Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 5 mins

I make a double batch and freeze them, then all I have to do is nuke them. SOURCE: "Beyond the Moon" cookbook by Ginny Callan.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Stir (and sift) together all the dry ingredients in a medium size bowl.
  2. In another bowl, beat the eggs with the pumpkin & vanilla. Beat in the milk & oil until smooth. Add to flour mixture.
  3. Cook as usual!
  4. These smelled *wonderful* while cooking -- like Christmas!
  5. **Freezes Well** I am not really sure on the cooking time or the serving size, so I guessed. But figure what you would usually make for pancakes.


Most Helpful

I made these using all-purpose flour, less cinnamon (I only had what I could grate myself,) more nutmeg, and skim milk. They were easy to mix and cook, but I found that the batter was a little thick. The pancakes weren't cooking all the way through, and the heat was such that they should've been cooking gradually without burning. I tried thinning out the batter with a little milk, but even the thin pancakes didn't cook beyond the edges. At least the parts that cooked tasted fine...

stars1012 August 30, 2009

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