sağlık, çok leziz ve iştah açıcı görünüyor.


  2. Love these kinds of recipes! It looks so festive too!

  3. Love this idea! What time is breakfast? Yum!!!

  4. Pumpkin pancakes sounds great. This would be perfect for breakfast. Quick and yummy! Thanks for sharing.

  5. delicious addition of pumpkins yummy breakfast

  6. Just wanted to tell you that I did make the 'No-Cook Pumpkin Pie," and it was easy and delicious. Very light and extremly smooth. One that I will certainly use again and recommend.

  7. I have yet to make pumpkin pancakes...I have one last can and this is calling my name.

  8. They look great! I love the styling of your photo too!

  9. Yum!! Those look delicious! I think Bo is great too. Glad you tweaked his recipe - I like pancakes more than waffles!

  10. oh jees' ... Now I am never going to get back to my pre halloween wieght. ; )
    These look down right sinfull.
    have a great friday

  11. Love this! I do it all the time with plain canned pumpkin and add in the spices, etc only because I usually have it on hand. I could eat pumpkin pancakes winter, spring, summer and fall!

  12. Oh Yum! Two of my favorite things....