Fluffy Autumn Pun-Cakes! ( Pumpkin Pancakes )

"These pumpkin pancakes are so light and fluffy! It's like eating pumpkin pie for breakfast!"
photo by Rita1652 photo by Rita1652
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photo by Rita1652 photo by Rita1652
Ready In:
12 Pancakes




  • Mix first 3 ingredients in a medium bowl.
  • Add the rest of the ingredients and mix until mostly smooth.
  • Heat a skillet over medium heat and add a tablespoon of oil to the pan.
  • Cook first side of pancake until edges are dry, and the center bubbles, then flip and cook until other side is golden brown.
  • Serve with maple syrup, fruit preserves, cinnamon butter, or for an extra special treat smother with pumpkin pie dip (Recipe#25730) and top with a cinnamon brown sugar and chopped walnut struesel topping!
  • YUM.

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  1. Nicoleg
    Love this recipe! Don't know if it matters but I have been using the Krusteaz Complete buttermilk mix and it comes out perfect! Thanks for posting.
  2. SmoochTheCook
    Made these this morning for my pumpkin loving duo and well, I didn't have evap milk so I use 8oz. low fat milk, knowing that I shouldn't. But, they did turn out nicely and got thumbs up from the gang. I will definitely make these more often when I have evaporated milk! I want to freeze a batch too. And, it did make 12, which is unusual for me...haha! Thanks!
  3. Megan Krape
    OH MY GOSH- I made these tonight (late october) at a 'brunch dinner party'.... they were an AMAZING hit- I served them with pumpkin butter, cranberry sauce, maple syrup and a brown sugar-cinnamon-walnut struddel.... it was OUT OF THIS WORLD... and so easy to just add these ingredients to a pre-made mix. WONDERFUL!!!! I was asked for the recipe from almost everyone! thanks so much-
  4. Rita1652
    Easy to make.And delish to eat. I topped with sugared walnuts,butter and syrup.
  5. Midmife2B
    These pancakes were light and fluffy, yet very filling. We put a little whipped cream on top and called it good. My eight month old son even tried some small peices. There were smiles all around.



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