Total Time
Prep 20 mins
Cook 30 mins

A personal favorite of mine to make on a chilly autumn day. They really have a nice pumpkin taste, and it uses a whole can of pumpkin, which makes it perfect for freezing.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. In large mixing bowl, whisk together flours, baking powder, baking soda, spices, and salt until thoroughly combined.
  2. In second bowl, whisk together pumpkin, milk, sugar, vanilla and oil until thoroughly combined.
  3. Pour wet ingredients into dry, and mix just until integrated. (leaving a few lumps is a good idea).
  4. Pour batter by 1/4 cup onto a griddle at low-medium heat, and let cook three minutes or until edges are set.
  5. Flip, and allow to cook for two more minutes.


Most Helpful

everyone loved it! They were standing around the griddle for the next batch to be done! I thought there was a little too much nutmeg (that's all I could taste) but otherwise, we're making this a regular. We didn't put butter or syrup on, just whipped cream. Delicious!

rainbow.rubatino January 11, 2009

I loved the flavor in these, with all the spices and pumpkin, but I, too, found the batter to be too thick. I thinned it out with more milk, but I think an egg is needed in the batter (I halved the recipe, so maybe 2 eggs in the whole recipe). I think that might make them lighter. Mine were also a bit mushy inside. Made for Fall 2008 PAC.

Outta Here September 28, 2008

These were just okay for me. I liked that they used a lot of pumpkin, but maybe that's what did them in. They were really mushy in the middle even with a lot more cooking time than instructed. The batter was really thick, but I just went with it. After the first couple of rounds and they were still damp in the middle, I thinned out the batter some with more milk to see if that would help. This resulted in a thinner pancake that was still mushy inside. Just didn't like that raw-ish texture. The taste was good though and my 14 mo. old ate them - the mushier texture was probably better for him. :)

SuzyQ in Seattle October 21, 2007

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