13 Reviews

This was really good with some easy modifications. I wanted a more definitive pumpkin flavor so I doubled the amount of pumpkin and decreased the milk. I also used pumpkin pie spice and since I had doubled the pumpkin I doubled that as well. Came out very nicely.

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FLhazel October 13, 2010

We really like this recipe! Made a few changes: doubled pumpkin to 1 cup; used 2 1/2 Tbsp brown sugar instead of white; doubled spices; used little bit of real butter in skillet; used skillet at medium/med-low because they were browning too fast before insides cooked. Kids each ate 4 pancakes! (Made about 16 or so.) Thanks for the recipe!

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chagn517 August 20, 2011

I had little time and extra homemade bisquick mix so I made a double batch of these. Very good and comparable to our favorite Copycat recipe for pumpkin pancakes. Thanks for posting this much quicker version!

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BetterOffBread March 21, 2007

I made this once so far and loved it,I saved it as well.Thank you for posting.I made both pancakes and waffles with this and both were great! I hardly ever eat let alone make pancakes or waffles but that will change now.

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mikeymadi January 21, 2014

Very tasty and super fluffy. As others suggested, I doubled the amount of pumpkin. Also added a handful of pecans to batter. Could have used more sugar, but I'm a sugar addict. Will definitely add this to my breakfast recipe folder.

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Emmaleth November 06, 2011

I made this recipe exactly as described. My family members flocked to the table, just based on the pumpkin pie aroma throughout the house. The pancakes were amazing!! The spices were just right, and the texture was perfect. I served this with turkey bacon and real maple syrup...will definitely make this again!!

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mikkishelles November 06, 2011

Yum, yum.
I used reduced-fat Bisquick, and based on previous reviews, I doubled the pumpkin. The batter is very thick %u2014 thicker than usual pancake batter %u2014 but these cook up fluffy and moist. I didn't make the syrup and used regular maple syrup. My toddler, husband & I enjoyed them very much and I'll make them again.

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newspapergal October 19, 2010

A very good recipe! I had to add more Bisquick because the batter seemed very runny. That made the pancakes taste more floury then we would like. I blame that on our taste buds though...we don't normally use Bisquick. Thanks for a great idea for leftover pumpkin.

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Buffalo Gal 75 January 18, 2010

these are easy and really good! I made a batch for my office on "thanksgiving eve"- would be great paired with cranberry preserves & turkey backon as well!

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LanaElise81 November 25, 2009

My kids and their friends loved these pancakes! I wanted to use up all my leftover pumpkin so I used more --about 1/2 to 2/3 cup total. My first pancakes had a hard time cooking in the middle so I made sure to spread the batter out a bit and then they were fine. Thanks for posting!

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Tippy Brahms November 17, 2009
Spicy Pumpkin Pancakes- Bisquick